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Cartoons in poor taste

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Submitted by Pigfoot (United States), Feb 5, 2006 at 16:51

I saw the cartoons in question on Fox News (in the USA). They were not that good anyway and Fox discontinued showing them. Most were in poor taste (vulgar is the word), the only good one was the Prophet with the bomb as a headress. I have seen more offensive political cartoons of Bush and other Western leaders than this of the poor little guy with a bomb on his head. The bomb on the head portrays exactly what many of us who are knowledgable think about Islam.
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