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A Christian version of Al-Qaeda?

BBC NEWS - In pictures: Marching on with the Jesus Army

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  1. Yeah, they used to call these "Crusaders"
    I guess chastity belt sales are going to sore, better invest in Victoria secrets end-of-times stainless steel collection.

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  2. I didn't see any bombs or guns, there has been no bloodshed. In fact it seems quite the opposite. I don't think either the Al Qaeda image nor crusader image is very appropriate.

    People are excited about their faith. This is a bad thing?

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  3. I think today they call them neocons.

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  4. Make the world a better place, punch Qwaider in the face.

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  5. Neocon: Neoconservatism is the political philosophy that emerged in the United States from the rejection of social liberalism and the New Left counter-culture of the 1960s. It influenced the Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, and the George W. Bush presidential administrations, representing a re-alignment in American politics, and the defection of liberals to the right-hand side of the political spectrum.

    Jim, this article is about Evangelical Christians in the UK. Nothing about politics in it.

    Evangelicals are for the most part, conservatives who have been conservatives. Please learn your terms before you use them so broadly and completely out of context. :)

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  6. Qwaider
    They?

    Kinzi
    Yeah, I understand that there is no bombs or guns, no bloodshed or any of that and Al-Qaeda started just like that, people enjoying and excited about their faith and they end up doing fireworks around the world.

    Jim
    Cons as in cons or as in conservatives?

    Stupid Idiot
    I totally agree with your nickname of choice.

    Kinzi
    You know what, I blame you for our ignorant about such things :D We have you here in Jordan and you never blogged in an "Educational" manner about such topic, Yala do it for us.

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  7. Jad, is that really how they started? Guess I'll have to do some reading up.

    Ok, I own that and am up for the challenge. :) You always make me go back to issue posting, yea? Just stick up for me when people get mean, ok?

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  8. Kinzi
    Yes, this is how it started and even at lower organism level.

    I thought you already know that people are always mean, being good, kind and understand is the exceptional case these days.

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