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Reader comment on item: [Theo van Gogh and] "Education By Murder" in Holland
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Submitted by Funk Soul Bruhva (Thailand), Dec 9, 2004 at 22:09

Dear Ayesha Ismail,

There is no double standard. In fact, the "environmentalist" who murdered Pim Fortuyn, Volkert van der Graaf, was found to be Leftist Muslim sympathizer.
When he was arrested, van der Graaf said his goal was to stop Fortuyn exploiting Muslims as "scapegoats" and targeting "the weak parts of society to score points" to try to gain political power.

He said: "I confess to the shooting. He was an ever growing danger who would affect many people in society. I saw it as a danger. I hoped that I could solve it myself."
SOURCE: http://www.365gay.com/newscon04/11/111604pim.htm
The fact that Islamic murder as well as genocide is happening all over the planet, in the name of allah the moon god, is quite good reason to single out Islam for question. No other religion is responsible for as much terror and murder as Islam. The reason for this is found in Islamic scripture, which mandates the muder of all infidels "wherever ye may find them."

Islam and the so-called "peaceful" Muslims who stand by and do nothing to protest extremist behaviour, murder, and genocide in the name of allah, deserve to be looked at twice or three times; deserve suspicion and scrutiny. Even yourself, Ayesha, you only complain about "discrimination" against Muslims. I don't see you condemning the actions of the murderers and perpetrators of genocide.

Funk Out.

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