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Muslim woman thrown out of Trump rally

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ellapenella

Maybe she shouldn't have caused such a disruption. Doesn't matter her sex, skin color, religious beliefs. It is completely irrelevant that she's allegedly an islamist, it's only important to the anti-Trump types. Anyone would have been thrown out.

They're utilizing their methods as usual. And it seems that people are falling for it.

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ellapenella

Im just saying if you really feel this way about ever Muslim on the planet, how does that make you any different? BTW don't bring Jesus, who would tell you to love your enemy, and to pray for those who curse you, into this if all you are gonna do is continue and spread hate. The very thing you are saying you are against

Did you ever read anything from me here that suggests anything bad or negative about Muslims ? No,cause I never said anything against people in general . did you ever read me saying anything bad about islam? yes. and the Catholics and the Mormons and the Talmud. You are misjudging me and, I forgive you...if you're really one of the good guys, you'll understand me better one day here.

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Xeno-Fish

Religion is excellent at making fools of us.

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preacherman76

man are you serious? I don't have to accept islam or any other religion I don't care for. Don't you know that Jesus already spoke against false prophets. Sorry bud, but I'm not praying for jihadist or people of islam. sorry ,let god judge and shame on you, for attacking me in behalf of what was being said to me. Some christian brother you are. You just did exactly what they wanted for you to do to me. thanks...

Ell you got me all wrong. I'm not saying you aren't making some good points. I'm saying if you fight hate with hate, it can only bring one result. Hate. You want to see people change for the better, then you have to do as commanded, love. Love as described in the bible as being the greatest of all possible out comes. I'm not saying you are necessarily wrong in every thing you are saying. I'm saying your response to those things is wrong, unproductive, and a waste of who you can be.

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Leonardo

Maybe she shouldn't have caused such a disruption. Doesn't matter her sex, skin color, religious beliefs. It is completely irrelevant that she's allegedly an islamist, it's only important to the anti-Trump types. Anyone would have been thrown out.

Does that make it right?

People here, in suggesting she caused a "disruption" (and how did she do so?) are essentially apologising for hateful prejudice. She disrupted no-one. Her protest was silent and the gathering could have continued while she stood there - silently.

Ella,

What do you mean hatred towards Muslims , when they believe that we are all filthy infidels and are worthy of death if we don't like or agree with their prophet.

How many Muslims posting on this forum (and believe me, there are quite a few) have told you that you are a "filthy infidel and worthy of death for not liking or agreeing with their prophet"?

As for this...

Did you ever read anything from me here that suggests anything bad or negative about Muslims ? No,cause I never said anything against people in general...

The Muslims you hated on above are "people in general".

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ellapenella

the majority of your posts shows a distrust and an all around hatred towards muslims not just their religion itself. you can backpeddle all you want and make your hatred solely about their religion but it's clearly not. i see you don't have your big girl pants on as usual so i will leave you to your hate.

get a clue man,if the majority of threads recently are being thrown up because of islam,and if I don't like islam, what should i not post? because i'm not allowed o share why I don't like islam? but it's fine for you and others to slam Christians whenever you feel like being rude.You can continue to try to paint me bad or evil all you want. It will never change who i truly am. try try all you want ...

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Iron_Lotus

get a clue man,if the majority of threads recently are being thrown up because of islam,and if I don't like islam, what should i not post? because i'm not allowed o share why I don't like islam? but it's fine for you and others to slam Christians whenever you feel like being rude.You can continue to try to paint me bad or evil all you want. It will never change who i truly am. try try all you want ...

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ellapenella

Ell you got me all wrong. I'm not saying you aren't making some good points. I'm saying if you fight hate with hate, it can only bring one result. Hate. You want to see people change for the better, then you have to do as commanded, love. Love as described in the bible as being the greatest of all possible out comes. I'm not saying you are necessarily wrong in every thing you are saying. I'm saying your response to those things is wrong, unproductive, and a waste of who you can be.

Hate with hate? are you SERIOUS ? I'm showing you why it's wrong is all. Who wouldn't hate that,come on already. You have no idea about me or my life so stop judging me. you have no idea.

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preacherman76

No iron, she is just afraid. Right where they want her

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Iron_Lotus

How many Muslims posting on this forum (and believe me, there are quite a few) have told you that you are a "filthy infidel and worthy of death for not liking or agreeing with their prophet"?

absolutely none.

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preacherman76

Hate with hate? are you SERIOUS ? I'm showing you why it's wrong is all. Who wouldn't hate that,come on already. You have no idea about me or my life so stop judging me. you have no idea.

I'm sorry you feel that way

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Iron_Lotus

No iron, she is just afraid. Right where they want her

.... that is fair. i can accept that.

i apologize you are not a hateful person. afraid is the more likely story.

