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Reader comment on item: Amazon.com's Koran Desecration Problem

Submitted by Allyson Rowen Taylor (United States), May 20, 2005 at 14:57

Mohammed might have been a righteous man who speaks the truth. He speaks for the truth and beauty of what Islam is, and can be when not used for politics, and justification for terror and hate. As adults, things happen to use in life. We see grafiti on a wall that angers us, a crude comment is made in an elevator, do I sue OTIS Elevator? Malik Ali tells Jews on the campus they are a disease that needs to be eradicated,and we better watch out, do I sue him? Come on, if you are old enough to place on order at Amazon, you should be able to take responsibility. And, this is assuming that the Koran did arrive in such condition.

However, has anyone checked to see if this woman has a history of mental instability? This sounds like the Wendy's finger in the chili case to me!

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