Not In MY Name

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Saturday 14 November, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Last month we saw multiple bombings in Turkey, then destruction over Egypt, countless other atrocities both here and happening daily in our neighbours, and now very sadly in France.

As a human and also as a Muslim, I’m appalled by these abhorrent, despicable acts of cowardice on unarmed innocents. And as for these scum saying it’s all in the name of Islam, what evil little cretins.

You do not act for me, nor the other 1.6 billion of us.

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25 thoughts on “Not In MY Name

  1. dunelight says:

    I have friends from all religious backgrounds and the debate going on in America right now about Syrian refugees is disheartening. Terrorists win when they divide us and make us hate one another.

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  2. Osyth says:

    Not in your name, not in mine, not in the name of any God. No blood is ever justifiably spilled by the hand of a man nor woman.

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  3. Thank you for speaking for many, many people.

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  4. A truly inspiring post Spike … Bless

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  6. Colin Huggins says:

    I believe it is now at the stage of “uncontrollable”. I applaud you for your words.
    I am glad that as an act of defiance the G20 is going ahead in Istanbul.
    I should imagine Istanbul is on an alert unheard of?
    We should all just say as people of the free – ” JE SUIS FRANCAIS”.
    Colin

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  7. happyface313 says:

    🙂 Thank you! You’ve found wonderful words for your feelings.
    Have a very HAPPY weekend 🙂

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  8. It breaks my heart to see what is happening. And I’m pretty darn sure it breaks His heart, too. Blessings, Spike.

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  9. dayphoto says:

    I stand up and applaud you!!! You say for all of us how we all feel!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

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  10. War and atrocities, talks and peace deals, out pouring’s of sympathy, expressions of outrage. Politicians make grand statements, the media cover the subject and we drown in there words and images …until the next comes along and the current disaster is forgotten. Nothing ever seems to change and the innocent continue to suffer…… .

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  11. fredrieka says:

    I applaud your integrity and your brave comments here , thank you so much. As a Christian I am appalled at time to the behavior of some. Thank you for this post

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