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Nobody is safe from Muslim terror in western democracies

Reader comment on item: Salman Rushdie Was Never Safe
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Submitted by Alex B (Canada), Aug 19, 2022 at 22:59

What is clear is that in Western "democracies" with their lax law enforcement and their lack of capital punishment, no one is safe from the threat of Muslim terror. It applies not only to a person who has a fatwa on his head, but to any man, woman, and child are potential victims of fanatical Muslim terrorists. Salman Rushdie should have asked for political asylum in People's Republic of China, there he would have been safe.

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