Rob Rogers for March 24, 2016

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    OmqR-IV.0  over 8 years ago

    " destroyed secular Muslim societies"

    You’re lobbing these grenades with tremendous irony. I’m amused.

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    wolfhoundblues1  over 8 years ago

    Then do something about it. That includes accepting the ways of the host country you live in now.

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    StCleve72  over 8 years ago

    Which God are you referring to?

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    alexzabala  over 8 years ago

    No it’s bad religion. Good religion doesn’t encourage that….oh oh I just opened a Pandora’s Box

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    Happy Two Shoes  over 8 years ago

    I feel so sorry for refugees trying to escape Isis only to have them show up in Europe.

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    Mr. Blawt  over 8 years ago

    That is the GOP presidential nominee under that burka! fueling the fire and leading more recruits to radical Islamic terror. It is radical because they don’t spend the billions that we do to destroy them. All the terrorist out there are Muslims except the 94% of terrorist attacks that are carried out by non-Muslims. There is no plan to take over America with their religion. The hysterical unfounded fears of Sharia law have been used by the right wing fear mongers to scare up votes. More Americans were killed by toddlers than by Muslims in the U.S. So has household furniture. Islam teaches peace a single digit percentage of terrorists happen to be Muslim, while Muslims play an essential role in fighting terrorism. They hate ISIS as much as you do, probably more because Muslims are the largest victims of ISIS terror. Muslims help communities when black churches get burned down, the San Bernardo victims, helping to alleviate the Flint water crisis and breaking gender stereotypes. Muslims are Americans, they have been here since the birth of our nation and have played a role in our country. If you only see Muslims as the person on the right, take a look – it is the fear of the leader of the Republican party – they want you to hate that person on the left…

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    braindead Premium Member over 8 years ago

    FNT, is there a Middle Eastern government or faction that you think we should be supporting, or that you support?

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    californicated1  over 8 years ago

    When Muslim communities start embracing their separateness from other Muslim communities and sects, then maybe we would believe those that espouse that they are non-violent and harbor no hatred toward the West despite living with the modern conveniences that our technology—some of which they helped to engineer—brings us and makes it easier for everybody to survive and even thrive for that matter.Muslims have used the analogy of American Indians to describe their cases to us, but at the same time ignore our history when it comes to how we dealt with all those aboriginal peoples and that we did not declare war against all of those people together, but dealt with them separately over our history, because not all of those tribes were against us.Some tribes used my ancestors against their rivals and once we dealt with the rivals, we then dealt with the tribe that remained and as the Cherokee learned, we had our own agenda to follow after the Choctaw and Seminole were vanquished, not the Cherokee’s agenda.And the Muslim communities better learn to recognize that, too.

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    Dtroutma  over 8 years ago

    About 60,000 in ISIL, even if you multiply by a factor of ten, not close to the 1.6 BILLION non-radical Muslims. Want radical? Looked at Likud and the radical Zionists, or radical evangelicals like Cruz, or just radical nuts like Trump.

    Dropping more bombs on Iraq, Afghanistan and controlling their countries, or bombing more in Syria when we don’t even know which side to pick, nothing radical or slightly insane there, right?

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    alex Coke Premium Member over 8 years ago

    Thanks for the comic!

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