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God bless you Pastor Paul R Carley

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Wanted: Dead or Alive

Submitted by Hind Samy (Egypt), Feb 6, 2006 at 19:39

Standing up for ones religion is a good thing, they would lead us to believe it's backward and not in the spirit of "freedom of speech".

Try excersizing "freedom of speech" for example by saying you disagree with same sex marriage and you will be labelled a fanatic, or against human rights or worse. What freedom of speech is this if you can't say what you believe without being attacked? I think the "freedom of speech" talked about here is the freedom to offend others (namely Muslims) but Muslims don't have freedom of speech in being offended or upset in any way. ...They wish to dictate how free, and free for whom, this is anything but freedom.

In any case, God bless you Pastor Paul, you seem to be a true good Christian and it seems that many Christians in the West would do well to go back to their religion and perhaps we'd have more people like you and the world would definitely be a better place. Jesus stood for love, very few people seem to remember this.

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