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These cartoons damaged the bright image of Denmark

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: about the jyllands-Posten cartoons

Submitted by Sagr Al-Sayad (Saudi Arabia), Feb 3, 2006 at 13:02

If we think carefully of what these trivial thoughts of the people who drew such cartoons and calculate the amount of damage that they have brought to the outstanding relations between the Islamic countries and Denmark who has always been respected by Musloms and Arabs, we will find that these drawings are not justified even under the name of thought freedom.

So, apology by the Danish government should be declared as soon as possible. The declaration must contain condemnation of those ignorant people who drew such cartoons. When I say ignorant, i mean that they dont even know the ABC of Islam and the high respect all muslims have towards the Prophet of God Mohammed Peace Be Upon Him.

In fact, I really wonder how such people think?!!! They are really a bunch of hypocrites and ignorant so called people. Again, I would like to say that the European countries and peoples have become great friends of Muslim countries, so, Lets prevent those amateur persons to corrupt the image of Denmark as a friend of Arabs and Muslims where there is no single Muslim house doesnt have Danish products in the refrigerator.!!!!

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