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Quote# 130692

(Medcel)
The blackpill is working, normberts are starting to get it (comments from the r/Tinder post)



(not_here_4_points)
Tinder itself is the biggest blackpill experiment there ever was. The current top showerthought of the past year with 105,000 upvotes - "Tinder is the opposite of porn site advertisements. There actually are a ton of hot singles in my area, but none of them are interested in me."

(Thereitiz)
That bit about 2's having tinder date calendars... fuck thats enough reddit for now this isnt healthy

(Relegated_Interest)
Can confirm. I knew a 200 lbs girl who had that many dates. Over 200 matches.

(Lost_soul99)
your daily dose of suicide fuel

(erikthesmasher)
Tinder is like a harem of women for chads. They can fuck girls now easier than ever.

(usingthistoshitpost)
And we have women saying they are FA and lonely.

(foreignincel2)
There was a comment who said how guys how to compete with each other and have the best personality etc and there will always be another guy more funnier than him so its not fair , lol what a horseshit guys dont compete between each other , girls select the most handsome , no matter what you say words will not make you appear more handsome than you are

(TakeOnMe-TakeOnMe)
Respectfully, men do compete. That's what AMOG is. Especially in a group of classic alphas, say your worst jock frat bro fears, half their game is goofing on each other, strutting around and preening while Stacies pretend not to watch but in actuality are watching very closely.
One Stacy's Chad may not be another's, so more girls win. However, if multiple Stacies want the same Chad, women do the same thing.
I am, of course, speaking of a club, party or other social environment, for the most part.
Junior Chads and Stacies do this, too. It starts very young, on the playground or in the halls. At a time when many boys haven't really noticed girls yet, the High T future Chads have and they're already playing the game. Awkward & goofy boys will raz and dare each other to approach girls, and the one(s) with the biggest balls will win succeed in getting junior Stacy's attention.
At that point, attention alone is good enough.
This moves on to hanging at the mall, shops to skatepark, where boys both compete and embolden each other. Alphas rise to the top.
At these early stages, late blooming future incels may not notice cuz they've still got their heads in the comic books and video games. Then, by the time they notice, they're already crucial months or years behind, social circles have formed and they find themselves on the perimeters.
Now I'm sad.

(TallfagAnnihilator)
The creators of tinder should be publicly executed in the most painful fashion possible. I can't think of single thing that has made female hypergamy worse.

(shitposter1000000)
It simply exposed the femoid hypergamy which has always been present. The inventors probably had good intentions for their own camp like the inventors of the nuclear bomb, but they underestimated how big of a paradigm shift it would cause.

(FPSdouglass)
You're right. Tinder is like eBay. We always wanted to buy or sell shit, but now it's just easier. People still act similar to how they did before.

(damnsong)
You can always curse ancient Egyptians for popularizing the creation of makeup.

(Litchii_Thief)
Nah, I forgive them because Pyramids are badass looking.

(LukeVenable)
You can thank aliens for that

(usingthistoshitpost)
Ayy lmao

various incels, r/Incels 9 Comments [8/17/2017 9:45:13 PM]
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Quote# 127289

[[Child molestation survivor: A child's brain is not developed enough to make that decision. Idfc if I said yes.]]

guilt trips and assumptions regarding my actual position rarely work on me. i oppose paedophilia not on moral grounds but practical grounds instead. sex is merely extensive genital contact, particularly in the pelvic regions. your opinion can be subject to further ridicule because you imply that sex must be 'practical' and procreative; i appear to have found someone who believes in abrahamic natural moral law.

ReclusiveChicken, Deviantart 12 Comments [5/18/2017 11:08:35 PM]
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Quote# 13557

[After explaining why a poster didn't capitalize the word "god"]

And you can only wish there is no God. You better start capitalizing it now since you will meet Him one day and He'll probably ask you why you didn't give Him even this smallest respect.

Biff, Free Conservatives 49 Comments [8/3/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Oolon Coluphid

Quote# 13546

The cell is the smallest unit of living things. There are two different, non-interchangable types of cells, plant and animal. One cannot become the other. For evolution to be true, the first living cells had to be plant life because an animal cell, having nothing to eat, would die immediately. Since that cell could not become an animal cell, a SEPARATE abiogenesis would have to occur. That is now TWO impossibilities, or impossible squared.

Nutrider99, Free Conservatives 34 Comments [8/3/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Gerard

Quote# 130712

Western notions of democracy have come to dominate all discourse on governance, government structure, justice and accountability. Despite this dominance, electoral numbers at elections, trust in politicians and the ruling classes is at an all-time low in the West. Some thinkers in the West, class their liberal democracies as universal and consider all opposing systems as dictatorships. With the Muslims world demanding more and more of Islam to be present in their politics the Khilafah’s ruling system is a viable alternative for many. A lot of this is due to the failure of democracy to cater for the needs of the Muslim world and its flaws can be seen from a number of areas.

Whilst all would agree that their leaders should be elected, the reality of democracy is that regular elections favour those with money and adversely impact tough long-term decision making. Politics becomes about serving the elite not the public. The problem with frequent elections is that the more elections there are the more there is a requirement for money. Money and politics is one of the major cancers in democratic politics.

In essence the more elections you have the more likely you are to poison your system with money and short term thinking. This is what we see in the West today, countries dominated by powerful interests, riddled by political corruption and with soaring deficits and other long-term problems left completely un-tackled.

An alternative to both democracy on the one hand and dictatorship or absolute monarchy on the other hand is an election of a ruler with no term expiry as exists within the Islamic political system. This allows people on the one hand to freely choose their leader but on the other allows that leader the time to take tough long-term decisions for the benefit of the people.

