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In bad taste...but if the shoe fits?

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Submitted by Ephraiim ben David Leib (United States), Mar 1, 2009 at 12:04

While the Bumper Sticker may have been incendiary (but true); it's message is trivial when compared to the hateful, institutionalized Anti-Jewish/Zionist rhetoric sponsored by even "Moderate" Islamic Governments. Jews are routinely referred to as Apes, Pigs, Garbage, and other derogatory terms. Judaism is referred to as a "Gutter Religion".

So, as usual, the Islamic World plays the double standard: Ok for them to bash and insult Jews and Judaism, but heaven forbid if someone makes fun of Islam.

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