If you're new to our site, we also suggest that you take a look at our Chat Room Etiquette page.For your personal safety, do not ask for or give out your last name, address, phone number, email address, passwords or any of your Facebook, Skype, Yahoo, etc information to any person in this chat room.An anti-Muslim letter to the editor published by the University of Tennessee's student newspaper is causing a stir on campus and appears to have resulted in a letters policy change.The letter, titled "They're not all like that," claims between 15 to 25 percent of all Muslims are likely to "stab, disfigure, maim, behead, murder and massacre non-Muslims to make Islam the only system of governance in a country," and says anyone "not agreeing to deport all Muslims is committing Treason."The Daily Beacon published the letter, which cited no sources, on Thursday. Searching the name on UT's online directory returned no results, which suggests no students or faculty members bear that name. Whenever your mother yells at you from downstairs and asks you what you are doing, you usually respond with “Oh just doing dawah/Islamic work/MSA etc.” and you’re clear to go. After we justify it, people tend to dive a bit further into the conversation by exchanging compliments. Why send a pic when you know you won’t (or shouldn’t) receive a compliment about the way you look? Compliments lead to unnecessary flattery where everyone starts to feel all giggly and LOL-y. Usually after a compliment, we tend to bust out the infamous wink. okay lolz *transferring file boypose.jpg* This is what I don’t get about Muslims. Here’s probably what would happen if you get too excited with it.
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The newspaper removed Smith's letter from its website for several hours Friday.
It was later re-posted, with some typographical errors fixed and a few words altered, along with a letter from the paper's editor-in-chief, UT senior Bradi Musil.