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Submitted by Italian (Italy), Feb 7, 2006 at 15:30

It s a good sign Rasmussen (and other politicians) refuse to apologize about the twelve cartoons about mohammed (in fact very bland caricatures).

I am very surprised about USA comment. If the muslims insult me, why i have't the right to insult them? it is not politically correct, but the muslims reaction are not justificable at any point.

If the muslims didn't made extreme cartoons about Christianity and other religion, i don't know
why we couldn't laugh about their mohammed.

Surely now everything can be used by muslims as a violence to their religion.Even the cross in the england-scandinavian flags scandalize their stupid minds. So, stand up at the side of Danish. And Europe must stop commercial contracts with the islam,
even if we fall into economic suffering. Our civilization is more important than a few millions of euros.

i think england of the 1940 had no remorse about economics contracts stripped by the nazi-germans when the war started.
And now we must follow this example.

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