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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
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Submitted by Danish/American (United States), Feb 13, 2006 at 23:15

I am just curious about something and I mean no disrespect to you. How exactly were you seriously wounded by the drawings? I think either you did not know which word to use since it seems that English is not your native language or you are just over exaggerating. To wound is to cause injury by external force such as a cut, bruise etc.

I do not understand how a drawing can 'wound' someone. Have you never seen any of the old(I am talking very old) paintings of your prophet? There are quite alot of them out there.

And I hope you are not refering to the muhammad picture with the pig mask on as one of the ones that wounded you so because FYI, that particular picture is one of the fakes. A photo from France taken at a pig festival doctored up by Imam's to be offensive. Same with the dog photo..the Imams did that one as well. If those are the ones that wounded you so badly, you need look no further than your own people for explanation and apology.

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