God_war_drib

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  1. Jonathan Schubert Jonathan Schubert

    over 1 year ago

  2. David Grimes David Grimes

    I find this one particularly interesting. What made you decide to use the shape instead of some other more recognizable icon? It works magically, great job, sir.

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    over 1 year ago

  3. Jonathan Schubert Jonathan Schubert

    @David Grimes Well as you know this is the shape of Israel - or "occupied Palestine" as I sometimes call it. Either way it seemed most appropriate for the message. Israel is a state built on the expulsion and oppression of others, on war, force, and blood. Regardless which Abrahamic faith lays "claim" to the land, all have fought over it. Needlessly I'd say, of course. So in summary - nothing seemed quite as appropriate as the ever changing borders of the so-called "Holy Land". God of love? Well we certainly don't have an example for that. No - God of war, indeed.

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    over 1 year ago

  4. Jonathan Schubert Jonathan Schubert

    A disclaimer - when I say "needlessly" I mean in regards to "religious war", mindless war.

    over 1 year ago

  5. Faruk Akhan Faruk Akhan

    Great.

    over 1 year ago

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