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RE:Moslem outrage at Danish cartoons

Reader comment on item: Cartoons and Islamic Imperialism
in response to reader comment: Moslem outrage at Danish cartoons

Submitted by WeAreAllDanes! (United States), Feb 12, 2006 at 16:37

"Peace upon you all,
these writers or editors should be aware of all religions,what kind of effects would do things like an aritcle or a cartoon would cause in putting down relgions or prophets."

This is an amusing statement - considering the bile directed against other religions by Muslims for 1400 years or so. Mohammad wasn't a prophet to us, so why would non-Muslims follow your taboos?

"Denmark will lose the second largest importer of it,s goods , for unresponsible writer (idiot write).
I want ask this idiot did it had to be this way to let you know how moslem love their prohpet mohhammed,
I want tell you something you uneducated idiot , you should of know that moslem love their prophet more than they love themselves, mothers,fathers,sons and daughters."

So, you worship Mohammad, then? Sounds like a cult.

"Freedom of speech was not founded to be used in this way."

Yes, it was. Freedom to expose. Freedom to educate the world just what your ideology is like.

"You should of know you uneducated idiot, your freedom stop when you start getting in 1.3 billion people freedom."


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