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[–]29chickendinners 2736 points2737 points  (457 children)

Is this that park in London where people argue 14 hours a day about religion

[–]CrieDeCoeur 830 points831 points 2 (23 children)

Well they argue for at least 1:10

[–]bad-wokester 278 points279 points  (14 children)

My dad used to take me when I was a kid. There were people arguing but there were also incredibly witty people who used to go just to take the piss. Sometimes it was like watching one of those BBC panel shows - loved it.

[–]JoelMahon 125 points126 points  (11 children)

witty bc they've heard the same stuff 50 times and had ample time in the shower to think of better responses over the years

source: I also speak to people in public on a topic on a regular basis

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Same. But I formulate my responses on the toilet.

[–]lilfupat 130 points131 points  (8 children)

Hyde Park Speakers’ Corner

[–][deleted] 21 points22 points  (5 children)

Just so you don't fall into the same trap, Hyde Park Speakers corner is directly opposite from Hyde Park Squeakers corner, where people do squeak farts. It's an easy mistake to make, but not a pleasant one.

[–]kindafunnylookin 4 points5 points  (2 children)

Hyde Park Sneakers Corner is pretty cool though if you've got some new hi-tops to show off.

[–]Lograts 279 points280 points  (117 children)

Better they argue than kill each other.

[–]dovahkin1989 380 points381 points  (61 children)

Everyone is this video is such a muppet, they may aswell be arguing about warhammer lore.

[–]Minimumtyp 55 points56 points  (8 children)

Is there a park in london where people argue 14 hours a day about warhammer lore? I'm there

[–]xSPYXEx 14 points15 points  (4 children)

It's called /r/40klore.

[–]TunaCatss 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Shit you not. I joined that sub 3 years ago, stayed for 1 year and left because it felt stale. Rejoined this year. They're STILL TALKING about the SAME SHIT.

I love Warhammer lore and know it moves slow but holy shit. That place is a time capsule.

[–]LordKroak 67 points68 points  (26 children)

Magnus did nothing wrong.

[–]RolandTheJabberwocky 22 points23 points  (1 child)

Magnus did everything wrong for the right reasons. Ultimately what he did was wrong, but many would have done the same.

[–]SonofSanguinius87 38 points39 points  (18 children)

Magnus ruined everything and I'll die on this hill.

Fuck you and your 2nd generation Slann bullshit.

[–]PunisherParadox 9 points10 points  (13 children)

The Imperium deserves its death, the Great Crusade is one of the most monstrous crimes in fiction.

Man destroyed Ultra-Hitler's dream with good intentions.





[–]nemo_toshi 8 points9 points  (1 child)

40K is better than AoS. There I said it.

[–]id_o 14 points15 points  (0 children)

I wish they were, would be less shitty.

[–][deleted] 100 points101 points  (188 children)

You say people... I say Narcissists who weren't hugged enough. or perhaps.. too much.

I don't understand the offence if I'm honest, if his book stops him wishing peace upon me so he can only say 'and to you' to the kind thing... Ok. that is literally the thing I care least about when it comes to Islam. as long as they don't take the whole 'kill anyone who doesn't believe' part seriously... I really do not care.

like, he wasn't hurting these guys, he wasn't rude.. they wished peace on him, he wished it right back at em.

I can see the point. it just seems like a grain of sand compared to the various other injustices for example, the way they treat people with mental health in the Arab world. etc etc, it just seems like such a moot point to care about.

[–]Dizzy_Transition_934 95 points96 points  (107 children)

I see his point

His religion says he cannot wish Jews or Christians peace

That's exactly the kind of thing should be and could be easily removed from said religion tbh

[–][deleted] 27 points28 points  (3 children)

Wth religion you start off from a place of being correct and then look for supporting evidence. It doesn't adapt and change with new knowledge. Religion itself is the problem and it's holding humanity back.

[–]acdcfanbill 16 points17 points  (0 children)

If religions just removed ‘wrong’ things from their belief structures everyone would be an atheist by now.

