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Submitted by marial (Australia), Feb 7, 2006 at 23:19

The cartoon you published from arabic sources are not in the same lattitude as the danish cartoon. Muhammad and his four followers, who succed him,are respected by every muslim, they dont like any offence toward them. You can draw as many cartoons as you like about any muslim ruler, politician, king, or any body in islamic world nobody will be offended. we dont make any joke about jesus, moses, abraham and some other prophet who are mention in the bible.
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