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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: The attack on the Danish and Norwegian embassy

Submitted by Mohamed (Canada), Feb 5, 2006 at 12:17


I am in agree with you in the point of Muslims should not attack or burn the Danish Embassy as this act in my opinion is worthless and insensible.

I believe that taking action by economical and trade boycott is the reasonable and effective way.

Now, today your PRIME MINISTER is asking the help of Turkey to contain the crisis and also 2 days ago your PRIME MINISTER finally accepted to meet the ambassadors of the islamic world after he refused to do so before the issue got bigger.

Why (as should be good politician) your prime minister did not contain the issue before it goes bigger and bigger ... if he is clever politician he should have acted properly and cleared his and his government responsibility when first the embassadors asked to meet him.

Now the relationship between Denmark and muslims will not go back as used to be and it is going to take a long time before it will.

Who is the loser? Muslims or Denmark?

I am a MUSLIM soldier as well and i eagerly love to die in the course of ISLAM .... I love to go to Iraq and fight the coalition army but my government is helping the west by making it impossible to go to Iraq.

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