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#1 Paul

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Posted 23 August 2014 - 1:57 PM

... has let those nut cases in Saudi to convince her to convert to Islam. 

 

She is an unwed mother. Wouldn't they take issue with that? 

 

This is a very serious topic for me. I am truly concerned about her safety now, more than ever.

 

I am talking about Quinn's mom, here. The mother of my little boy.


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Posted 23 August 2014 - 2:15 PM

I don't know Paul. My next door neighbour's are practising Muslims and my favourite place to vacation is Turkey a Western country with a Muslim population. In neither case I have had any problems.

I know that there are many radical Muslim groups in the world at the moment but I think that these people would be radical without being Muslim.

Media often latches onto religion to portray a them and us mentality.

I saw this first hand here in Ireland when loyalist (protestant) was fighting Republican (Catholic) for very complicated reasons. There are/were vested interests wishing to make sure the sectarianism was/is used to brew up trouble.


As long as its not a radical Muslim sect I wouldn't be overly concerned.

Personally I have no religious affiliation so I'm not trying to pose some agenda.

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Posted 23 August 2014 - 2:24 PM

tell her she better be sure

 

once she signs up for the team they don't take very kindly if you change your mind again later and want to join another team

 

kind of like being real sure when you marry someone who you "obtained" because they cheated with you on someone else 


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Posted 23 August 2014 - 2:31 PM

You already know my thoughts on Islam.  I feel for ya. But, there is nothing you can do whilst she is in the land of the Religion of Peace.


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Posted 23 August 2014 - 2:44 PM

Don't feel bad, My ex has picked up the habit of screwing Iranian's

 

Thank God my daughter lives with me !!!!


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Posted 23 August 2014 - 2:50 PM

Sounds to me Paul that she is lost. Trying to find her way. Maybe by doing so she hopes to be forgiven for past mistakes.
When people are lost and looking for religion any push from outside influences can push them either way.
Im sorry to say


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Posted 23 August 2014 - 3:23 PM

I don't know Paul. My next door neighbour's are practising Muslims and my favourite place to vacation is Turkey a Western country with a Muslim population. In neither case I have had any problems.

I know that there are many radical Muslim groups in the world at the moment but I think that these people would be radical without being Muslim.

Media often latches onto religion to portray a them and us mentality.

I saw this first hand here in Ireland when loyalist (protestant) was fighting Republican (Catholic) for very complicated reasons. There are/were vested interests wishing to make sure the sectarianism was/is used to brew up trouble.


As long as its not a radical Muslim sect I wouldn't be overly concerned.

Personally I have no religious affiliation so I'm not trying to pose some agenda.

 

You might have second thoughts after watching the video posted at the top of this thread 

 

http://www.livinginc...ceful-argument/



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Posted 23 August 2014 - 3:40 PM

You might have second thoughts after watching the video posted at the top of this thread

http://www.livinginc...ceful-argument/

Saw that.

I'm capable of independent thought based on actual life experience.

Hitler was a Christian as was many other horrendous people throughout history. Should we view all Christians as if they're the same as the worst members of that sect.

If you really want to see some gruesome stuff done in the name of religion look at some of the things done during the crusades.


I don't agree with any of it but stereotyping people based on their religion is wrong IMO. And I feel that it is designed to get a population to act or think in a manner which is conducive to a leaders agenda.

All religions are a system of control IMO.

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Posted 23 August 2014 - 4:06 PM

She will be there two years. Plenty of time for them to indoctrinate her, if she is safe. I thought they would look down on unwed mothers, though? 

 

Either way, I may end up back in the Philippines to look after Quinn.


Edited by Hell Boy, 23 August 2014 - 4:09 PM .


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Posted 23 August 2014 - 4:07 PM

... has let those nut cases in Saudi to convince her to convert to Islam. 

 

She is an unwed mother. Wouldn't they take issue with that? 

 

This is a very serious topic for me. I am truly concerned about her safety now, more than ever.

 

I am talking about Quinn's mom, here. The mother of my little boy.

 

 

if she is in saudi then just sit back and let her indulge herself in her own impulsiveness as she seems very impressionable to get "converted" that easily. at least she will get along with her fellow saudis while there and you can bet as soon as she returns to live in the Phils she will be back to her old ways including religion. given the history as you have described of her other actions she is a typical "as if" type personality that molds herself to match whatever situation she finds herself in, doesn't think things out well or take much of anything very seriously, so this will just be yet another page of drama in her life that will be left behind once something else catches her attention.  


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