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Reader comment on item: Cartoons and Islamic Imperialism

Submitted by Behrouz Azarnia (Sweden), Feb 7, 2006 at 11:54

Dr. Pipes:

I was not surprised by Islamic barbarity, incivility and violence under the pretext of Muhammad cartoons. I've seen the worst of Islamic violence and incivility in Iran. Islamism is barbarity and violence with or without Muhammad cartoons.

I've, time and time again, expressed my utmost contempt for Europe's cowardice and appeasement; but I've always praised the Danes for their courage and pride in their culture and country.

Muslims have carefully targeted the brave Denmark, not an appeaser, coward and morally confused country like Sweden or Britain. They have planned their plot carefully.

I would like to express my utmost contempt for the State Department, the American main stream media (CNN, CBS, ABC, N.Y. Times. Washington Post, L.A. Times,……) and academia . I don't mention bankrupt left because it is worthless and criminal as their Islamofascist allies.

My praise to Michelle Malkin, littlegreenfootballs.com, Robert Spencer, faithfreedom.org and many more who have defended the Freedom of Speech.

The next move by Islamofascism is for sharia. If we don't resist Islamofascists, we also don't deserve to live free.


Behrouz Azarnia

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