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Double Standards

Reader comment on item: [Theo van Gogh and] "Education By Murder" in Holland

Submitted by Ayesha Ismail (United Kingdom), Nov 27, 2004 at 09:54

When extremist politician Pim Fortuyn was killed by an environmental activist there were no attacks on environmental centres as there have been (numerous) attacks on Mosques in Holland. Neither was the whole environmentalist community demonised the way the whole Muslim community is being demonised for the act of one crazy person.

It is like ALL the Jews being all blamed for the Reichstag fire of even for killing Christ. This hatred has to stop - on BOTH sides.
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