A very HOT topic, islam-watch.org

alphacentauri
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RE: A very HOT topic, islam-watch.org

Post by alphacentauri » Sun Oct 16, 2011 8:50 pm

If you know Islam and feel that the site misrepresents the Qu'ran, vote it untrustworthy. Lots of Christians do that for sites that misrepresent Christianity.

Any site for religion or politics is going to have a mixture of ratings if they're saying anything worth listening to.

thegrimfather
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RE: A very HOT topic, islam-watch.org

Post by thegrimfather » Mon Oct 17, 2011 1:35 am

Aye, theres bias in everything. You can't escape it these days.

JJ Joseph
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RE: A very HOT topic, islam-watch.org

Post by JJ Joseph » Wed Oct 19, 2011 3:41 pm

<quote user="skander1345">
the whole forum (this section) is made to discuss ratings, and i think that rating this site green is not right, islam-watch.org is providing false info, and radio islam is doing the same thing.

They both need red votes.
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It's completely irrelevant if they're telling the truth or not. That's a matter of free speech. What matters is can the website be trusted to not damage your computer. Truth or fiction is a totally different topic.


JJ Joseph
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RE: A very HOT topic, islam-watch.org

Post by JJ Joseph » Wed Oct 19, 2011 3:45 pm

<quote user="leofelix">
Q: Are those sites engaged in the distribution of malware?
R: No
Q: Are those sites involved in frauds, scam, spam or phishing?
R: No
Q: are those sites listed in some blacklists or Trusted Sources?
R: No[/quote]

Thank you. That's the core of the issue. The rest is just free speech issues which we shouldn't be concerned with here.


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RE: A very HOT topic, islam-watch.org

Post by Keavs » Wed Oct 19, 2011 4:18 pm

<quote user="jj joseph">
Thank you. That's the core of the issue. The rest is just free speech issues which we shouldn't be concerned with here.
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Yes, it SHOULD be. Unfortunately this isn't always the case.
Sites with no products should not be rated down for content.
The exceptions being promoting hate or violence, or illegal activities.


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