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Man Hangs ISIS Flag Outside Home

With all the hate and genocide associated with this group, why else would you hang it outside your home? Well, a man in NJ has hung this disgusting flag outside his home supposedly for what it says and not for support of ISIS.  I understand it has supposedly been hung on Ramadan for 10 years, but common sense says that it has been tarnished by the genocidal actions of an extremist group.  Just take the swastika as an example of a positive symbol tarnished by an extremist group.  The swastika originally was a symbol of good luck and can be seen in Buddhist spiritual artwork.  However, because of the bloody genocide committed under the symbol no one, other than hate mongering malcontents, wave the flag anymore nor have the swastika anywhere.  So why should it be different for the ISIS flag? It has become a symbol of hate and genocide and should be treated as such.  Hang it in your home if you feel its important to you but not outside the house. People won’t see it your way because of how blood covered the flag is now. It stinks that those who hang it for innocent purposes are now condemned, but you need to employ common sense these days when hanging flags outside your home.  

I do hope the ignorant folks who posted this mans address get charged with something.  By posting this mans address you put him in danger by hateful morons who won’t understand this mans intentions no matter how despised this flag is.  Once again it’s common sense that seems to be dwindling in our society. 

I hope that cooler heads prevail and nothing more happens with this.  We have enough hate and violence in this country at the moment, we don’t need more.  We need more understanding and more unity between the people of America.

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