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Dhimmitude in America

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Submitted by EuskalHerria (United States), Sep 21, 2010 at 14:12

The sublimation of the principle of freedom of speech in this country is striking. What other religion would insist that no criticism of it or its texts or founder(s) are to be tolerated, under pain of violence and murder of the offenders?

Not only is the bullying of the pastor a chilling encroachment on our freedom of speech, but the forcing of the woman calling for a "Draw Muhammad Day" to change her identity and move from her home under murder threats, and countless other acts of intimidation are offensive to Americans concerned about their free speech rights.

Stealth jihad is active and at work here in the U.S. as well as in other countries. We are all slowly being subjected to Shariah law.

I myself am not in favor of Qu'ran burning; far better for the pastor to have read some of the many intolerant and hateful passages concerning fighting the Infidels and imposing Islam by force and trickery contained therein.

We must put up with over two more years of dhimmitude in the White House. I hope this country .can survive unscathed...

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