U.N. says west of Central African Republic 'cleansed' of Muslims

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stevie68a wrote:

How can anyone have doubt that religion is dangerous and deadly? This delusion continues
to wreak havoc on innocent people.
We are in a New Age, and religion is part of the old. Put these gods in the dustbin of all the
others throughout history.

Mar 06, 2014 2:40pm EST  --  Report as abuse
Zymbat wrote:

Very sad, Africa, sad! Why so much hatred.

Guys, on a serious note, we need to focus on the final frontier, space exploration, and stop fighting about religion. How can you fight about something that cannot be proven. Wow, how dumb are humans. I respect that people want views, but honestly, to kill and fight over it, very dumb.

Mar 07, 2014 1:09am EST  --  Report as abuse
SKYDRIFTER wrote:

Hmmm. If the Muslims have been driven out, what “peace” is there to keep?

It would make more sense for the UN sending in troops to release the Palestinians behind the walls of Gaza and the West Bank.

Mar 07, 2014 3:04am EST  --  Report as abuse
EvelinaD wrote:

People in the Central African Republic are not fighting over beliefs; one group had enough of being oppressed by another, and this happens the world over, which is most often than not, based on power, land and resources. The world and its issues are not as simplistic as “religion=chaos”. Consequently, when coups, or revolutions take place, herd mentality ensues: those who were once neighbors and friends, turn on each other, because they believe it’s the only way to survive chaos, whether it makes logical sense or not. However, certain individuals and groups, do use ideologies in an effort to rally large groups of people behind their sinister ambitions of power, fame and greed. People need to think more critically for themselves and come together on common ground, rather than believing every spoon-fed “fact” and nit-picking, respectively. More understanding of the root causes, and less judgement on people’s lifestyle preferences, are needed.

Mar 08, 2014 11:11am EST  --  Report as abuse
YWontU wrote:

So I take it that the poor Christians and non muslims in South Sudan are not that important since the attention paid to them while under a muslim UNHOLY JIHAD is so nominal in comparison. It probably would only become a necessity to send troops in to fight the muslims and rebels who are paid by muslims, if they non muslims had the upperhand over the muslim backed forces. It appears to all intents and purposes, based on what is going on in several places in the world right now, that the UN, US and UK as well as the EU have some kind of arrangement with the Muslims, indeed.

Mar 08, 2014 1:04pm EST  --  Report as abuse
YWontU wrote:

So I take it that the poor Christians and non muslims in South Sudan are not that important since the attention paid to them while under a muslim UNHOLY JIHAD is so nominal in comparison. It probably would only become a necessity to send troops in to fight the muslims and rebels who are paid by muslims, if they non muslims had the upperhand over the muslim backed forces. It appears to all intents and purposes, based on what is going on in several places in the world right now, that the UN, US and UK as well as the EU have some kind of arrangement with the Muslims, indeed.

Mar 08, 2014 1:04pm EST  --  Report as abuse
YWontU wrote:

So I take it that the poor Christians and non muslims in South Sudan are not that important since the attention paid to them while under a muslim UNHOLY JIHAD is so nominal in comparison. It probably would only become a necessity to send troops in to fight the muslims and rebels who are paid by muslims, if they non muslims had the upperhand over the muslim backed forces. It appears to all intents and purposes, based on what is going on in several places in the world right now, that the UN, US and UK as well as the EU have some kind of arrangement with the Muslims, indeed.

Mar 08, 2014 1:04pm EST  --  Report as abuse
YWontU wrote:

So I take it that the poor Christians and non muslims in South Sudan are not that important since the attention paid to them while under a muslim UNHOLY JIHAD is so nominal in comparison. It probably would only become a necessity to send troops in to fight the muslims and rebels who are paid by muslims, if they non muslims had the upperhand over the muslim backed forces. It appears to all intents and purposes, based on what is going on in several places in the world right now, that the UN, US and UK as well as the EU have some kind of arrangement with the Muslims, indeed.

Mar 08, 2014 1:04pm EST  --  Report as abuse
YWontU wrote:

So I take it that the poor Christians and non muslims in South Sudan are not that important since the attention paid to them while under a muslim UNHOLY JIHAD is so nominal in comparison. It probably would only become a necessity to send troops in to fight the muslims and rebels who are paid by muslims, if they non muslims had the upperhand over the muslim backed forces. It appears to all intents and purposes, based on what is going on in several places in the world right now, that the UN, US and UK as well as the EU have some kind of arrangement with the Muslims, indeed.

Mar 08, 2014 1:04pm EST  --  Report as abuse
YWontU wrote:

So I take it that the poor Christians and non muslims in South Sudan are not that important since the attention paid to them while under a muslim UNHOLY JIHAD is so nominal in comparison. It probably would only become a necessity to send troops in to fight the muslims and rebels who are paid by muslims, if they non muslims had the upperhand over the muslim backed forces. It appears to all intents and purposes, based on what is going on in several places in the world right now, that the UN, US and UK as well as the EU have some kind of arrangement with the Muslims, indeed.

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