Legislative sovereignty is at the very heart of Western civilisation, the ability to create one’s own laws, change them, adapt them and suspend them is held in high esteem as one of the bedrocks of liberal democracies. This is why we find after the events of 9/11 Western Europe has suspended some key principles and rights. We have seen the suspension of the presumption of innocence, the right to a fair trial and the right to be aware of the evidence that is being used to imprison you. These key rights, enshrined in Western maxims and used to extract other laws have been altered at will, even though they are supposed to be the bedrock of Western political tradition. With secularism at the heart of Western legislation, laws can be changed and even suspended at a whim.

The protection of individual freedoms is the bedrock of Western civilisation. However, the dilemma secular legislators face is what is beneficial to one person is not necessarily beneficial to another. People’s interests overlap and as a result there exists a constant renegotiation of space, entitlement and privilege. More often than not, the underlying criterion for an action is self-gratification and fulfilment – ‘What’s in it for me?’

A society where an individualistic outlook is common can only decline into a virtual free-for-all, as everyone, including the government, would attempt to take full advantage of life. Freedom therefore leads to people seeking their own benefit and more often than not, those with political and/or financial clout have the upper hand. This produces a host of problems, not least the conflict of people’s freedoms.

One of the fundamental pillars of democracy is that legislation is arrived at through majority voting. In the absence of any divine text, the need to derive legislation must be sourced from elsewhere.

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Secularism, the complete separation between God and governance has become established as the Aqeedah of Capitalism, legislative sovereignty of man over god is central to democracy however one defines it. Islam is on the diametrically opposite side of democracy. Islam makes the Islamic texts sovereign – the supreme reference, mankind plays no role in legislating, only implementing.

Islamic governance does not proceed upon the same route as Western legislation, where safeguarding individual freedoms is considered the basis of legislation. Islamic governance does not make freedom the subject of discussion; it does not recognise or reject freedom. Hence, Islamic governance does not look at humans from the angle of them undertaking or not undertaking actions on the basis of freedom.

Whilst Islamic governance has many details and has been written about throughout Islamic history, the following are its key aspects.

The current situation prevalent in the Muslim world, where ruling families decide the laws that society must abide by whilst they remain above the very laws they have created, is just the other side of the democratic coin.

In Islam Allah (swt) is sovereign as explained in the Qur’an:

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“The rule is for none but Allah” (Al-Anam:57)

This means that all laws need to be derived from the Islamic sources which are the Qur’an, Sunnah, Ijma Sahabah and Qiyas. Whilst all laws, maxims and principles are contained within these texts their application is where mankind must use its own capacities to ensure the right rule is applied for the reality it came for.

To ensure this happens Islam has recommended a constitution for the Islamic lands, where the role of the ruler and positions of power are clearly defined and mandated a constitution where the relationship between the ruled and ruler are clearly delineated. All this ensures that society is aware of the laws it will be judged by, which cannot be changed at whim, this will ensure a multiple tier society does not develop, where different laws apply to different segments of society. It also ensures the elites cannot influence the laws.

Islam has enshrined both institutional and decisional independence for the judiciary which far exceeds what is seen in Western democracies. Islam institutionalised an independent high court called the Court of Unjust Acts (Mahkamat Mazalim). It is presided over by the most eminent and qualified judges (Qadi Muzalim) and granted extensive powers by the Shari’ah. It has the power to remove any official of state regardless of their role or rank, including, most importantly, the Khaleefah if he persists in pursuing a path that lies outside of the terms of his Bay’ah (contract of ruling).

Ordinary citizens who have a complaint against the state can register it with the Court. What is unique about the Court of Unjust Acts, compared to other judicial courts, is that the Government Investigations Judge (Qadi Muzalim) has investigatory powers and does not require a plaintiff to register a complaint before launching an investigation. This court will therefore constantly monitor the actions of all officials of the state and the legislation adopted to ensure it conforms to the Shari’ah and no oppression (mazlama) is committed against the people. The executive counterbalance to the power of this Court is by the Khaleefah in principle having the power to appoint and remove the Chief Justice and any judges below him.

The laws and Islamic independent judiciary work to enforce are derived from the Islamic sources, this restricts what can be enforced as law. As Islam’s fundamental source – the Qur’an is revelatory, what is right and wrong is defined and thus the ruler nor the judiciary can deviate from this. With the introduction of a constitution, which allows more detailed rules from the Islamic sources, society will clearly know where it stands with regards to those acts which entail punishments and fines if violated.

The US constitution is considered a model template, which empowers the President with many powers but then restricts them through various mechanisms as power corrupts. Accountability in Islam is guaranteed through the institutions of government, in the obligation to establish political parties and through an individual obligation on all the citizens to enjoin the good and forbid the evil. There are also a host of various mechanisms rooted in Islam which act as checks and balances and restrict and regulate the ruler.

The Khaleefah is given wide mandatory powers in Islam, this is different to what is the norm in democracies where power is shared with a cabinet or parliament. Whilst the West institutionalised this in an attempt to curtail the possibilities of a dictatorship in reality it has given rise to mob rule where the collective act in concert like any individual dictator.

Islam has mandated that authority belongs to the Ummah. The Khaleefah is not a king or dictator who imposes his authority on the people through coercion or force. The Khaleefah’s authority to rule must be given willingly by the Muslims through the Islamic ruling contract known as Bay’ah. Without this Bay’ah the Khaleefah cannot rule. After this his authority is restricted to the hukm shari i.e. he cannot change what the Islamic texts have defined as right and wrong.
Islam has institutionalised the Bay’ah contract as the method to appoint a ruler.