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Stubbly_Dooright

I for one, try to never allow who anyone is, to decide who I am.

Good for you.

But apparently, it seems that some of us are deciding what others are.

equal treatment are you joking us all here? they believe we are all filthy infidels who are worthy of death and you are crying for equal treatment for them? .you say you worked at a bookstore and you act as if you know all things pretty well pertaining to the world and all, but you don't.

I actually do work at a bookstore, and this particular one, ( I have worked at three others, and a Walmart in Jersey that had half of the customers who were Muslim ) have a good chunk of the customers who are, or close to it. They live near by. I do not get, at any moment in serving them, that they behave, act, feel, this way toward others. In fact, they seem to take a more adaptive behavior to our ways and thinking. If anything would sway me of the some of the negative feelings some have of them, it has been my constant exposure, ( and yes, some friendships ) of them. It's like others in far way lands coming to conclusions of America by watching constant newsfeed antics of the Westboro church.
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GlitterRose

So let me get this straight. A Muslim woman wore a shirt they didn't like, and they threw her out. How is this not a violation of her freedom of expression? She didn't even say anything.

Maybe those people need to learn a little tolerance. They scream freedom all the time, but they don't know how to honor it for people who think differently than they do.

And what horrible thing did this shirt say to warrant such retaliation? Salam. I come in peace.

How dare a Muslim woman stand up. Lol.

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questionmark

So let me get this straight. A Muslim woman wore a shirt they didn't like, and they threw her out. How is this not a violation of her freedom of expression? She didn't even say anything.

Maybe those people need to learn a little tolerance. They scream freedom all the time, but they don't know how to honor it for people who think differently than they do.

You said it yourself, "freedom of expression" which NOT equal to "freedom of speech" but falls under the same protection.

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Michelle

If a member of the audience, anyone, stands up and will not sit down it is considered a disruption and they will be escorted out.

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GlitterRose

If a member of the audience, anyone, stands up and will not sit down it is considered a disruption and they will be escorted out.

I could show you any number of photos of Republican rallies where people are standing up and shouting. All she did was stand up. The difference is...they don't like her.

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GlitterRose

I could show you any number of photos of Republican rallies where people are standing up and shouting. All she did was stand up. The difference is...they don't like her.

The bottom line...is the rally open to the public? If it is, then they can't police what shirts people wear, and they can't throw people out just for standing.

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Nnicolette

Shes right... Trump is a nazi.

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Michelle

There is a time to stand up and a time to sit down. After a touchdown at a football eveyone stands up and cheers, then they sit back down. You will be thrown out for standing up the entire time, blocking the people's view behind you because you are making them angry.

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There is a time to stand up and a time to sit down. After a touchdown at a football eveyone stands up and cheers, then they sit back down. You will be thrown out for standing up the entire time, blocking the people's view behind you because you are making them angry.

That would be quite difficult if you are in the last row (as seen in the corresponding pictures).

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GlitterRose

If a member of the audience, anyone, stands up and will not sit down it is considered a disruption and they will be escorted out.

And it's interesting that you say "audience." Political rallies aren't shows...or at least they aren't supposed to be. It's not a play where everyone has to be silent. You can yell out at these things. Stand up and cheer. It isn't a library, and even if it was, she didn't make any noise.

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seax

Why doesn't she use some of that enthusiasm and energy protesting against 'radical Islam?' When you come to this country you know the rules..we have a constitution and we have a culture. Accept it or stay home. Ben Carson got it right, Islam is a theocracy...in direct conflict with our rules. These people are invading, not assimilating. These people 'protecting' the 'so called rights' of Muslims don't give a tinker's dam about their rights. There is another agenda...and I think finally some people are coming out of a deep sleep.

seax :tu:

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Why doesn't she use some of that enthusiasm and energy protesting against 'radical Islam?' When you come to this country you know the rules..we have a constitution and we have a culture. Accept it or stay home. Ben Carson got it right, Islam is a theocracy...in direct conflict with our rules. These people are invading, not assimilating. These people 'protecting' the 'so called rights' of Muslims don't give a tinker's dam about their rights. There is another agenda...and I think finally some people are coming out of a deep sleep.

seax :tu:

that's exactly what she did protesting that she was not a radical

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Michelle

And it's interesting that you say "audience." Political rallies aren't shows...or at least they aren't supposed to be. It's not a play where everyone has to be silent. You can yell out at these things. Stand up and cheer. It isn't a library, and even if it was, she didn't make any noise.

What do you want to call it...a meeting? No, people are not allowed to stand up and say anything they like or people would not get thrown out of almost all of them.

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