Another Question for Sam

Prove Islam is from God, why it is the 'One True Religion'.
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For goodness sake... give it a rest.
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antineoETC wrote:BTW, What does SAM stand for anyway? Sucks Arab Masters?
:lol:
peterpin wrote: No, SAM - "Semi-Able Monkey"
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manfred wrote:For goodness sake... give it a rest.
They began to lose patience and get bored with my words that hurt them. :vhap:
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What is this?

You posted the same thing twice.

And the topic here is found in the first post. It is about Muslim understanding of morality.... For example, nudists - terrible , but grooming gangs - not really a problem.
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antineoetc wrote:Really? The language of what is now Turkey was originally Turkish was it? The language of Iraq and Egypt was always Arabic was it? Of course there may be vestiges of the original languages in these places. Big deal! The Europeans who colonised the Americas did not entirely erase the indigenous languages of those lands. Quechua is still spoken to this day in Peru as are numerous other native American tongues across North and South America. The Native languages of India have easily survived British rule. The Dutch did not erase the native languages of lands they ruled for several centuries in Indonesia
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Present day city of Warangal in Telangana is actually originally known by two names Orugallu and Ekasilaanagaram.Warangal is the name to which Orugallu got twisted as that could not be pronounced by Muslim conquerers much similar to Nakirekallu becoming Nakirekal.Guntakallu,chagallu are the names of some other Telugu speaking habitats that did not get twisted due to rule by a different people for long period.Orugallu is of Dravidian origin.Ekasilaanagaram is of Aryan words or Sanskrit words.Both mean the same.'city of a single rock' as it's fort was built on a single hill.Word 'oru' meaning 'one' is still in use in many Dravidian languages but not in Telugu where word 'Oka' from 'Ekam' of Sanskrit effectively replaced it in the form of eka or okka or okkati.However words for other numbers in Telugu are much similar to those in other Dravidian languages and differ significantly from Sanskrit just as is the case with pronouns.

Today due almost a 700 year rule by Muslims,Telugu people of Telangaana seem to love Urdu words more than their Telugu ones and frequently switch over to that language to demonstrate their proficiency in that language of their superiors.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtwlBpo8uZM

When the time line is around 1:46,the cunning police man pitches friend against friend and with their inflated egoes and a sense of urgency to escape cases pending against them
they turn against one another.Of course , even the police man would have had faults/flaws within him which he had managed to hide/mask meticulously.So divide and rule policies applied on locals go a long way in stabilising conquests and in further spreading one's influence by gobbling up someone else's .So languages will also be replaced,albeit slowly using subtle means.
palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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antineoetc wrote:Which disgusts you most SAM? The picture of naked people or the sex crimes for which the pictured males were convicted?
In the European middle ages,some rapists were executed by hanging them by their penises.Post enlightenment,there was something called chemical castration up until perhaps the 1960s. Today such harsh punishments seem to be things of past.However the rapists can still be tormented.For example,if convicted,they will face solitary confinement which will surely cause depression amongst many of them.If they be treated with anti-depressants,then they will experience erectile dysfunction.That is also a form of castration.

Also from what I have observed right from my childhood,veggies seem to be a bit soft worded/effeminate.They have to once again consume animal products such as milk,ghee etc to the extent possible to stay masculine or to compensate themselves for not feeding on a meat based diet.So if the inmates are deprived of non-vegan food,that too will result in castrating them to a certain extent.
palli or halli in Dravidian languages means a village just like gaav in Aryan languages means a village.palli or halli in Aryan Mauryan Imperial era around 200 B.C designates a tribal hamlet.So many of those in South India are indeed descendants of tribals and are still keeping up that heritage.

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NS, is being naked on a nudist beach the same as being a rapist? Should anyone who does not wear suitable swimwear be castrated?
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