This was outlined in many ahadith, amongst them: Muslim narrated on the authority of Abu Hazim who said: “I accompanied Abu Hurayra five years and I heard him talk about the Prophet (saw) saying: ‘Bani Israel used to be governed by Prophets, every time a Prophet died, another came after him, and there is no Prophet after me. There will be Khulafa’a and they will number many.’ They said: ‘What would you order us to do?’ He (saw) said: ‘Fulfil the Bay’ah to them one after the other, and give them their due right, surely Allah will account them for that which He entrusted them with.” (Sahih Muslim). The Bay’ah is between two parties – the Khaleefah and the Muslims. It is the people who elect the ruler, through popular will.

(...)

The Bay’ah is a contract and as such it is allowed to add extra conditions to this contract that the Khaleefah must abide by, as long as these extra conditions do not violate the fundamentals of the contract. It would be allowed to restrict the Khaleefah to certain constitutional processes such as the empowerment of the Majlis al-Ummah (People’s Council) and the judiciary as counterbalances to the executive power of the Khaleefah.

Without the restriction on the term of office, the Khaleefah can focus on long term strategic planning for the state instead of short-term planning from one election to the next as we find in democratic systems. It also prevents corporate interests from hijacking the government agenda through campaign contributions that any Presidential candidate or party in the West must secure to achieve power.

The ruler possesses many executive powers such as appointing governors and mayors, developing the state’s foreign policy and accepting foreign ambassadors. He is however restricted to these and cannot go beyond this remit. The ruler’s role is restricted to the public sphere and so Islam would forbid him from interfering in the private lives of his citizens. So whilst the Khaleefah holds all executive powers within the Khilafah his powers are restricted by the Shari’ah.

The powers of the Khaleefah are further restricted in Islam by the establishment of the Majlis al-Ummah. This is an elected council whose members can be Muslim, non-Muslim, men or women. These members represent the interests of their constituencies within the state. The Majlis has no powers of legislation like in a democratic system but it does have many powers that act as a counterbalance to the executive powers of the Khaleefah. These include expressing dissatisfaction with the assistants, governors, and mayors and in this matter the view of the Majlis is binding and the Khaleefah must discharge them at once. It also includes selecting the list of candidates standing for the position of the Khaleefah, no candidate excluded from this list may stand and the decision of the Majlis is binding. The Majlis also decides how much the ruler is paid and the allowances he may get.

In modern times the most appropriate style of conducting the Bay’ah is through a general election, where all mature Muslims, male and female have a right to vote for the Khaleefah of their choice. The Muslim representatives of the Majlis al-Ummah will shortlist the candidates for the Khaleefah and the people then vote for one of the candidates of their choice.

Islam has ordered the establishment of political parties. Political parties in the Khilafah are established primarily to account the Khaleefah and his government. Their task is to safeguard the thoughts of Islam in society and to ensure the government does not deviate from the implementation and propagation of Islam. The right of the Khilafah’s citizens to establish political parties is established from the Holy Qur’an. No permission is required from the government to establish political parties. Although members of the government will in many cases be members of political parties. The Khilafah does not have a party system of ruling as found in Western democracies.

In addition to the institutionalised mechanisms of accountability discussed so far, accounting the Khilafah is a right of all citizens of the state whether Muslim or non-Muslim. Although their representatives in the Majlis al-Ummah will undertake this task on their behalf they still have a right to perform this task themselves. Political apathy is a growing problem in the West. General elections are seeing fewer people voting especially amongst the young. Growing individualism among society is leading people to ignore the problems facing their communities and wider society and be concerned only with themselves. Islam not only obliged political parties with the task of enjoining ma’aruf and forbidding munkar but also individuals.

A central argument of liberals is that after restricting religion to the private lives of individuals, the West has seen unparalleled progress. Secularism has been central to the period of enlightenment and the postmodern world we currently live in. However there is a consistent pattern across all democracies of corruption. The US may be the preeminent democracy in the world but it is also one of the most corrupt.

US politics is riddled with special interests, a revolving door between politics and big business, political favours and backhanders. Though on the surface elections occur every two years, the reality is that incumbents rarely lose. In 2008, 94% of incumbents won in the House of Representatives and 83% in the Senate. This isn’t by accident, due to the significant money advantage enjoyed by incumbents and the continued redistricting.

Democracies should have secularised money and politics and not religion and politics. In Islam the ruler is not an employee who gets paid a wage, since he is not hired by the Ummah. The Khaleefah is given a pledge of allegiance (Bay’ah) by the Ummah to implement the Shari’ah and convey the Islamic Da’wah to the world. Although the Khaleefah is not paid a wage an allowance is assigned to him from the Bait al-Mal to meet his needs.

This allowance is a compensation for him since he is kept busy with the obligation of the Khilafah and cannot work and pursue his own business interests. This allowance is determined by the Majlis al-Ummah who will decide through shura (consultation) how much the allowance should be. They are the elected representatives of the Ummah and giving them the ultimate decision prevents any abuse of the public funds by the Khaleefah.

The ruler, governors, delegated assistants and judges – all the positions of ruling – are not paid a wage but an allowance as compensation as they are unable to take on employment. In this way Islam ensures money is kept far away from ruling.

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Individuals have the right to account any organ or employee of the state, regardless of rank or seniority, this includes the head of state. Complaints can be submitted to the Madhalim Office who will initiate a process of validating and following due process in establishing facts. This office has the subsequent power to stipulate punishments. Individuals, Muslims and non Muslims, are allowed the right to peaceful congregation and protest. They are also allowed to seek out support to make representations to the state on their behalf.

