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Why Apologise For Danish Cartoons

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Submitted by diggerdeviant (United States), Jul 30, 2006 at 12:32

Why should ARLA or anyone else apologise for the Mohammed cartoons?

Nothing to do with the company.

I don't see any moslems apologising for Hamas, Hezbollah, the Taliban or the medieval ayatollah barbarism. Perhaps if the so-called mainstream moslems got off their arses and stood up for something instead of constantly blaming the West for their poverty, ignorance and social, cultural and theological oppression we might get somewhere.

I'm damned if I will get on the gutless, left-wing, it's all the West's fault guilt trip.

Digger

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