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Who respects and who does not respect religion

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: islamism is fascism

Submitted by Ameer (India), Feb 4, 2006 at 15:26

I have read comments of everyone, many say that it is freedom of speech and expression, many showed their hatred to Islam and Prophet, and many said its just a cartoon a way of expresion, and many feels sad about it, the person who follows some or other religion and he/she respects his/her religion and he/she was born to a legal parents will surely feel sad about such freedom of expression, because this is insulting a religion, and the person who dont have any religion and legal parents (a bastard) will never feel sad about such freedom of expression & speech, because that bastard dont have value for religion or parents, its always said that respect your religion and respect your parents, but person who dont have love and respect for his/her parents and religion will never understand values of this two valuable wealth.

For Muslims around the globe: Muslim around the globe should not just expect and accept ... named SORRY from denmark or any newspaper published those images, muslim should take a proper action against such mischief makers and they should be taught lessons once and for forever that they never raise their heads ever and do such a painful deed in future.

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