• Crush the Islamic threat to the middle east save our Christian brothers

    Islam is a religion that preaches love and hate but a religion that preaches hate can not claim to be a religion of peace it simple dose not make sense, so when a holy book preaches hate and love you are of course bound to get your radicals and peace lovers but you might say you get this with every religion yes but not to the existent as you get with islam the number of radicals is highier than you would get in any other religion in the world and of course this is due to its high number of followers and the fact that Muslim family's all across the world have around 3 - 7 children with the sole purpose of having them convert to Islam again this may not be the majority of Muslims that do this but that is quickly changing as more and more of theses Muslims that are born and raised in radical households their numbers increase, you do not see the same in Christianity in fact nearly every Christian family has children when they feel the time is right and for the reason of wanting a happy family, and now that times have changed you see the great migration of the middle east and the northern African countries which are dominantly Muslims countries they are committing a jhist don't know if I spelt it rite lol but that is in the coran and it says that the Muslims committing it should send large portions of the population to come into ours and convert the populas and this is what we are seeing today in a large apportion all around the world also how can you say no to a crusade its already beginning in Europe in the case that everyone is turning against them and what would be wrong if we did do it sure thousands would die that's it we kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity saving millions of lives by preventing them from causing more acts of aggression, rape, child abuse and all other manner of horrible crime's that are being committed in the name of Allah by Muslims again this would save millions from a holy war which is in my option looking like it may start tio boil up hopefully not but again saving all the Christian and people of other religions from theses radicals doesn't seem so bad dose it before I finish how can someone defend this religion of so called peace when what it preaches directly contradicts itself

  • People need to get along

    People need to get along - this is the pure fact which people don't really seem to understand today, at a time where immigration is easier and people are increasingly coming into contact with one another. The idea of another crusade is absurd, especially considering that it is based on religion.

  • No, it should not.

    There is no reason for crusades anymore. Crusades are an antiquated way of explaining away war and it is no longer needed. Religion should not dictate how war is performed. If governments in Europe want to have a war, then they should come up with a legitimate reason for doing so.

  • Not it shouldn't.

    I really don't think that Europe should have any more Crusades into the "Holy Land" and I am not even sure that something called the "Holy Land" exists any more. The Crusades were a violent attempt at converting the world to Christianity, specifically Catholicism. It was a blood bath for sure.

  • Most Absurd Thing I've Heard

    Of all the questions I've heard, this is probably the stupidest. If there was ever a question that shouldn't need asking, this is it. Europe has no business taking control of the Holy Land and the world doesn't need another party fighting over this tiny strip of land. This action would easily start a world war and would probably end with the death of a large portion of the world population.

  • We don't rule by force.

    No, Europe should not have any more Crusades into the Holy Land, because then the Christians are no better than the Muslims. The days where Christians and other faiths spread their religion by force is over. Christians should use love and kindness to spread the message about Jesus to other lands.

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