Unknown author, Hizb ut-Tahrir 4 Comments [8/18/2017 8:16:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 13595

Seriously, how intelligent can one be that likes to get it up the ass?
How much common sense does it take to partake in dangerous behavior that causes AIDS? How stupid do you queers think \\"Us Normal people are\\"? We should agree with your sick patetic lifestyle? I think not! You call evil good and good evil. Homos are twisted and for the most part mentally ill and delusional. The saddest part of it all is when a faggot tells a straight person they are ignorant and a bigot because they dont like it up the ass and can\\'t understand how wonderful it is. Why the F**K should we you low life scum queers!!!!!

abduldadude, Speakout.com 35 Comments [8/5/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 130711

The idea of a Caliphate is constantly mocked by the West and their secular Muslim agents that rule over the Muslim World. The people who call for it’s implementation are labelled extreme and radical in the Western World and are imprisoned, tortured and even killed in the Muslim World. This is besides the fact that an Islamic Caliphate was implemented for over a 1000 years and is a part of history that cannot be ignored. In this article, we take a look at some of the contributions of the Caliphate to the World.

The first Islamic State was established by the Prophet Muhammed ? himself, in Madina Munawara in the 7th century. Based on monotheism it united people of different colours and creeds and eradicated status inequality. It eventually came to be embraced by many nations and peoples. At its height it stretched from Morocco and Spain in the west, to the Philippines in the east, from the Steppes of Khurasan to the north and to the jungles of modern day Congo to the south. The Muslim world leapt from a period of ignorance and division to a time of unparalleled unity and strength. All of this can be seen from many periods of Islamic history.

During the Abbasid rule of the Khilafah, they began a project of creating a capital city that would be revered around the world. The Abbasid Caliph, Al-Mansur assembled engineers, surveyors and art constructionists from around the world to come together and draw up plans for the city. Over 100,000 construction workers came to survey the plans and were distributed salaries to start the building of the grand city.

Baghdad was the first circular city in the world. Within fifty years the population outgrew the city walls as people thronged to the capital. Baghdad became a vast emporium of trade linking Asia and the Mediterranean. By the reign of Mansur’s grandson, Harun Ar-Rashid (786-806 CE), Baghdad was second in size only to Constantinople. European towns, cities and settlements built walls to prevent raids from outlaws and armies but were typically vulnerable at four points; the corners. If enough pressure was applied at any of these points the wall would collapse and troops could flood through the breach. The Muslims solved this problem by building circular cities.

After the defences of the city were complete, attention turned to how the Abbasids would feed the rest of the Ummah. The development of agriculture under the Abbasids was a phenomenon; the scarcity of water had converted the barren Arab lands into a vast desert, which had never yielded any substantial agricultural produce. The scattered population always imported supply of food grains to supplement the dates and the little corn grown in their own lands. Agriculture in Arabia had been very primitive and was confined to those tracts where water was available in the form of springs. Madina, with its springs and wells was the only green spot in the vast desert. The Abbasids dealt with this by first controlling the flows of the Tigris and the Euphrates rivers. The irrigation system in the land was greatly improved by digging a number of new canals, the largest flowed between the Tigris and Euphrates. This canal was called Nahr Isa (Isa canal) and was open to ships for transportation between Syria and Iraq. This led to navigation routes opening to India and the Persian Gulf. The Abbasids reconstructed the existing canals, lakes, and reservoirs, which were first built under Hajjaj Bin Yusuf in 702 CE. After this the swamps around Baghdad were drained, freeing the city of malaria.

The Abbasids in the 8th century initiated probably the greatest translation project translating the work of the Ancient Greeks into Arabic to preserve them from being lost forever. The careful and painstaking archival work took time, effort and coordination. An institute named Bayt Al-Hikmah was set up and run by the Abbasid Khilafah in Baghdad for this purpose.

At the behest of the caliph an observatory was built and numerous educational institutes which made literacy widespread were created. Other rulers such as Al-Mansur ordered plentiful resources to achieve the task. Translation became a state industry and the Muslim scholars succeeded in what is still regarded today as a truly incredible feat.

Observatories were set up in Baghdad and became an unrivalled centre for the study of humanities and for sciences, including mathematics, astronomy, medicine, chemistry, zoology and geography. The scholars, scientists and specialists drew upon the translated works of previous civilisations such as the Persian and Greek works that included those of Pythagoras, Plato, Aristotle and Socrates. Such works were accumulated and Baghdad became home to a great collection of world knowledge.

Europe had been embroiled in almost constant wars of horrific brutality. Invading hordes and fleeing refugees swamped the continent. In contrast large sections of the Muslim world especially those parts not on the frontiers were serene and tranquil for hundreds of years. In this atmosphere various cities flourished and the story was the same throughout the rest of the Muslim world.

When the Muslims entered Spain in the early 8th century they found people who lived in stone hovels, dirty places with a central hole in the primitive roof to let out the smoke from the small fire they lived around. The inhabitants of these pits would be consumed by soot, tears streaming down their faces. Eye and respiratory diseases were common.

The Spanish would refuse to wash, believing in a form of spirituality that meant they had to avoid an earthly or materialistic life. The animal furs they wore were handed down from generation to generation. The stench was often overpowering particularly as they lived close together in their airless cells. The Muslims, were used to courtyards, canals and gardens. The great city of Damascus in Syria had over a hundred thousand gardens alone. Guided by Islam and a vision of the betterment of humanity the Muslims sought to change this. By the 10th century the Spanish city of Cordoba had two hundred thousand homes, over half a million places of worship, nine hundred public baths and libraries containing hundreds of thousands of volumes. Moreover the streets were paved with stone, cleaned, policed and lit at night. Conduits brought water to the people’s homes and to the city’s many squares and gardens. Students from all over Europe descended upon the city to learn from the acknowledged master scholars of the age.

Throughout almost all of Islamic history the Khilafah and the Muslims were a minority ruling over majority non-Muslims. The Qur’an and the examples of the Prophet highlighted how non-Muslims should be treated. The Treaty of Umar ibn Al-Khattab, in which he guaranteed the Christians of Jerusalem their right to practice their faith in total religious safety became the standard model in Islamic history.

