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CAIR gets away with bullying

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Submitted by A. Woods (United States), Mar 23, 2005 at 14:57

A famous radio personality, a military General, and several evangelists had to apologize as demanded by CAIR because their comments supposedly hurt the sensibilities of muslims. Never mind that what they said was all based on muslim scriptures. Yet many fundamentalist muslim imams get way with bad mouthing all other religions in their sermons in mosques and on radio broadcasts , calling them false and saying that they will all burn in hell. What about the sensibilities of other religions, when these imams publicly call them infidels and kafirs, ...?
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