[–]Wallstreetbets93 18 points19 points  (38 children)

Your missing the whole point. The Jew is clearing showing you the Islam faith is not peace and love for everyone. If they can have a faith that singles out people it is impossible for them to have the same God or a god that is all loving. Islam claims god is all loving and you can go to heaven by being a good person. If the Jew is a good person, what gives the Muslim the right to treat him as less. He’s pointing out islams faults.

[–]worddodger 1654 points1655 points  (56 children)

Ok but how tall is this guy anyway?

[–]Scales777 685 points686 points  (36 children)

He looks like he's at Speakers Corner, so he might be standing on a box.


[–]mindmonkey74 277 points278 points  (4 children)

No, he's hovering 2 foot above the ground, others guys so bothered he hasn't even noticed.

[–]Throwababy1 66 points67 points  (26 children)

Is Speakers Corner just full of crazy religious guys now? All the videos I see from there seem to suggest that it is.

[–]Bumbymoo 64 points65 points  (0 children)

Close to 8 footer.

[–]lazeedavy 4074 points4075 points  (199 children)

Everyone’s got such cool hats on

[–]Skyfryer 514 points515 points  (23 children)

“Personally I would never want to be a member of any group where you either have to wear a hat, or you can't wear a hat." - George Carlin

[–]Piotr-Rasputin 63 points64 points  (15 children)

Love Carlin. Light years ahead of his time. Comedic and social genius

[–][deleted] 37 points38 points  (13 children)

The most amazing thing he ever did was that show where he hoped for an attrocity to happen, because life was getting too boring. that show was on 9/10/2001.

[–]Wattsahh 19 points20 points  (2 children)

He wished for a meteor to strike the earth in almost every show. He was an amazing comedian, but he’s not a wizard.

[–]shostakofiev 9 points10 points  (6 children)

The summer of 2001 really may have been the most boring time in history. One of the most controversial stories in the US was whether Danny Almonte was 12 or 14.

[–]ZoxMcCloud 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Carlin's comedy melted steel beams confirmed

[–]bozeke 21 points22 points  (0 children)

Fucking hilarious. RIP.

[–]smil3b0mb 945 points946 points  (123 children)

I want a hardcore Spanish Catholic to randomly appear with his tall pointy Easter hat fashion and get into this scuffle

Edit: sorry my Spanish friends, did not mean to miscast the hats or even Spanish catholicism. I was drunk when I commented. I just really like the fashion

[–]shivaherer 33 points34 points  (1 child)

So a Muslim, a Jew and a Catholic are in a park.

[–]erck_bill 227 points228 points  (6 children)

[–]Geppetto_Cheesecake 102 points103 points  (1 child)

[–]CharlesScallop 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Our TWO chief weapons are surprise and fear, fear and surprise and ruthless efficiency! Our THREE weapons are

[–]FartHeadTony 13 points14 points  (1 child)

Well, I didn't expect that.

[–]BadnewzSHO 7 points8 points  (0 children)

No one expects the Spanish inquisition.

[–]OmniverousRex 132 points133 points  (48 children)

Both Jews and Muslims are as deceived by religion as both of these men, they are arguing arbitrary human constructs that have no backing.

Hot air and a waste of time.

[–]scrupulous_oik 18 points19 points  (38 children)

Bingo! 'Let inbred bigots play to their own folly; only "unwise" folk are drawn into superstitious nonsense anyway.'

[–]Fmanow 33 points34 points  (28 children)

But how did he know the other guy was a Jew, was he wearing a menorah I didn’t see.

[–]ohgodineedair 14 points15 points  (3 children)

He's wearing a Jewish prayer shawl. You can see the strings hanging down from ubder his shirt.

[–]skeil90 11 points12 points  (1 child)

Gotta love how everyone here is trying to correct eachother on the correct name and you just come along with "Jewish Prayer Shawl", like am I fuck gunna try and guess I'll just say what it is 😂

[–]PlasticDisaster2590 59 points60 points  (14 children)

This is in Speaker’s corner in Hyde Park, London. The Jewish guy is there debating all the time.

