Islam should be irradicated in the U.S
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Round 1- con accepts challenge
Round 2- Logos
Round 3- debaters further support arguments
Muslims are living viruses, and anyone who is not a muslim is the bacterium or cell. Their objective is to kill people in order to spread their religion. Allow me to explain the rest of the connection.
1. Viruses don't kill other viruses. Muslims don't kill other Muslims of the same branch.
2. Viruses kill what SHOULD be in the body. If you try to kill somebody solely because they practice a different religion than you do, are you not violating their religious freedom?
3. Viruses can spread either quickly or in an unbeknownst manner. According to askville.amazon.com, the Islamic population of the United States jumped in 2001-2005 from %0.5 to %20.
Although the Quran does command Muslims to kill infidels, there are also parts of the Bible where the Israelites are commanded by God to kill people of other religions. Most Christians know that those commands aren't for them, and in the same way, most Muslims know that the Quran's violent commands don't apply to them. The vast majority of Muslims are peaceful and kind people who deserve to practice whatever religion they choose, just like you.
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Vote Placed by Cermank 3 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Con successfully rebutted Pros points likening Muslims to viruses by bringing up relavant portions of the bible itself. Although the Trojons horse argument was an interesting one, it wasn't based on logic since - 1. Muslims DO kill other Muslims ( see: Shia-Sunni) 2. The argument wasnt based on empirical evidence, as pointed out by Con.
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