At no point did I say that this was a result of Islam being an inherently violent religion. I stated that the public (again, I'm not voicing my own opinion, but verbalizing the thoughts of the proletariat) was frustrated with "religious radicalism" (my exact words). Radicalism implies taking something (in this instance Islam) beyond what is considered by most normal or acceptable. This is (in this case) the actions of a few, NOT the actions of a majority.
I really can't tell if you're disagreeing with what I've stated due to a misconception/misinterpretation of what I've said or you are just elaborating on what I've expressed and I'm misinterpreting what you're saying as argumentative.
My disagree remains in the fact than this is maintained on a religion plan.. I could have also used Israel & Palestine as example, but avoided it for obvious reasons. I just try to tell you than the prob is not only a matter of religion, whatever the part of radicalism there's in it. I go to the roots to extract the prob to avoid the easy shortcuts and to explain than there's deeper issues. Social injustices, education, systemic segregation, national and international politic, mental instability, so on.. Here and only here you will find a beginning of explanation and solution. Some take this bad path of terrorism as the only solution given because political leaders in the world fail to respond at their wait. So, nowadays the religious radicalism is a means not the deep cause. Make pay these terrorists will never make stop all this shit to happen again if the root problem is still present.
The proletariat thinks and follows what it wants.. If they really were aware what is the prob, the solution would come with it. But since, no one in this proletaria is able to bring a semblance or beginning of solution, I guess they don't have a clue what's really going on. And those really aware, doesn't want or have no interest in solving it. So, I would prefere to hear your own opinion than the one of others. Not a single bad feeling against you Mel, just that I can't accept to be called in question in my sensibility about suffering (whatever the side where it comes), only because I think beyond some preconceived.
Too much people dying or suffering in the world for shit reasons. Rather than say "I'm Charlie" or "I'm not Charlie", I prefere to say "I'm anybody suffering".
Edited by Ann![email protected], 14 January 2015 - 09:36 AM.