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Muslim do not make mockery of prophets

Reader comment on item: Cartoons and Islamic Imperialism

Submitted by Babatunde Abdullah (United States), Feb 7, 2006 at 12:00

How many times have we seen cartoons of muslims on the desert or on a camel or any other way you see fit to make fun of arabs. But you will never see a muslim make mockery of or draw a picture of God or none the many prophets of God. You have made mockery of the muslim imans and nothing was said or done. But you know in islam we donot make any representation of God or the prophets, and in your evil hearts you done that to start trouble knowing all to well, if you do what you have done and the results of such actions would cause.

Just because you make fun of your God and prophets may mean you have NO respect for them. I was watching a cartoon that comes on your T.V. on sunday evening and it showed a image of god in a bar drinking alcohol and trying to pickup a lady for the evening. If that is the respect you have for that which you say you worship then that you, but you do not have the right to disrespect others in their beliefs. You do such to cause trouble and hatered amongst people so they will fight and kill one another. "....

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