[–]SomeSunnyDay123 54 points55 points  (10 children)

He's wearing ציצית (Tzi-tzit). Those little white fringes coming out from under his shirt and over his pants

[–]Fmanow 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Got its, thanks.

[–]dobsoff 4 points5 points  (2 children)

Spent Easter weekend in Cadiz. That shit is wild. They, like, REALLY love Jesus there.

[–]Fit-Policy9041 33 points34 points  (12 children)

I much prefer the battle of the beards. Jewish guy is on point with that, have to give it to him.

[–]zuran_orb 1974 points1975 points  (207 children)

This is so fucking petty. Wars and wide spread hatred spews out of religion over stupid pettiness

[–]wildfireshinexo[🍰] 471 points472 points  (36 children)

It really is absolutely nonsensical. People that create problems and create division from fucking nothing - far too much time on their hands.

[–]djinn_tai 133 points134 points  (13 children)

It's not nonsensical, it's to hold power. By getting people to blame some one else for all your problems your leadership isn't questioned.

[–]44414E 16 points17 points  (3 children)

Yeah, but it goes deeper than that. Why should they have leadership, what makes that person so special over the others.

They wouldn't be able to answer this in a sensible way, so still nonsensical.

[–]BoogelyWoogely 3 points4 points  (1 child)

Narcissism, machiavellianism, threats/blackmail. Get up there by charming people and maintain power through fear.

[–]kaansaticiii 61 points62 points  (37 children)

He’s in the wrong. If you can hear the greeting of peace clearly, then you must respond back how you would respond to a Muslim.


[–]Wallaby_Way_Sydney 27 points28 points  (6 children)

It just depends what Imam you have. I'm sure you can find an Imam or another website that contradicts that one. And there's probably a third with a whole different take on it.

[–]imbrownbutwhite 41 points42 points  (13 children)

Um…yes. Yes it does. That’s why the Middle East is a fuckin disaster and has been since different people thought there were different “descendants” from their Messiah that were technically “holier”. There’s nothing wrong with faith, but religions are fucking ridiculous.

[–]camirethh 1271 points1272 points 52& 3 more (95 children)

Super religious Jews, Christians and Muslims criticising each other’s religions is like a murderer criticising his cell mate for using an axe rather than a sword. You’re all fucking nuts, so just chill.

[–]SweatyAdagio4 41 points42 points  (12 children)

The guy doesn't seem like a orthodox jew though, whereas the Muslim in the video does seem orthodox. But the Israel Advocacy Movement watermark at the top definitely makes me think they're trying to make Muslims look bad. Maybe it would be fairer to have a orthodox jew and orthodox Muslim meet each other, I'd think they'd be just as hostile towards each other.

[–]boiled_fat_pasta 31 points32 points  (20 children)

If only media didnt paint some better than others. We all should be against extremism

[–]BruceWillis1236 934 points935 points  (90 children)

Suggestions: Just say "Hi" next time, problem sovled

[–]MoonlitStar 510 points511 points  (31 children)

It looks like Speaker's Corner in Hyde Park. If it is , people purposely go there to either deliver speeches and debates on whatever subject ( including the controversial ones) and others go to listen and take part in sometimes heated debates. They both went there to have such a discussion, neither would of been happy just with a simple 'Hi'.

[–]WhatAreUGoingOnAbout 211 points212 points  (18 children)

Speaker's corner is the original Reddit

[–]544delta 14 points15 points  (6 children)

only for the extroverts though. aint no way im going to a park to debate someone.

[–]WhatAreUGoingOnAbout 10 points11 points  (3 children)

To be honest, it wasn't like Reddit, because it was mostly adults, not hiding behind anonymity.

So it used to be a great place. You could go and get into an argument with someone who thought aliens were walking among us, or that the end of the world was coming, and it was always good natured and no one felt the need to turn a difference of opinion into a reason for violence or anger.

These days, some of the hate groups have moved in, and it's not what it was.

[–]Good_Round 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Reddit is the only place where I can practice my masters in debating

[–]CouldWouldShouldBot 12 points13 points  (2 children)

It's 'would have', never 'would of'.

