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Reader comment on item: A Muhammad Cartoon a Day

Submitted by JACQUES HADIDA (United States), Sep 21, 2012 at 17:48

I strongly agree with your conclusion. It is by vulgarizing (making accessible, at the reach of everyone) an event or a statement that its effects are reduced and it becomes an accepted fact.

Yes, the way to counter these sporadic riots, is to have every newspaper imitate the originators and make the islamic world realize that after all it is a matter of fact that we really do not care much about. Maybe only then the Islamists will realize their folly of screaming like they did in Paris <> because some stupid movie was made to depict some of Mohammed"s behavior.

Unless, Islam believes that today it is very close to a CALIFATE to guide the world-- and what is taking place in London today converting some streets to a Sharia observance is the beggining-- and the West has decided to give up, then let's face it, we can only blame ourselves for letting this happen as we did not stand to protect our values and beliefs



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