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Old 04-18-2005, 04:24 AM
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Default Re: Newbie from the UK: my story + views on social engineering

BTW LIBERTY, you write well for a 22 year old.

Good structure. Henry Makow would be proud!

Did you graduate in one of the arts?
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Ahmed, you are sincere (I believe) and a God fearing man. Thats good enough for me.

I wonder weather the 'Muslim' world is different to the 'Christian' world? That these two desert religions 'symbolise' (oooo that word!) two different ways of thinking and seeing the world?

I cant tell you exactly why but the Christian faith works for me. I believe that religion is a process of unfolding so I keep an open mind.

I am impressed with what I read of the Muslim world. Like so many Christians they are susceptible to mistakes in their worship. That I believe is more the fault of the ones who came after.

I love the stories of hospitality given Westerners who visit the desert countries especially. Read "The Real Bravo 2 Zero" by a former SAS member who debunks the outright lies and exagerations by several SAS members when they were captured in Iraq.

They were treated well but decided to exagerate and lie to sell books.

So called 'Christians' in Iraq at the moment may want to take note. And even watch "Laurence Of Arabia"...

As long as people put God above the State i'm happy.

Christs life resonates with me. Thats all i can say.
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