Is this really what the legislation intended?

  Yimbo 16:48 29 Mar 2010
  GANDALF <|:-)> 17:11 29 Mar 2010

click here well errrmmmm, Islam has 500 quotes for what is going to happen (generally unpleasant) to unbelievers so they had netter be prosecuted as well, so have I the right to be a bit miffed and start sending out the prosecution notices?...thought not.


  sunnystaines 17:37 29 Mar 2010

no wonder certain groups cause so much trouble getting brainwashed with that rubbish.

  jakimo 18:50 29 Mar 2010

in order to avoid religious demonstrations in the streets, Islam is allegedly free in Scotland to publicly commit hate crimes without fear of being it would seem

  GANDALF <|:-)> 19:04 29 Mar 2010

In all fairness the Koran was written at a time when there was a huge amount of persecution to muslims so naturally it was a bit OTT. Most mainstream Muslims have moderated their views with the changing and more tolerant times.


  Paul-1379466 19:08 29 Mar 2010

I think he is entitled to his opinion.

  Paul-1379466 19:11 29 Mar 2010

I think he is entitled to his opinion. Most mainstream Christian faiths teach you go to Hell if you have been naughty & be burnt alive till the end of time - Not a pleasant thought. What's the difference.

  wellshgit 19:24 29 Mar 2010

"Burnt alive" till the end of time? I thought you went to hell after you were dead!

  morddwyd 20:30 29 Mar 2010

"New legislation introduced last week increased the penalties available for people convicted of "hate crimes" against groups such as gay and disabled people to the same level as race crimes."

I think I should point out, without regard to the arguments put forward here, that this legislation was introduced to bring Scotland in line with England!

  Paul-1379466 20:38 29 Mar 2010

wellshgit, I agree that's why I'm not to worried about my end.

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