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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: What was the mischief behind the rule not to depict Mohammed

Submitted by Frank Oddersborg (Denmark), Feb 3, 2006 at 11:03

I think U are on to something right, when U write that the muslims reaction only shows the true face of Islam.

wrong opinion? how can an opinion be wrong? Its an opinion, not THE only opinion which leads me to the thought, that your statement about "wrong opinions" shows how narrow minded people can be - I really doesnt hope this represent how "muslims" are thinking but if so I have found the reason of this conflict - muslims is too narrow minded either by culture or religion or maby both because you seem not able to seperate one from another.

Finally the danish primeminister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the danish goverment and the newspaper "The Jutland Post" should never appoligize for the cartoons.

Burn your flags, photos and dolls it wont change anything except how the world sees muslims, dont throw away your fine old religion in a lost cause - the last time it was about to happen the crusaders were havocing in the arab contries - thats less than a thousand years ago.

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