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Aisha my girl.....

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: FREEDOMS

Submitted by Frank Oddersborg (Denmark), Feb 5, 2006 at 16:23

To Aisha
Youre right, you or any muslims dont have to respect our way of treating YOUR prophet, youre free to ARGUE against it.... but destroying the diplomatic relations?

If we cut the diplomatic connections between our countries its the thugs in the streets who will be running the show....

If i'm insulted by the thugs burning of the Danish embassy, I could burn down your embassy, I could burn a quran, piss at my local pizza man (who come from iraq), but would that any good to anybody, wouldnt I then be a barbaric-narrow-minded-something?

We should try to stop this movie and rewind back in time and see where it all came out of control.
A fire was lit when the paper printed the cartoons, no question about that, but it wasnt that be a fire. It picked up speed and force when some muslims from Denmark felt that there wasn't enough heat so they traveled to some arabic countries to show show the cartoons to the religious leaders, and not only the printed cartoons but as well a lot of more insulting cartoons from the web and other places - they did this with an agenda.....

Now (this night) there have been a debate-show on DR1 (a danish channel) where a muslim from the delegation (the one who said one thing in Denmark and another at aljazeera) proposed that he could be on TV with our primeminister, shake hands with him as the primeminister told him that it would never have been the danish people attention to hurt muslims - if thats not about power and hidden agenda.......

People in your own ranks are clearly trying to accelerate this conflict, so who is misled?

PS our prime minister has no power to censor anything, thats what freedom is all about - if there is any reason for something to be hidden, then it should be on the frontpage.

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