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Rev. Samantha Poindexter

Very interesting, and I'll have to check some of those places out. Though I'm a bit disappointed she didn't check out my own First Church of Rosedale (Immersionist). What do the Satanists have that we don't? :-)

Scarp Godenot

We shouldn't buy into this prevalent idea that religion is beyond criticism and humor.

Our culture makes cartoons involving ALL religions, and all politics. This is our culture, just as it is the culture of others to NOT do that.

It is the censors and bigots of their own religions that are desirous of FORCING their views upon us, by saying we are not allowed to use humor in referring to or criticizing them.

Just my opinion on the matter.....

Domdom

The group supporting Al Quaeda is not so small and its members are very organised.

I saw them make some material disagreeing with Islam being removed from a sim. Nothing in it was insulting it was just showing some things like pics of muslims protesting against the caricatures (some of them showing slogans asking for the death of the cartoonists).

I visited some islamists sims and saw on some, some lapidation pose balls.

The irony is that they are protected by freedom of speech whereas they fight against the freedom of the other.

I must add I saw all that during a very superficial investigation I don't wanna imagine what a a deeper one would reveal.

Caty_Edenflower

Woot way to go Red nice to see your blog reprinted here.Now to the ones asking why your sim wasnt mentioned these are ones she found exploring SL on her own doing a search for her topic of the day.Also feel free to join Rltec as that forum covers all virtural worlds.

Caty

israel tours

traveling to Holy Land to promote peace and hope.

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