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This I placed here to remind us that not all Muslims hate us or America. Or are Terrorist.
We who call ourselves "Christian" need to know this just as there are Haters in our own group and society, doing evil against us and many others in His name.

Libyans Are very beautiful people just like us. It's only the bad that we see on TV, because there is no story in people who get along, have tolerance and want peace by respecting others in their diversity and uniqueness.

Placed on my facebook page by my friend: Maher Zain

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgDoaJFLqIw&feature=colike

Published on Sep 13, 2012 by intajj

This is a single statement by diverse number and slice of Libyan society. Condemning the violence that was conducted against the US Embassy in Benghazi Libya, killing innocent people along with Ambassador Chris Stevens.

شرائح مختلفه من الشعب الليبي تعبر عن نبذها للتطرف وتشويه صورة الاسلام على ايادي الخارجين عن القانون. بكلمة واحدة معبرة.
انا ضد ليبي
انا مسلم
انا ضد
التطرف
الارهاب
الاجرام
الفوضى

مقتل السفير الامريكي كريس ستيفنز
11/09/2012

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Respectable people are always in the minority no matter their banner or cause. Great analogy with Christianity!


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Thank you Wayne for caring enough to voice your opinion.
Just some other thoughts:

This is (I think) "The greatest threat" GLBTQ Poses to Society and Church. It isn't that we do not "procreate" It is that we do not see the world as they do. They see every one different as a threat, they do not care to learn about and respect others, their religion, culture, art, music, and all that. Where as our love transcends all that. With love we only see the person, and love them just as they are. Now I know that even gay people have the same faults as others, but I am speaking on a general level. We don't see a person, when we look at them as this or that, not even straight, but weather or not that they are a loving and accepting person themselves.

Our greatest threat we are to human kind is this: when men have learn to love each other, pass the labels, as we have learn to do, maybe then, the scarcest thing of all may happen, no more war, people will be out of the job(s) of killing each other and all that entails.

Even with all the wars that have been fought, the population of humankind still grows, in spite of famine, disease, wars, natural disasters.

Think for a second, if it wasn't for GLBTQ people though out the centuries, how much more over crowded and overpopulated the world with it's limited resources, would be now?

Is war and disease the only way they know about controlling population with the earth limited resources? They have Cures for many of human kinds illnesses, BUT there's no profit in making people well. which speaks volumes about the greed of Humankind.

Love, respect, inclusion and acceptance, so long as it does not harm anyone, is a scary thing. (For them).

Imagine no more wars, people not knowing or caring what faith, color, or where you are from, or how you see God, the only question is not even what your sexual orientation is, because that question would have no meaning. The only question remains, is "I love you, do or can you love me back?" and it is quite OK to say no, for love isn't selfish.

Impact of Don't Ask Don't Tell Repeal on Military

Published on Sep 15, 2012 by TheYoungTurks

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yjGHuDrQMQ&feature=colike

"The repeal of the policy on September 20, 2011 stirred controversy, and inspired passionate arguments on both sides of the issue. Now a year later, the first academic study of the effects of repealing "don't ask don't tell" has found the repeal has had "no overall negative impact on military readiness or its component dimensions, including cohesion, recruitment, retention, assaults, harassment or morale." Cenk Uygur host of The Young Turks discusses yet another example of Conservatives being 100% wrong.

"When men learn that they can accept and love each other, it is only then that they can lay down their guns, and embrace each other in total acceptance". -Written by me

New Study Shows 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Repeal Had No Negative Effect On Military Readiness-Mediaite

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0NAG_BaTSk&feature=colike

Published on Sep 11, 2012 by tjwalker

New Study Shows 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Repeal Had No Negative Effect On Military Readiness-Mediaite
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It is equally important that America recognizes Palestine as a state and not be one sided towards just Israel. All people need a homeland.

Maher Zain - Palestine Will Be Free | ماهر زين - فلسطين سوف تتحرر

http://youtu.be/foSbqLi6U10

Uploaded by awakeningrecords on Aug 8, 2009

Get it now on iTunes: http://bit.ly/q3UqRN
Awakening Records is pleased to announce the release of the world's first animated peace music video on Palestine. Palestine will be Free' is performed by Awakening's latest music sensation - Maher Zain.

This is the first time an animated peace music video has been produced on Palestine: "We are recognised as pioneers and constantly pushing the bounds of creativity and innovation. This animated music video for our new star artist Maher Zain is just another step in that direction and certainly not the last", said Bara Kherigi, Director of Awakening Records. Destined to be an international success, the video features the story of a young brave Palestinian girl who never loses hope for a better future despite the harsh realities surrounding her.

Of course I could be wrong, it's been known to happen, every now and then. : )

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