The Ottoman conquest of Constantinople in 1453 CE is considered a seminal event in history, but it was also the first time the Ottomans came to rule over a large number of non-Muslims. Constantinople had historically been the centre of the Orthodox Christian world, and had a large Christian population. As the Ottoman Khilafah expanded into Europe, more and more non-Muslims came under Ottoman authority. In the 1530s, over 80% of the population in Ottoman Europe was not Muslim. In order to deal with these new Ottoman subjects, Ottoman Sultan Mehmed instituted the Islamic rules of ruling over a diverse population, later institutionalised into the Millet System.

Under this system, each religious group was organised into a millet. Millet comes from the Arabic word for “nation”, indicating that the Ottomans considered themselves the protectors of multiple nations. Each religious group was considered its own millet, with multiple millets existing in the Ottoman Khilafah. For example, all Orthodox Christians in the Ottoman Khilafah were considered as constituting a millet, while all Jews constituted another millet.

Each millet was allowed to elect its own religious figure to lead them. In the case of the Orthodox Church (the biggest Church in the Ottoman Khilafah), the Orthodox Patriarch (the Archbishop of Constantinople) was the elected leader of the millet. The leaders of the millets were allowed to enforce their religious practices related to worship.

In addition to worship, millets were given the right to use their own language, develop their own institutions (churches, schools, etc), and in some cases collect taxes. The Ottoman Sultan generally exercised control over the millets through their leaders. The millet leaders ultimately reported to the Sultan, and if there was a problem with a millet, the Sultan would consult that millet leader.

The Ottoman Khilafah reigned from 1300 to 1924 CE. Throughout most of its history, the Millet System provided a system of religious harmony and belonging throughout the Khilafah. As the Khilafah expanded, more millets were organised. Separate millets existed for Armenian, Catholic, and Orthodox Christians, with each sect being divided further into more specific regional churches.

These decrees by the Ottoman sultans Mehmed II and Bayezid II granted the Greek community ownership of the church. The decrees and church remain in Istanbul today.

As the Khilafah weakened European intervention took place and they began to use each millet against each other – something that did not happen for hundreds of years. When the liberal Tanzimat were passed in the 1800s, the millet system was abolished, in favour of a European-style secularist government. The Ottomans were forced to guarantee vague “rights” to religious minorities, which limited their freedoms. Instead of being allowed to rule themselves according to their own rules, all religious groups were forced to follow the same set of secular laws. This actually ended up causing more religious tension in the Khilafah and was one of the causes of the genocide of the Armenians during World War One in the Ottoman Khilafah’s dying days.

The Millet System was a unique and creative solution to running a multi-ethnic and multi-religious, transnational state. The rights and freedoms it gave to religious minorities were far ahead of their time. While Europe struggled with religious persecution into the 1900s, the Ottomans created a harmonious and stable religious pluralistic system that guaranteed religious freedom for hundreds of years.

Whilst no doubt, the Khilafah also had many problems as any human state will have, it’s contribution to the World was unparalleled. The history of the Khilafah demonstrates that there isn’t a contradiction between Islam and Science. In fact, it was under the Caliphate through which scientists such as Ibn-Haitham were to revolutionise the approach to build conclusions upon the observable universe through testing and observation. The motivation for Muslims to excel in science and technology was underpinned by the Qur’an which encourages mankind to exploit the earth’s bounties for the benefit of all peoples.

“He put at your disposal that which is in the heavens and that which is in the earth, all from Him.”[Al-Jathiyah:13]

It also dispels the myth that the Caliphate has a barbaric view towards Non-Muslims. Whilst there maybe incidents in history of Non-Muslims not being treated fairly, this doesn’t change the fact that Islam inherently mandates Non-Muslim citizens to be treated fairly.

“He who hurts a dhimmi hurts me, and he who hurts me annoys Allah.” -Tabarani

These are but only some of the contributions of the Caliphate to the World. It’s clear that the backwardness and camel age attributed to the Khilafah is part of an ideological propaganda campaign to smear the concept of an Islamic polity. Today, Muslims all over the World have the desire to live under Shari’ah law despite the propaganda against the Khilafah. The only obstacle to this, are the imperial powers and their agents that govern the Muslim World by Secular rule. However, the arrival of a Khilafah based upon the method of the Prophet PBUH is inevitable as it has been promised by Allah SWT. The acceleration of the aggression against Islam and those who call for it’s implementation via a Caliphate by the World superpowers is only but a testimony to it’s nearness. Once the Khilafah arrives it will once again lead the World in science and technology without compromising on addressing and solving the problems of mankind.

There will be Prophethood for as long as Allah wills it to be, then He will remove it when He wills, then there will be Khilafah on the Prophetic method and it will be for as long as Allah wills, then He will remove it when He wills, then there will be biting Kingship for as long as Allah Wills, then He will remove it when He wills, then there will be oppressive kingship for as long as Allah wills, then he will remove it when He wills, and then there will be Khilafah upon the Prophetic method” and then he remained silent. (Ahmed)

Unknown author, Hizb ut-Tahrir 2 Comments [8/18/2017 8:15:46 AM]
Fundie Index: 2
Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 130723

[Highlights from a thread where a vegan complains that people condemn Nazis while consuming animals]

Carnists losing their minds about a few Nazis walking around together... Meanwhile they are gorging their faces on the holocaust of animals.

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@chump91: Have to seen the parts of Africa where the tribes depend solely on animals? Are you gonna tell the people starving out there they shouldn't?

@VeganRevolution: Do they have Twitter?

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What part of your lifestyle isn't Vegan - do you suck udders? Eat bird ovulations? Insect vomit? Wear animal skins? Visit abusement parks???

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@aveganmess: I'm a very strong ethical vegan and I do not condone this tweet at all. I'm going to have to unfollow this account.

