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No risk to anyone's life for beef hamburgers

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Submitted by Prashant (United States), Sep 22, 2012 at 14:30

Dear Dr Pipes:

Even if someone had offended Hindus and Hinduism by referring to holy cows and beef burgers, for the most part, there is no serious threat to his life or property. You can even draw cow cartoons one per day! But you probably don't need them!

If Islamists learn to be thoughtful instead of reactionary about the Muhammad cartoons, there will not be any need for Muhammad cartoons.

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