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  • Premier Icon D0NK
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    surprised you didn’t jump in to the fray.

    or were you undecided about which religion you didn’t believe in to stick up for? 😉

    Mr Woppit
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    I might have been tempted to set up between them with a “All religion is b*llsh*t” poster…

    Then they could both have got together for a nice ecumenical “let’s all beat on the Atheist” fun afternoon.

    Premier Icon unklehomered
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    Next time set up your own table and start offering people “This attactive coffee machine” if they convert to Molgripsology.

    Premier Icon miketually
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    I’m shocked that Muslims and Christians didn’t get on. I don’t think there’s ever been any problems between them before.

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    I’m shocked that Muslims and Christians didn’t get on. I don’t think there’s ever been any problems between them before

    the overseas part of the twinning ceremony for Jerusalem/Camelot got a bit rowdy, IIRR

    thegreatape
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    Next time set up your own table…

    It wasn’t his turn to have a stall

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    In Cardiff today there was a fairly large group of Christian Evangelists wanting to talk to people about Jesus. Just a few yards away a Muslim had set up a table wanting to talk to people about Islam.

    The Christians tried to get him to move on, telling him he couldn’t be where he was and he had to leave, taking offence at the fact he was a Muslim. A passer waded in to back up the Muslim since was on his own.

    Unbelievable. I didn’t stay for the argument, but on the way back some time later the Christians had gone and the Muslim was still there.

    This sounds like the setup for a MrNutt style allegory, but it’s not.

    vickypea
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    If one group set up their table first and the second then set their table up purely because of the presence of the first group, that could be seen as a bit confrontational.

    Junkyard
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    Surely one lot should have turned the other cheek?

    were you undecided about which religion you didn’t believe in to stick up for?

    chuckles and my first thoughts as well

    Premier Icon molgrips
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    Christians didn’t have a stall, they were just on foot, which is why I think they buggered off. The point is, the Christians were blatantly not practicing what they actually preach about loving thy neighbour. The Muslim guy was literally their neighbour for the day and they told him to sod off 🙂

    surfer
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    or were you undecided about which religion you didn’t believe in to stick up for?

    😀

    cheekyboy
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    Your appreciation of diversity and sense of righteousness is something to behold.

    loum
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    A disagreement on a Cardiff street that didn’t end in fistycuffs.
    It’s a bloody miracle , that’s what it is.

    vickypea
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    I would probably have tried to get them all to make friends 🙂

    PeterPoddy
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    I’m shocked that Muslims and Christians didn’t get on. I don’t think there’s ever been any problems between them before

    The bizarre thing is that they both believe in the same god.
    Jews
    Christians
    Muslims
    Same god, different prophets.

    enfht
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    Same god, different prophets

    OK smart ass, photos/pictures or it didn’t happen.

    wordnumb
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    Same god, different prophets.

    Not really, Islam considers Jesus a prophet.

    In a situation such as that described by molgrips I tend to base my decision on what promotional freebies are available from either stall. Biros are good, so long as the organisation hasn’t bought those cheap pens with hardly any ink, a kite would also be a good idea so long as the beach isn’t particularly crowded – though of course everyone on a beach should wear a helmet at all times as they are potentially dangerous places.

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    Muslim guy had some material, Christians didn’t. He also put P.B.U.H after the prophet’s name instead of writing out ‘peace be upon him’ which I found amusing 🙂

    chewkw
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    PeterPoddy – Member

    I’m shocked that Muslims and Christians didn’t get on. I don’t think there’s ever been any problems between them before

    The bizarre thing is that they both believe in the same god.
    Jews
    Christians
    Muslims
    Same god, different prophets.

    The proper order should be …

    Egyptian Gods … the Egyptian started the concept first.
    Jews
    Christians
    Muslims

    Then they try to better each other but then the original ones have been claimed by the Egyptian.

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    The proper order should be …

    Egyptian Gods … the Egyptian started the concept first.
    Jews
    Christians
    Muslims

    If we are being Middle-Eastern centric. Other continents may disagree in pan-theonistic origins. 8)

    chewkw
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    Coyote – Member

    The proper order should be …

    Egyptian Gods … the Egyptian started the concept first.
    Jews
    Christians
    Muslims

    If we are being Middle-Eastern centric. Other continents may disagree in pan-theonistic origins.

    Yes, of course others may disagree but since the thread started with Abrahamic faith I thought I would start from the Egyptian … 😆

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