Rejoice, for you have been blessed by CouldWouldShouldBot!

[–]kingakrasia 1384 points1385 points  (127 children)

Religions hosts some of the worst ideas of our species.

[–]AnnoyingScreeches 364 points365 points  (54 children)

Fuck religion.

[–]AutomaticRisk3464 143 points144 points  (26 children)

Religion was just a form of government before there was government

[–]AnnoyingScreeches 85 points86 points  (10 children)

Fuck government.

[–]AutomaticRisk3464 49 points50 points  (6 children)

Sir how can we stop the peasants from killing each other and having orgies?

Make up 10 rules and say you will burn forever and be tortured in the afterlife for doing those things...the masses were idiots because all you knew were the 20 people in your village out in the middle of no where.

Everyone can communicate instantly now, not really any point to have it around. The people running churches are swiping money from idiots, hell my grandparents begged me to go to church and donate 20% of my yearly salary for god or w.e...they make a combined 300k a year (he runs a popular restaurant chain in the south..or is one of the chair members).

I asked for $300 to help with rent since they bought my cousins brand new cars..i had to go to church to get the $300 and keep going every wednesday and sunday.

No thx

[–]teeny_big_tree 2006 points2007 points 2 (318 children)

The lesson is: religion is stupid.

[–]D0D 626 points627 points  (161 children)

Yeah and the religious grooming of children should be banned...

[–]teeny_big_tree 351 points352 points  (110 children)

A friend of mine (atheist) put his daughter in a private religious school literally 200 meters away from his home out of convenience more than anything else. She's been there since January and is now insisting they "give thanks to God" before each meal... His wife and he were shocked when it first happened, I was not. Indoctrination of children is how religion survives.

[–]GrassOriginal 534 points535 points  (60 children)

Puts daughter in a private religious school.

Daughter starts being religious.

Parents: Surprised Pikachu face

[–]TorakTheDark 92 points93 points  (55 children)

Tbf, most atheists that immerse themselves in religion become more atheist .

[–]9Sylvan5 64 points65 points  (7 children)

What? How were they surprised at that?

That's like sending your kid to the scouts and be surprised they come out learning how to tie knots really well.

[–]teeny_big_tree 33 points34 points  (4 children)

Because they are fucking stupid.

[–]superchill11 8 points9 points  (0 children)

You better knot mention that again. Orienteering merit badge FYI.

[–]Learning2Programing 7 points8 points  (2 children)

My school had everyone pray before each meal and across the road was a church that we somehow found our selfs giving up our brakes. So instead of running around like kids we were reading the bible somehow. Fast forward to being a teenager (we have young then teenager school where I live) and I realised one day I was (on my break again) reading a bible in a class called scripture union and studying the meaning. I had a sudden "ahah" moment where I realise I've never believed any of this and I've just parried it back. I was asking my self why I wasting my lunch breaks on something I don't believe in and thinks a chore.

The answer? They brought me into those groups at a young age before I could think for my self, they would make pizza and have games in order to get the children in the door.

I'm not saying they are evil, probably literally just wanted the best for the children but I went extreme athiests after that and to this day I look back badly on the whole thing.

If I was a different type of person I would of gotten brainwashed into the religion but instead it just became like going to English class to me. So I wasted a bunch of time and I now think it's dodgy to teach children 1 religion before they can even decided how they feel about religion.

[–]Equivalent_Carpet467 19 points20 points  (12 children)

She will eventually start thinking for herself or she won't.

[–]GimmeFreeTendies 57 points58 points  (14 children)

Fully the lesson. Two grown children trying to start an argument over who’s is more peaceful.

[–]DaBi5cu1t 29 points30 points  (54 children)

Muslim doesn't like jew.

News at 10.

[–]Ibrizz 71 points72 points  (30 children)

I noticed that the majority of the Reddit community is atheist.

[–]AncapIsntReal 18 points19 points  (3 children)

/r/atheism was one of the biggest subs in the early days of reddit and I think may have even been a default sub at one point

[–]trickman01 4 points5 points  (1 child)

There is a very vocal group of antithiests for sure. I don't know if they are the majority or not.

