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Submitted by Muhammad (Egypt), Dec 27, 2005 at 23:32

when you mock someone else's culture by political jokes or cartoons..is different from making fun from every thing that's holy to us.. no body in the whole arab world (which contains muslims ,christians and jews) can make fun of other religions prophets, because our religion forbids us to..please don't grow up the hatred more than this,your only harvest is sorrow..we respect your religions, i think it's about time you do the same..thank you
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