@VeganRevolution: Thanks for letting me know. I don't want pacifists or apologists and socially conditioned programmable people here.

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@fuckinegghead: You are absolutely disgusting and this page needs to be deleted, you do NOT represent the vegan community whatsoever.

@VeganRevolution: You think calling a holocaust a holocaust is too punk. Get fucked you wannabe.

VeganRevolution, Twitter 16 Comments [8/18/2017 9:21:15 AM]
Fundie Index: 5

Quote# 130673

Would you want your parents to watch you as you watch the nudity and violence depicted on ‘Game of Thrones’? Your heavenly Father sees all that you see.

Jim Denison, Charisma News 18 Comments [8/17/2017 9:41:32 PM]
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Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom

Quote# 130674

The secular left in Spain dug up and mocked the corpses of murdered nuns. This won't end with statues.

Austin Rose, Twitter 3 Comments [8/17/2017 9:41:45 PM]
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Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom

Quote# 13630

[You're making false assumptions - not everyone has that kind of willpower (To resist teenage sex), and many teenagers certainly don't.]

Just like fat people can't resist eating, smokers can't resist smokers, drinkers can't resist the sauce, murderers can't resist going all stabbie, rapists can't resist violating people. For serious crimes people who can't resist their harmones or urges or whatever we put them in jail. For ordinary people who can't resist their mundane urges we do nothing because they only hurt themselves. Not that I actually believe anyone out there can't resist their urges. This kind of troublesome premarital sex has risen over the years which means that previously they controlled their urges and presently they do not. That means cultural changes are to blame, not some overwhelming genetic urge.

fieryfalcon, Naruto Forums 19 Comments [8/6/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Winston Jen

Quote# 130695



Myluminaryking, tumblr 5 Comments [8/17/2017 9:45:43 PM]
Fundie Index: 3

Quote# 130704

The sooner all organized religion is banned in every nation, the better and safer we'll all be.

God bless the United Nations for starting to ban them.

Every religious organization should be labelled and investigated as a potential terrorist organization because they all have some types of crazy or violent beliefs.

we can start with banning the American Israel (pro-Zionist Jews) Political Action Committee (AIPAC) and all other organized religion-based political groups.

Religious political groups are the most dangerous.

Jesus and Abraham and Moses and Muhammed are all drinking a beer together and eating pork sausage as they cheer on the ban of all organized religion. All current religions violate the good spirit of their original messages. so all should be abolished.

long live logic and reason and science and imagination.

with or without a formal banning, organized religion is on its deathbed around the world. regular people are absolutely sick of it and all the division it creates.

even the stubborn ones are getting sick of religion, especially if they have a gay relative or believe that religion and politics is a very dangerous mix, like the former Bushian Christians learned about his war mongering. Jesus was a peace maker, not a war maker. People are sick of the hypocracy on all sides.

I hope Iran will lead the way. topple its currupt, rich Muslim, nut-case Islamic scum clergy leaders and ban all organized religion in their nation. this will be a sight to see, and it will happen. iran's people are sick of religion rule, theocracy, and all of its oppression. they are more sick of it than anyone. they just need organization and guns and bullets to overthrow their tyrant clergy. maybe then other nations near them will also imprison or kill off their crazy clergy too. is America and Israel ready for a secular Middle East? who will be their enemy if this happens?

in america, i foresee imprisoning the Christian clergy for inciting people into conducting an illegal, terrorizing war in Iraq. the american clergy are complicit in fomenting that major act of terrorism. love to see Bush and CHeney and all the right-wing Christian leaders in jail for advocating and then orchestrating crimes against humanity and terrorist activities against non-Christians.

Imprison the Christian clergy for condoning and encouraging America's fine young people to join the military and become cannon fodder for Haliburton, Exxon and all the rest of Cheney's and Bush's "Christian" friends.

Anonymous Coward, Godlike Productions 4 Comments [8/18/2017 8:13:20 AM]
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Submitted By: Katie

Quote# 130672

Pastor Logan Robertson, an independent Baptist preacher from Auckland, New Zealand, said in a recent sermon that he would be glad to support two gay people getting married… as long as they were shot at the altar.

The short clip of the Westcity Bible Baptist Church sermon was posted online in late July but got more attention after the New Zealand Herald covered it today.

Someone just emailed me the other day about our church. I [believe] he lives in Auckland. He’s like, “What’s your view on homo marriage?”

I was like, “My view on homo marriage is that the Bible never mentions it, so I’m not against them getting married as long as a bullet goes through their head the moment they kiss.”

Because that’s what it talks about. Not homo marriage, but homo death. There’s no such thing as homo marriage….

That’s what should happen. Now we’ve got Christians that would rather side with them — side with their cute little fag cousin or brother or whoever it is — than with Christians, than actually preach against it.

The love of Christ + a hatred of LGBT people = This sermon.

To be sure, many Christians have already condemned his hateful rhetoric. But make no mistake Robertson feels fully justified in saying this sort of thing because he thinks it’s inspired by the Bible.

When contacted by the Herald tonight, Robertson said he did not deny his words were hate speech.

“Of course it is. Does it sound like hate speech to you?” he said. “If the world thinks that’s hate speech then that’s fine.”
When radical Muslims do it, it’s terrorism. But when he does it, it’s religious freedom…
Just like Pastor Steven Anderson and Theodore Shoebat, Robertson reiterated that he wasn’t calling on anyone to kill gay people — that should be the government’s job in his mind — but he also wasn’t about to take responsibility if anyone acts his message.

“It’s got nothing to do with me — they could read that verse in the Bible.

“I’m not inciting vigilantes … I believe it’s the Government’s job.”