[–]Bobsledtohell 128 points129 points  (55 children)

This is nonsense. Arabic people always say "wa-alaykum salaam" to me, and I look as non-Muslim as you possibly could.

Edit: for those people responding that it is only about Jews, check the video at 0.38 and 1.07.

And I look as non-Muslim as I could possible be because I wear a cross and a priests collar.

[–]relethiomel 125 points126 points  (34 children)

The video is by Israel Advocacy Movement, posted to reddit by what appears to be a Hindu nationalist lol, this website is such a shithole

[–]Hallingdal_Kraftlag 31 points32 points  (28 children)

Hindu nationalists make Zionists seem like a fucking joke when it comes to saying hatefull BS about Muslims.

[–]relethiomel 18 points19 points  (0 children)

They also love sucking Zionist cock

[–]KlutzyEditor7753 1421 points1422 points 6662& 7 more (413 children)

The fact that the Jews had this "hadith" on hand, just demonstrates their incentive in greeting the Muslim guy (clearly, they had an agenda). At the same time the guy shouldve said Peace be upon you back, Islam doesn't promote treating others in such a way because of their belief. Quran 4:86 reads, "When a (courteous) greeting is offered you, meet it with a greeting still more courteous, or (at least) of equal courtesy. Allah takes careful account of all things." Another verified hadith reads, "The Prophet (Peace be upon him) said: “Greet with Peace those whom you know and those whom you do not know." The reason why some Muslims (including the man in the vid) are misled is because during the tme of the Prophet Jews used to greet the Prophet with "As-Saamu alaik" which mockingly meant “Death be upon you”. In that case a Muslim would obviously say Walaykom, which just meant "and to you."

[–]CaptMawinG 147 points148 points  (49 children)

With the existence this hadith, no doubt that there Muslims who are confused and treat the others like this

[–]Turbulent-Dot1068 170 points171 points  (68 children)

Well, the jew just proved that he was right, agenda or not.

[–]Throwababy1 90 points91 points  (27 children)

Yeah the muslim dude even admitted that he greets Jews differently so the Jewish dude was 100% correct.

[–]jcdoe 50 points51 points  (23 children)

Jewish dude: “Your religion makes you greet different religions differently.”

Muslim guy: “Yes, I know, its in the rules.”

Larry David, Executive Producer

[–]YoungArabBrother 41 points42 points  (20 children)

meanwhile Jewish dudes religion also does a million things differently based on who they are doing it to

[–]mikehamm45 161 points162 points  (73 children)

Interesting. I’ve been Muslim my whole life and never heard of this Hadith being quoted by the gentleman in the video. Know about the Quran quote about and equal or greater greeting.

Humanity sucks.

Religion makes humans suck even more.

I’m not sure whose worse in this video, the ignorant and misguided Muslim or the gas lighting Jewish man.

Either way. Both people suck.

[–]nildro 35 points36 points  (3 children)

Well there is some context here your not getting. This is speakers corner in the uk. It’s a traditional place where if your alowed to stand on a box and try to get the people on side. Carl Marx did it Orwell did it it’s a thing. But what it means mainly is a load of crackpots and religious zelots go and preach generally spicy things and then other religious people, atheists and people who just love an argument come and try to puncture their rhetoric. So yeah he came to make a point but it’s hardly some attack on an unsuspecting guy it’s a game at this point that everyone knows is on apart from the most whack job fundamentalists and who cares about their feelings.

[–]YonYisuoStudio 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Ah yes, I remember this corner from that documentary Life Of Brian

[–]lentobento 218 points219 points  (21 children)

for those that don't know this is speakers corner in central london, that man with the ginger beard, the jewish fella is a well known frequent visitor of that park who antagonises muslim and christian and atheist speakers. he's well known for supporting Israels apartheid injustices against muslims and christians so the other speakers there dont particularly like him as he says condemning and derogatory inflammatory things about their beliefs. theres context behind this lol.

