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Vicious Victims

Reader comment on item: Qaddafi's Daughter Hana

Submitted by jd (United States), Sep 1, 2011 at 20:10

There seems to be a pattern in Islamic politics and culture of launching brazen attacks against infidels and then crying foul when the inevitable retaliation occurs. This must derive from the dualistic morality of Islam which posits one standard for believers and another, lesser one, for unbelievers considered inferior.

It's much better to practise the Golden Rule for everyone. That way you don't have to worry as much about retaliation.

By the way, does Hana have any sisters?

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