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Submitted by Danish/American (United States), Mar 10, 2006 at 06:23

Why can no one here answer my simple questions? What of the Imams who deliberately made offensive pictures of muhammad?

Why do we hear of no outrage within the muslim community? The Danish cartoonists were not intentionally being offensive, but the Imams were. Bounties for the heads of the Danes, but not even a sigh about the Imams. Why??

Why are the non-violent muslims not speaking up against the violent radicals? Dima did, but that is one voice.
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