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speaks out of both sides of his mouth

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: good news finally

Submitted by Danish/American (United States), Feb 13, 2006 at 10:49

One of the Imams who has done his best to start some sort of war in Denmark is a person (I use this term lightly) named Laban..Frank, I remember my morfar using that same word when he spoke of idiotic people..my mother pointed out the fact that his name and the word are spelled the same..coincidence?

Now this Imam speaks of apologies and peace and all the good things people want to hear when he is on Danish television and the same day, speaks of terroristic things to the muslims in Denmark that are 100 percent opposite of the lies he had spewed just hours before. Now will someone please tell me what is one supposed to think of Islam and their followers? After all the lies and the false pictures produced by the Imam, can any muslim really expect any one of us to believe a single word that comes from their lips? I pray for the day when these menaces to society are brought to justice. I just hate knowing that if they are put away in a Danish prison, my family in Denmark will STILL be footing the bill.

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