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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by koman
    Quebec is that one province in Canada where a good part of the population is paranoid about protecting their identity and culture.
    Oh, so Quebec is not multicultural, and doesn't embrace multi-culturalism?
    I suggest you get on Google, and try and educate yourself a bit.
    I don't need Google....I lived right beside the place for 20 years and even had a Quebecois wife .... That's real education...not reading shit on Google.

    Just because it's officially "multi-cultural" does not mean that a good part of the population is not paranoid about protecting their identity and culture....which is what I said. Trust me, real life experience is much better than Google.

    Just recently there was a story in the press about some asshole refusing to fill a woman's gas tank because he heard her talking in English on her cell phone.....yea, it's real multi-cultural at times. Like in most places, the majority of people are nice and just want to live in peace, but also like many places there is a hard minority that does not accept outsiders.

    From the info released on this guy that shot up the Mosque, he does not seem like the typical Quebec separatist type....more like some kind of hard-core far right extremist loon, but it's still to early to know.
    I blame the Americans......and Thaksin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Any rule against caring about people of Any faith that get murdered by some unhinged lunatic at their place of worship?
    Nicely said Sabang. And now back to reality.....
    You must have noticed that non-Muslims or minorities living in a dominant Islamic country don't receive much caring. (Now that was a bit of an understatement because I don't want my post to get deleted)

    These countries have slogans that Trump stole from them. Its even written in black and white for EVERY kafir to read.
    Muslims first !
    Make Islam Great Again !

    Now don't tell me no one noticed it here ? Especially the ones living in a non-caring country

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by koman
    Quebec is that one province in Canada where a good part of the population is paranoid about protecting their identity and culture.
    Oh, so Quebec is not multicultural, and doesn't embrace multi-culturalism?
    I suggest you get on Google, and try and educate yourself a bit.

    How long did you live there for, anyway?

    btw are you suggesting that being murdered at your place of worship is worse than, say, while waiting for a taxi?

    If so, why?

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    ^ If that is addressed to koman, he can answer. Moi- never lived there, just visited Montreal & Quebec. Very multicultural- I must say, Canada does it well. The fact that there are a few Francophone bigots (much as there exist bigots in multi-cultural Australia) does not change that fact.

    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman
    You must have noticed that non-Muslims or minorities living in a dominant Islamic country don't receive much caring.
    No, I haven't noticed that. Expat's in Indonesia, the worlds largest Moslem country, basically live the life of Riley. Then there are the Balinese Hindu's, and the Christian enclaves of Flores, West Timor and Madura (amongst others).
    The small Christian, Zoroastrian & Jewish communities in Iran each have their own guaranteed seat in Parliament, and co-exist with the Moslem majority quite peacefully.
    In the Gulf states such as Bahrain , Abu Dhabi, Dubai & Qatar the plentiful expats have no complaints- good money, plentiful wining & dining, even sleaze (very unIslamic).
    Retirees, expats, and the Chinese & Indian minorities in Malaysia seem to co-exist quite peacefully with the Moslem majority.
    Syria & Jordan have Christian & other minority groups, all co-existing quite peacefully, at least until the largely foreign funded- and in the case of Isil & AQ- largely foreign manned- Syrian rebellion. Who is funding and arming these Islamist rebels?
    Turkey has a sizeable, and growing, retiree and expat population- many from Germany. No problems that I am aware of.

    There is however a cancer within Islam, it is called Salafism or Wah'habism. Unfortunately, this cancer has been aided and abetted not only by Saudi money, but also by western foreign policy.
    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman
    And now back to reality.....
    Yes, please do so. Are you stating that 1.7bn Moslems were glad to see fellow Moslems killed in a Mosque while at worship, by a white supremacist loony? Or are you stating that 1.7bn Moslems are glad to see Christians, or any other religion, killed at their place of worship by a fellow Moslem, or even a murderer from any other religion? What are you actually saying, that is decipherable to the rest of mankind?

    I appreciate that English is not your first language, but surely you can do better than that.
    probes Aliens

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    ^ If that is addressed to koman, he can answer. Moi- never lived there, just visited Montreal & Quebec.
    No, it was addressed to you. Koman already stated that he lived in the region for 20 years.

    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post

    Expat's in Indonesia, the worlds largest Moslem country..
    Actually, the world's most populous majority Muslim country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang
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    I appreciate that English is not your first language, but surely you can do better than that.
    *cough*

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    Oh stop being such a girlie cybil.

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    Just pointing out your glass house.

    But carry on with your in depth commentary of places you've stayed the night in sab.

    Bahrain...what a haven of happiness.

    How was the pool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
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    You must have noticed that non-Muslims or minorities living in a dominant Islamic country don't receive much caring.
    No, I haven't noticed that. Expat's in Indonesia, the worlds largest Moslem country, basically live the life of Riley. Then there are the Balinese Hindu's, and the Christian enclaves of Flores, West Timor and Madura (amongst others).
    The small Christian, Zoroastrian & Jewish communities in Iran each have their own guaranteed seat in Parliament, and co-exist with the Moslem majority quite peacefully.
    In the Gulf states such as Bahrain , Abu Dhabi, Dubai & Qatar the plentiful expats have no complaints- good money, plentiful wining & dining, even sleaze (very unIslamic).
    Retirees, expats, and the Chinese & Indian minorities in Malaysia seem to co-exist quite peacefully with the Moslem majority.
    Syria & Jordan have Christian & other minority groups, all co-existing quite peacefully, at least until the largely foreign funded- and in the case of Isil & AQ- largely foreign manned- Syrian rebellion. Who is funding and arming these Islamist rebels?
    Turkey has a sizeable, and growing, retiree and expat population- many from Germany. No problems that I am aware of.

    There is however a cancer within Islam, it is called Salafism or Wah'habism. Unfortunately, this cancer has been aided and abetted not only by Saudi money, but also by western foreign policy.
    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman
    And now back to reality.....
    Yes, please do so. Are you stating that 1.7bn Moslems were glad to see fellow Moslems killed in a Mosque while at worship, by a white supremacist loony? Or are you stating that 1.7bn Moslems are glad to see Christians, or any other religion, killed at their place of worship by a fellow Moslem, or even a murderer from any other religion? What are you actually saying, that is decipherable to the rest of mankind?

    I appreciate that English is not your first language, but surely you can do better than that.
    You are pulling my leg? Trolling? Or just having a bad day ?

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    Alexandre Bissonnette ‘regrets’ not shooting more people in Quebec mosque attack


    WATCH: Prosecutors presented Alexandre Bissonnette's internet history in the months leading up to the deadly shooting at a Quebec City mosque as part of sentencing arguments. As Global's Raquel Fletcher reports, the court heard he made hundreds of Google and YouTube searches about large-scale attacks and shooters.

    https://globalnews.ca/news/4147441/a...sque-shooting/



    Evidence presented of the Twitter accounts Bissonnette was following. No surprises there.


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