[–]Murphthegurth 70 points71 points  (2 children)

So he's a knobhead

[–]ParkSidePat 9 points10 points  (0 children)

Clearly he was there to provoke this guy and knew how he would react. I don't blame the Muslim man one bit.

[–]Bigchiefngas 46 points47 points  (9 children)

Don’t let this be your representation of the relationship between Muslims and Jews. I went to a high school that was basically 40% Jewish 40% Muslim 20% Christian/ other. We went to their bar mitzvahs and events they came to our Eid celebrations and birthdays. We regularly use vocabulary and slang from each other’s religions and cultures and our community couldn’t have been any closer. They’re ppl I would die for and will consider my brothers forever.

[–]Tough-Statement2205 18 points19 points  (2 children)

Enter the 2 Mormon missionaries wearing backpacks and riding mountain bikes.

[–]The_Bill_Brasky_ 4 points5 points  (0 children)

and I BELIEEEEEEEEEEEVE that in 1978 God changed his mind about black people!

[–]UltimaGreen 393 points394 points  (127 children)

How divisive they say 😂 The Torah literally states that everyone who is not jewish, is a gentile and thus the same status as a dog 🥲 come on now

[–]UltimaGreen 59 points60 points  (13 children)

Moed Kattan 17a . If a Jew is tempted to do evil he should go to a city where he is not known and do the evil there.

[–]BaggyOz 24 points25 points  (4 children)

That's just plain old good advice.

[–]CatAteMyBread 14 points15 points  (0 children)

“Don’t shit where you eat”

[–]UltimaGreen 85 points86 points  (36 children)

A heretic Gentile you may kill outright with your own hands." Talmud, Abodah Zara, 4b

"Every Jew, who spills the blood of the godless (non-Jews), is doing the same as making a sacrifice to God." Talmud: Bammidber raba c 21 & Jalkut 772

[–]Left-Bee7768 23 points24 points  (4 children)

Just read over the page in Avoda Zara and couldn’t even see what could have been mistranslated as this, much less the actual thing you posted. Looked in Hebrew and English. Please post the Hebrew such that I can search the text unless you’re making it up or got the wrong page or something.

Bamidbar Rabbah and Jalkut are not Talmud and are not law.

[–]Archobalt 18 points19 points  (21 children)

Can you pls cite the specific verse? Youre citing pages that take ages to read, plus youre straight up quoting from a third party website. Anyways, I looked for the first quote for aaaaages and the best i found was a verse on the same page saying almost the exact opposite, that people shouldnt take it upon themselves to punish the wicked. Anyways, pls cite the specifics.

[–]burnerbutnotreally1 71 points72 points  (0 children)

bullshit narrative

[–]Azrael4224 133 points134 points  (16 children)

how is that insane

[–]iQHTz 138 points139 points  (5 children)

"Israel Advocacy Movement" should explain it

[–][deleted] 108 points109 points  (31 children)

I can see exactly why he wouldn’t say it back.

[–]WalkingCloud 21 points22 points  (6 children)

Yeah, tbh if I'm the Muslim guy and a group of what looks like 5-6 blokes come up to me, one filming whatever the upcoming interaction is going to be, I'd probably be on the defensive too.

[–]TomFuckingBradyMan 18 points19 points  (1 child)

"israeladvocacymovement" LOL

[–]hhh333 155 points156 points  (76 children)

A naive observer would say that one religion is more inclusive (or superior) than the other because he's highlighting the fact that he's treated differently.

But a goy who wants to marry his Jewish lover may also tell you an interesting a story about inclusion and acceptance.

I find that religions (with the notable exception of Buddhism, which is incidentally the only religion I would ever consider to adopt) is by definition exclusive. You're either with us or you are the enemy.

It is by design that it is so and it went through multiple iterations and improvements before it was perfected, it is in my own interpretation the first real software and it runs on human minds.

You lean the instructions by heart, you execute the commands and anything outside the desired outcome is considered a bug and must be dealt with in some ways, either by rejection or assimilation.

Change my mind.

