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If you assert that muslims, and the rioters in particular, are children, then you could say Jones has responsibility.

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Submitted by Mark (United States), Apr 7, 2011 at 11:19

If you assert that muslims, and the rioters in particular, are children, only then could you possibly say Jones has responsibility.

Note the delay in the rioting, just as with the Danish cartoons?

Also note that Bibles are burnt routinely, including by the US military so as not to offend the afghan locals. ...

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