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Submitted by Janet Ann (Canada), Feb 8, 2006 at 15:00

Mavis, I agree. I am sooo proud of Denmark for not appeasing the Islamic threat to the principles of free expression which identify the democracies of the free world. Mavis, I have personal contact with Moslem co-workers as well as a very nice Moslem family who lives three doors away .... perfect neighbours. They all claim that they believe that the Islamic riots are an over reaction to the situation at hand. They also claim that those within their respective "communities" feel the same way.

I respectfully challenged their words ...... I asked why their respective "communities" did not take advantage of their democractic rights as Canadian citizens to COLLECTIVELY condemn the riots in the public arena through peacefull demonstrations. Mavis, these people were all very evasive in their answers but, bottom line, it was not going to happen. I believe as long as leaders of the free world are going to appease violence reactions to our democratic ways and "moderate" moslems" are going to remain silent ..... the Islamic threat will continue to thrive and grow.

Sincerely, Janet.

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