So the religion of peace is also the religion of "soft porn"

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    The most popular book at Guantanamo prison is:

    http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/Guantanamo-shades-gray-book/2013/08/16/id/520835

    At Guantanamo, inmates aren't just reading the Koran. They're plowing through the hit erotic thriller "Fifty Shades of Grey." And despite strict rules on library content, prison officials are allowing it.

    Rep. Jim Moran caused quite a stir when, after a recent visit to the US prison in Cuba, he revealed that the raunchy book was the most requested among high-value detainees at Camp 7.

    Camp 7 is the most secure part of the Guantanamo facility, and its dozen detainees include the five men accused of planning the September 11, 2001 attacks.

    Moran's claim is all the more surprising since, according to a Guantanamo librarian, books or videos containing "too much sex, too much violence, extremist or racial" content are strictly forbidden.
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    Maybe they can't wait for their 72 (or whatever the number is) virgins...
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    Hypocrites.....
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    I'm sure OBL had some FINE material also to go along with his many wives...again...Hypocrites....
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    The 9/11 hijackers frequented strip clubs while they were going to flight schools in Florida. Must have been window shopping for their 72 virgins. :slapper:
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    Every woman I know that read those said they read like a kid wrote them. I suppose that would be ideal spank material considering that many of the jihadist nutjobs come from cultures that prefer their women without clitorises.
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    one of the primary characteristics of religious extremists who publicly demand religious purity of themselves and others(refer to religious extremists of pretty much most religions including Islam) is the tendency to preach purity publicly but indulge in all sorts of sexual shenanigans in their private lives(affairs, strip clubs, homosexuality if they publicly preach against gays, pedophilia, etc).

    Muslim males are notorious in their indulging in a number of things when not in the eye of other Muslims----sexual affairs, strip clubs, porn, etc.....alcohol....drugs. This is further enhanced by their being a male dominated culture so the males tend to feel freer to sin when out of public eye(or while in non Muslim countries)

    Some things that highlight this are
    ---the NCIS TV series which mentions this type of thing in a number of episodes
    ---the book 'Icarus agenda' by Robert Ludlum(the author who wrote the Bourne series of stories among other spy novels)

    I'm a lib who is frequently accused of defending Muslims by cons on this board...and I approve this post
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    "The 9/11 hijackers frequented strip clubs while they were going to flight schools in Florida. Must have been window shopping for their 72 virgins"

    We live in Lake worth(a couple of miles from Lantana airport where they received training). And myself having married a woman who was a stripper(more than 25 years ago) then became a nurse right after we got married. And still in touch with the strip club scene in PB county---It is pretty safe to say there be no virgins at Mermaid Lounge(known to folks in the scene as the Spermaid Lounge), T's, Cheetah(in Broward), Showtime, etc, etc.

    It is also quite common in those clubs to see folk who are likely Muslims indulging in primo liquor, lap top dances, and private rooms in the back of the clubs. The strippers don't seem to mind the Muslims, because unlike most folks who go into the clubs the Muslims tend to tip very well. Wonder if the folks back in Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia funding terrorism know where there terrorist dollars are going.
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    come on. i've seen the same here from christians with bible verses in their signatures. and it was alot more than reading a book! no big deal.
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    I'm reading 50 shades right now. It really is a horrible book, and the sex content isn't very realistic at all. 2 thumbs down.
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    just pointing out that it isn't uncommon for areas of religious extremism tend to indulge in things they preach against---as long as they don't think anybody is watching....be they Muslim, Christian, etc, etc.


    "I don't believe the people of Utah stone-to-death adulterers like they do in Pakistan. Not the same, not even close."

    the adulterers in Muslim countries who get stoned to death are females... Thing is, both in Muslim countries and Utah the matter of husbands having mistresses, whores, multiple wives, etc is viewed as normal, acceptable. Both Muslim countries and Christian regions that are 'very religious' are very male dominated--so women are held accountable(within the religion) for infidelity whereas the men are not when the men are unfaithful.

    my point is, religious extremism breeds the same type of abuses(you might want to consider the rate of spousal abuse of severe beatings of the wife by the husband is likely to be high among extremists among Christians as among Muslim extremists)
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    so the theme we can all take away from this thread is there are pockets in any religious group who don't practice what they preach.

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    I think the takeaway is the prospect of religious hypocrisy is a bigger deal than how murderous a fundamentalism exists when it comes to judging all religions as having fungible social value.
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    Or that everyone here, that has no religion/spirituality, believes all religions are the same and that and all religious people have the same moral-compass.
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    i'm not picking up what you're putting down. while you may have been attempting to talk over my head i do understand the vocabulary. i'm just not getting your sentence structure here. maybe it's just my reading comprehension.
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    I thought it was only me that didn't quite get it. :grin:
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    i believe the ones who pick and choose what parts of their religion they want to live by while forcing the harder aspects upon everyone else, do share the same moral compass.

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