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Old 26th June 2008
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Default Infraction for Composer: Insulting a another Forum Member

Post: God Promises a Prophet like Moses (May God's Peace and Light upon him)
User: Composer
Infraction: Insulting a another Forum Member
Points: 500

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Bullying and Intimidation
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Bullying
Bullying in any form is not acceptable on this forum.

You have been warned so many times about your behaviour and you have continued to intimidate users on the forum particularly Danage by directing repeated put-downs against him, this is a violation of the forum's rules.

Opinions
Danage voiced an opinion on the forum, which he has every right to do. It is wrong to insult and intimidate others simply because you don't agree with them.

Motive
You have saturated the forum with a large number of predominantly hostile posts using a tactic of completely refuting all opinions put forward by other users and demanding evidence and proof for every single point mentioned. Your attitude suggests that you are not interested in debate, only in enforcing your own beliefs from another church. If that is the case then your continued presence on the forum should be monitored as it is clear that your motive is to cause harm! Frankly your behaviour is shameful and any other forum would have banned you long ago. But I will give you a chance.

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We are happy to debate Religion with you as long as it is conducted in a friendly, respectful, topical, logical and objective manner. If you continue in the vein you have been accustomed to so far, then no one will entertain you!
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I couldn't agree more. What is the matter with Muslims believing in their prophet, Muhammad (pbuh)? Why must you attack anyone who disagrees with you Composer? We would all appreciate it, and be thankful, if you stopped in this manner and changed your attitude and the way you write things. Thank you in advance.
You obviously have little understanding on this matter also Danage. If you had read the records by Historians and even read the Qur'an itself you would understand why Muslims should flee from Muhammed, not embrace him.

You should do some homework before making these ongoing silly and baseless remarks of yours.

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