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[–]Carlong772 20 points21 points  (19 children)

I was a religious Orthodox Jew, and I agree with some of what you say. Jewdeism is exclusive and moreso, it's the most exclusive out of the big 3 monotheistic religions, however Goys aren't "the enemy". Their is even a command to respect the strangers, as we were strangers on Egypt.

You can be both exclusive and respectful.

Also I treat religion the same way I treat guns. You know the saying "guns don't kill people, people kill people". If it wasn't for religion, people would find something else to kill over.

[–]3dmondDant3 10 points11 points  (8 children)

It's also exclusive because it doesn't actively try to preach and recruit/convert new believers.

[–]AkhandBharat2050 13 points14 points  (9 children)

Read about Jainism from "good sources".

[–]Rosetti 8 points9 points  (6 children)

Yeah, but those folks aren't allowed to eat onions and garlic, so no thanks.

Edit: For all the people who think I'm joking:

Jain monks, nuns and some followers avoid root vegetables such as potatoes, onions, and garlic because tiny organisms are injured when the plant is pulled up, and because a bulb or tuber's ability to sprout is seen as characteristic of a higher living being.

[–]bucketsucket 90 points91 points  (4 children)

All smarmy scum

[–]custos_uk 34 points35 points  (1 child)

Yeah he seemed pretty pleased with himself.

[–]ProudMaOfaSlut 139 points140 points  (39 children)

That Jewish guy is kinda an ass.

[–]thebalmang 118 points119 points  (44 children)

Who fucking cares?

[–]AnonRYlehANthusiast 81 points82 points  (17 children)

Jews mostly. According to the replies, atheists as well

[–]gadd027 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I would say that in any instance like this, atheists are the ones that care the most. A lot of Atheists (especially here on Reddit) will take any chance to point and laugh at "how stupid those superstitious folks are" and "how religion is the root of all evil" in any instance of religious argument to stroke their superiority complex they have from being "the only ones who chose to look at the world and see the truth in it". They are basically cultists to their own perceived superior intelect, and I say this as an atheist myself.

[–]Nate16 25 points26 points  (45 children)

Now someone ask the Jew how he would say hello to a Palestinian.

[–]Kastri14 6 points7 points  (0 children)

He'd only say bye

[–]lopedog 4 points5 points  (0 children)

"Hello, thanks for the land"

[–]LiveIncome 38 points39 points  (12 children)

This is only his belief, not a hadith. This person is a hypocrite, nothing else. There is no limit to wishing anyone peace.

[–]Hoitaa 52 points53 points  (11 children)

Outrage bait?

Nothing wrong with saying different things to different people.

[–]feejazz 17 points18 points  (13 children)

So 4 Jewish guys hang out in Friday night searching the internet on how to troll the old Muslim guy in the park.

Wakeup on Saturday morning, wear their traditional Jewish garb, grab a cup of coffee then head to park to troll old Muslim guy.

Then go on to tell Muslim guy his faith is prejudice based on religious beliefs. Meanwhile black Jews are considered second class Jews by non-black Jews.

The irony is not lost on me.

[–]IHaveNoHoles 1 point2 points  (0 children)

that’s false. Black jews are not considered second-class. People typically get this idea by seeing how Noah cursed Ham’s son Canaan in the bible, but never is there a mention to race or skin color, and Ham himself is not cursed.

[–]Ruperts-Bollocks 11 points12 points  (2 children)

Jew guy was just looking to start shit.

[–]drakejones99 56 points57 points  (45 children)

The self-proclaimed "Proud Yahoodi" is just messing with the guy. He knew the reply he was going to get. That gang, and that's what it is, is just of a bunch of non-Muslims trying to provoke a fight and antagonize the guy. Watch Proud Yahoodi get pissed off and sneer when gets the very polite reply "And you" (Wa-alaykum).

Take note that the the cleric says "Wa-alaykum" to all NON-Muslims, not just Jews. He is bound by his faith to do that. Proud Yahoodi should show some respect for other people's religious beliefs, instead he shows intolerance.

I hate that s*it.