It is unconstitutional under the First Amendment to ban Islam. I am not Islam myself, but they have their rights. Also terrorism is a criminal charge that is banned. Islam does not automatically mean terrorism. Not all Muslims are bad, I know some.
The Quran does allow honor killing, but most choose not to do it, because most have morals. If they were to choose honor killing, the police and military will do everything they can. Plus, you cannot force a conversion. The beliefs are in the heart.
No. That's not what I said. First, I take back what I said about the Quran allowing honor killing. There are actually multiple versions of the Quran depending on the different types of Islam. There is Sunni, Shi'ite, and several other types of Islam. I'm convinced that most types of Islam do not allow honor killing, but only the very small types of Islam are the ones you need to worry about. ISIS, for example, is one of those extremist groups.
I was wondering when you would go straight to insults. Let me repeat what I said. Some versions of Islam want honor killing, but most do not. There is a word in Islam called "Jihad." Jihad means "struggle", as in the spiritual struggle between good and evil in Islam. They see it as an inner war. However, extremists use this as a lousy excuse to be terrorists. Trust me, I have a real life friend who is Muslim. To assume that all Muslims are terrorists, would be like assuming all Christians are anti-vaxxers, or assuming that all buddhists are in favor of ethnic cleansing.
Reasons for voting decision: Con wins conduct because Pro advocated for genocide, CLEARLY not part of this debate. S/G goes to Con because Pro's bad grammar made it so hard to actually understand the point of view Pro held, since it was only fragments of sentences. The punctuation was terrible also, so there was confusion where I didn't know when Pro finished the argument. It really took away from his argument. Con wins arguments because he mentioned the Constitutional aspect of this debate, which was really strong. Pro did not challenge this point, therefore ceding that point. Pro simply stated that all Muslims are terrorists. That is not an argument. That is semantics. Sources are tied, since none were used in this debate.
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