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no freedom of speech in islam

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Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), Jun 2, 2007 at 07:59

We have seen a lack of freedom in islamic countries and now this type of action is coming here.

People in the west are being attacked for their thoughts and words , Salmon Rushdie is a clear example and Theo Van Gogh in Holland , and cartoon drawers in Denmark.

It is happening far too often and we are doing nothing. When there were attacks against the book the Satanic Verses , it should have been bought by the hundreds by governments and then given away to people , just to say NO, we are not going to be controlled by islam.

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