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Submitted by Another one (Egypt), Mar 11, 2006 at 07:28

Thanks sword,i'm glad to have my self back actually !
ok,little disagreement in here...

i don't know about what you call " American tolerance"but surely i wont make it a general case if there was any left,according to the following reports we've had and the huge number of private humiliation incidents.

yet the fact that "the Arab/Muslim population of the US is 7 000 000" that wont support your point of view about the " American tolerance" much because that number is divided between "
- Arabs non muslims christians" mostly Egyptian / lebanese Orthodox"
- Jewish Arabs" Sephardic"kurdish & palestinians"- plus [ non- Arab muslims ] which also includes newly converted to Islam US citizens"and they have no problem in living at their own country ! ] and finally the "Arab muslims"..

If i missed your point of view,you also missed mine when i said :
[ No body was kicked out from USA or any other European country"yes",but was more like "if you have some dignity left,then LEAVE ! ]

which means they were humiliated much,only few couldn't stand that and left already while the others who ran their own business, having their kids born in US, or married to american women..etc those can't leave that easily.

[ every where there are good/bad people ]
Since we agreed to that point then there are no problems,but i'll add another note :

[ A person is smart, people are dumb panicking animals scared to death from what they don't know ! ] that goes on all regions around the world.

About the Danish Imams condemnation :

I've told you what i know regarding that issue and my personal point of view towards it.
" Why there isn't any direct condemnation to certain individuals,or riots every where ?"

See,it's a little rough to condemn something that was perfectly covered by media blackout as it seems,and to be quite honest the first time i've heard such a thing existed was on that board plus some other small web survey to decide how accurate was that information.

i don't suppose that any body in here has got your answer. That question should be given to the muslim arab leaders and not by you,by someone who represents the danish government for instance.Along with his request, he should offer a suitable punishment for those artists as well,yes that kind of thing should stop the riots for good ."even if you still think that muslims are making a mountain out of a molehill,you'll never understand what prophet "Muhammad" represents to us".
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