This isn’t Robertson’s first time in the news. In 2014, he told a gay Christian author, “I pray that you will commit suicide.” When a reporter (who also happened to be gay) asked him for clarification, Robertson said once again that the man should kill himself.

It’s not often you see a video when the hateful commenters seem tamer than the person in front of the camera, but leave it to a Baptist pastor to make that happen.

Logan Robertson, Patheos 3 Comments [8/17/2017 9:41:20 PM]
Fundie Index: 5
Submitted By: Demon Duck of Doom

Quote# 130668

The ALT-LEFT/Antifa/Communists are Satanists.

They promote homosexuality, lesbianism, transgenderism, islam, atheism, abortion, sexual promiscuity, divorce, feminism, evolution, religion, democracy, dependence on the state, genericism, artificiality, authoritarianism, fascism, poverty, obesity, tobacco addiction, drug addiction, porn addiction, gambling addiction, organised religion, cheating athletes, violent movies, pollution, climate change, myths, hoaxes, hate, supremacy, division, trojan horses, malware, ransomware, ISIS, AIDS, Ebola, STD'S, fake bad news, fake child abuse, jealously, spitefulness, evil.

They promote anything which makes you weak and poor. Anything which makes you hate yourself and others around you.

They are anti-human.

They want you to resort to violence then you will be just like them.

TRUE SATANISTS are impostors and infiltrators.

They mask themselves just like a Trojan horse does.

They pretend to be your best friend when they are your worst enemy.

They pretend they want to help you when they want to destroy you.

They speak with forked tongues.

They are two-faced.

They have no honour.

They are the opposite of a real human.

They emulate human behaviour to trick you.

They want to lump you into segregated groups and have you all fight one another.

That is how they divide and conquer you like sheep.

You can destroy them by simply not buying their products but that means sacrificing something.

It means going without and you are too spoilt.

It means teamwork and resolve.

Remove yourselves from their groups and cells.

Stop buying their products.

Come together.

You won't get a chance like this again.

Erase all groups and have 1 which is against them.

Stop using Facebook and watch their traffic drop.

Go lights out on their services.

Do without.

You don't get anything for free. You don't get something for nothing.

Take your money out their banks.

Stop using Amazon.

Why not??

Anonymous Coward, Godlike Productions 9 Comments [8/17/2017 9:35:19 PM]
Fundie Index: 5

Quote# 33642

Masturbation can sometimes be wrong and it can sometimes not. If you masturbate thinking about how pretty the flowers are and how you want a puppy, essentially that's not wrong. But most times, that is not the case. I believe that when one masturbates a high percentage of the time they are fantasizing about a sexual partner therefore making masturbation lust. Lust, as the Bible states, is a sin. But masturbation is something that people in general should stay away from because it's hard not to lust whilst doing it.

Ben Jamin A Foote (Lansing / East Lansing, MI), Facebook 198 Comments [1/16/2008 2:41:33 PM]
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Quote# 130646

If #RobertELee is to be erased from history, why not erase #ChristopherColumbus whose arrival ignited genocide of Native Americans?

Geraldo Rivera, Twitter 22 Comments [8/17/2017 9:25:17 AM]
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Quote# 130693

AQ
1. Q. Why do you comparing people who hate pedophiles with people who killed millions of people?

A. I do not compare pedohaters to Nazis by a number of victims. I comparing their believes. Nazis didn’t kill so many people until they come to power in 1933, and Holocaust was started only in 1941. But it’s obvious that pedohaters want to exterminate people they hate, just like Nazis wanted to exterminate people they hated.

2. Q. My sister, friend, relative was forced to have sex…

A. Just like you can’t hate gays because some people was raped in prison (and sex was completely homosexual), you cannot accuse all pedophiles, because of children raped by abusive adults (not necessary even pedos)

...


5. Q. Why do you compare sex to an ice cream? Eating ice cream is not a life-affecting choice.


A. Sex is not a life-affecting choice too. And the reason why do you believe it is, lies in you cultural background and moral believes. Like in some cultures you cannot touch a child’s head, because “you will suck his memories” or like-wise bullshit. Your believe that sex is harmful or important has the same meaning and reasons, literally - it’s a bullshit.

6. Q. Why do your grammar sucks?


A. English is not my native language, and I never learn it’s grammar. I just read texts and watch movies, never do any studies. But I will be grateful if you will show me most common errors, so I can avoid them in future.

7. Q. Sex is harmful for minors. It’s a scientifically proved?


A. Sex is not harmful for minors. And it was never proved scientifically. What traumatize
children is social attitudes, taboo and shame around it. Therefore, not pedophiles are ones who makes harm to children, but people spreading irrational believes regarding sex. Because of that I call them pedohaters and drawing them like monsters, because they really are.


8. Q. How child can decide to have sex. He don’t understand the consequences?


A. As I said sex is not something that is too important. You cannot have trauma from willing sex, unless you will be brainwashed to believe it was wrong, that is how social attitudes to some actions are causing harm rather than actions itself. Though anything in this world have it’s one consequences. Like you can be poisoned from an ice cream, or you can be harmed from eating it too lot. That is why children needs us, adults, so we can watch out for them to not allow them do anything dangerous or harmful. Certain risks in sex likes pregnancy risk or STDs should be prevented of course, but it’s not a child’s responsibility.

Myluminaryking, tumblr 3 Comments [8/17/2017 9:45:23 PM]
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Quote# 13551

So what we have are two bulls here. One is satan-led, Godless liberals, who insist on pumping unproven theories down the bodies of children NO matter if the facts are proven wrong. ON the other hand, you have creationists who lack the courage to stand up to the liberals and say what they really feel and believe.

So they deserve their house to fall! (“A house divided against itself, shall not stand!”) God will NEVER bless ANY creationist who hides from truth for NOT saying boldly, “GOD created heaven and earth, and ALL that is in it; and he did this in 6 days; just 6,000 yrs Ago!” And then LET the satan-led, Godless liberals deal with it as they will.

