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Reader comment on item: Mocking Muhammad Is Not Hate Speech
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Submitted by ToxicHash (United States), Oct 4, 2012 at 22:22

We know what Mark said and Luke said. But what did God say? Any idea?

Muslims cannot tolerate insults against the prophet because to them Allah and the prophet are even more important than themselves.

You insult Allah or the prophet, it is the same as you insulting each individual muslim in this world.

Now explain where first amendment gives you to insult anyone

Christians and Jews may be able to see their God as less important (which explains the general decline in morals), but don't generalize that to the Muslims.

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