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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Feb 11, 2006 at 13:11

Qamar Ahmad, you wrote :

> I am a muslim residing in Atlanta, Georgia (...)
> It will be arrogance and ignorance to claim that: "We have the right to blaspheme and offend".

Are you sure you're not residing spiritually in Saudi Arabia ?

> Quran rejects any violent acts even in war-time, much less in peace-time protests.

If it's true , then evidently we live in neither as it's neither war nor peace and so Quran-induced violence is thriving.
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