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Fundamentalist Muslims are poised

Reader comment on item: [Douglas Card and] My Day in Court

Submitted by G.Bisvas (Germany), Dec 7, 2004 at 09:43

Respected Mr. Pipes
Card is not a Muslim. What if he had been a fundamentalist Muslim? He would have gone to the bitter end to end freedom of opinion in USA, with monetary help from the rich Muslims who voluntarily or involuntarily, knowingly or unknowingly donate to such causes. Muslims are itching for this fight up to the supreme court. In other countries (e.g. India) they have won. Freedom of opinion for non-Muslims is what really enrages the fundamentalist Muslims.
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