I happen to believe that God created ALL in 6 days, JUST 6,000 yrs ago. I will look ANY teacher; or any professor; or any scientist in the eye; and state my belief to them; whether they like it or not. I am not going to hide God while trying to play their game using contrived words like “creationism” so I can try to sell it to Godless minds on THEIR level.

I will further tell them; that they ARE the quintessential satan-led, Godless liberal; for NOT stating their TRUE agenda also. And then we can agree to disagree; and they can go to hell, and I will enjoy heaven. NOT because of whether evolution is true or not; rather because I put my faith in God, and they put their faith in satan.

SO BE IT! (Amen!)

patdeeee, Yahoo! Message Boards 36 Comments [8/3/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: David D.G.

Quote# 130656

I hate happy people

I honestly don't understand how anyone can find joy in this unjust world. I don't understand how someone can be so ignorant to the injustices that are happening daily. How does someone live a happy life, while knowing others are sitting in their rooms and rotting?

Happy people aka Normies, must be sociopaths on some level, as that's the only explanation as to how they can be happy and joyful in this fucked up world. It explains how a Normie can live his life happily, while an Incel suffers alone, and it also explains how they can be so ignorant to the suffering of an ugly male.

With this basic explanation in mind, it explains why Normies call us sociopaths, it's a strange form of projection. They can't bare to handle the fact that they are the fucked up sociopaths, and not the Incel. In fact, all Incels are very nice people, who have been put through hell by, you guessed it, Normie bullies. So, the next time a Normie comes on here and calls you a sociopath, just remember, THEY are the sociopaths, not you.

Happy people are sociopaths, and that is why I hate them. They are uncaring, ignorant and are just shitty people in general. Being miserable and enlightened allows us to see just how fucked up the world is, and allows us to feel more empathy than the Normies that come here.

TheEngineer19, /r/incels 23 Comments [8/17/2017 10:28:06 AM]
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Submitted By: Pharaoh Bastethotep

Quote# 13555

Over the last few months I have been demonically attacked in my dreams. It would be hard to put it into words without verbally telling you what it was like but I will do my best.

In these dreams it feels like reality and yet in my dream I question whether I am dreaming or not (got me so far?) Something will just be kinda off and then BAM a person will change into a demon or demons and leap on top of me attacking me. In fact in the first dream i had i woke up in my dream (does that makes sense?) and woke my husband up to tell him about it. He got up and came to me and then changed into a demon too and jumoed on me and I realized i was still dreaming!
I will rebuke them in my dream and cry out to Jesus but they will just mock me and continue to attack me.

I will be screaming at myself to wake up and hitting and punching my face desperately trying to get myself to wake up. When I come out of the dreams it feels like I am being sucked out of a vortex and I will awake in complete terror, hyperventilating and crying and scared out of my mind.

I have had 5 of these dreams. the first 2 were in the same night and the last 2 which was a few nights ago were in the same night. I pray every night for the blood of jesus to protect me and my mind from the enemy but every once in awhile i am still being attacked.

I guess I am wondering if anyone has had a similar experience and what you all think of this.

extreme4jesus, Rapture Ready 23 Comments [8/3/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: writer

Quote# 13560

If God exists and if He is a tyrant--you need to believe him---to be saved

RAIHAN J, Yahoo! Answers 36 Comments [8/4/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 130676

(BF8211)
If you're offended by the roast beef/large hole posts...

Now you know how it feels to be judged, mocked, and rejected over things that are out of your control. While you get triggered over an internet post, imagine how fucking humiliating and degrading it is to get told "you're not tall enough" or (if you even make it that far) "your dicks not big enough" in real life.
Yes- We understand getting fucked repeatedly doesn't stretch you out, that's not how female anatomy works, stop posting the same god damn comment on every b8 post
Yes- We understand roast flaps are genetic, but as long as you're going to reject guys for being short or having a small dick, we're going to keep posting these low-blow posts
No- You aren't some genius biologist just because you told a few people (who are joking, mind you) that the hymen breaks during physical activity as a Kindergartner or that the vagoo doesn't get stretched from sex, stop acting like you are

(knajjd11)
cope, the vagina can get looser permanently:
http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/vagina-health/Pages/vagina-after-childbirth.aspx

(Rotunda_)
Sorry roasties, but Chad thinks your beef curtains are fucking disgusting.

(zielony4)
EXACTLY.
If women claim the circumference is genetic then now they know how it feels for men to be shamed for height and race and penis size.
Since women make fun of our traits, we should continue what we are doing.
Since its so genetic, Chad's on tinder should go and write "swipe left if you are wider than ___cm non aroused."

(anonymous92818312)
Roasties get so offended when their hole is insulted because it's literally the only thing that they have of any worth whatsoever. They know without a vagina they are just useless bags of meat. Downvote this if you're mad.

various incels, r/Incels 10 Comments [8/17/2017 9:42:09 PM]
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Quote# 130659

DemsArePerverted • a few seconds ago

Normal, healthy Americans envision one man powerfully penetrating another man's an*s and gag in disgust. Liberals envision that and think "Aww, what a sweet loving couple! They should get married!"

DemsArePerverted, Wonkette 17 Comments [8/17/2017 11:34:31 AM]
Fundie Index: 4
Submitted By: DiarrheaMan

Quote# 130627

DemsArePerverted • 5 minutes ago

I can't take any criticism from the Democrat Party seriously as long as they think a man should be celebrated for ejaculating inside another man's slimy poopchute.

DemsArePerverted, Wonkette 17 Comments [8/16/2017 2:01:00 PM]
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Submitted By: DiarrheaMan
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