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Re: For ZH.... The religion of hate in one image and a few words



How's the situation in Turkey?

On Jul 24, 2016 2:01 PM, "Bastiani Fortress" <bastianifortress@yandex.com> wrote:

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> Islam forbids interest (interest as an economy term), and a bank in turkey has been taking interest in such a complicated way (i don't know how, exactly) that it claims they do not take interest and is halal to attract fundematalist clients :D Islam in many ways does resemble socialism, but it's still total bullshit in many other ways. (i say this as an atheist, living in turkey btw)
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> 24.07.2016, 11:38, "Mirimir" <mirimir@riseup.net>:


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>> On 07/23/2016 11:20 PM, Rayzer wrote:


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>>>  On 07/23/2016 10:05 PM, Mirimir wrote:

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>>>>  On 07/23/2016 10:35 PM, Александр wrote:
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>>>>  <SNIP>
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>>>>>  Thank you, Rayzer! It's extremely important to purify the True

>>>>>  Islamic Religion/Quran from all the garbage the western
>>>>>  fuckers/crazy extremists have put on it.
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>>>>  Except for the religious bullshit, it's not far off
>>>>  anarchocapitalism.
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>>>  Like Christianity... It doesn't HAVE TO be capitalist but note
>>>  point 5. "It is forbidden in Islam to ignore the reality of
>>>  contemporary times..." Contemporary times is Crapitalist times, and
>>>  organized religions, for better or worse, will go with that flow.
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>> I think that there's market-based stuff in Islam that predates Western
>> capitalism. There's also a lot that anticipates socialism. Building on
>> Christianity. I sometimes wonder where we'd be if Islam had gone
>> global before Christianity did.
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>>>  As little as I like organized religions they ARE a vehicle for

>>>  moving masses of people in a given direction. Too bad psychopaths
>>>  take over just as surely as they take over corporations and any
>>>  other organizational structure.
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>> Yes, too bad :(
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