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Too bad us Americans aren't as brave... (Southpark)

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Submitted by PT (Israel), Apr 17, 2006 at 03:30

As many of you may already know by now, Comedy Central censored out the image of the prophet Muhammad in the TV show South Park, episode "Cartoon Wars: Part 2".

In the uncensored clip, available on the web, Muhammad is simply shown handing The Family Guy character a football helmet with a salmon fish on top of it and saying "Jihad, Jihad". Comedy Central did however allow a segment showing Jesus Christ defecating on President Bush and the American Flag. The latter was an obvious ploy by the Show's creators, cleverly placed right after the Muhammad bit, to automatically illustrate Comedy Central's own hypocritical one-sided censorship. (Read Michelle Malkin's "Cowardly Central" article http://www.nypost.com/postopinion/opedcolumnists/62417.htm)

Why do Muslims get their way while Christians, who have repeatedly complained to Comedy Central about the show for years, don't?

Because Christians don't kill people, and Muslims do. That's the only reason. Sharia, the Islamic law, is already upon us...
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