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Reader comment on item: How the Cartoon Protests Harm Muslims [by Leading to a Separation of Civilizations]

Submitted by orange yonason (United States), Feb 15, 2006 at 02:40


"Heavens to mergatroid, Betsy!" Just when you think the Muslims have a valid complaint (not really, but that's what they want US to believe), danged if someone didn't go and hit their self-immo., button prematurely.

Brace yourselves, this isn't pretty. Well, not for those lying Imams, anyway.

No, it ain't as "forbidden" as they claim. Yes, there ARE images of Mohammed, produced BY Muslims themselves centuries ago., and you can view them here:
One can only assume there were many more which have "dissappeared" due to the proclivity of the Taliban-like fanatics to erase whatever history they deemed unacceptable, i.e., any history at all.

And if you can't get that site, there are links to mirrors here...
...along with some fairly over-the-edge responses to (but tame in comparison with) the murder and mayhem that is Islam's idea of an "appropriate response" to the mild but accurate Danish cartoons.

Here's another one, from Turkey.

So, what shall OUR response be? Perhaps we should burn down all the Saudi and Lybian embassies? (Rumor has it that they are the two who appear to have started this, and as we all know, rumor is as good as truth in the Muslim world.) Better yet, sue the B@*&#^%D's for the FULL damage they have caused to Denmark, and don't let them cut any deals.

Thank G-d the Arabs picked on the feisty little giant Denmark, and not one of the more Dhimmified of Europe. I do hope the Danes continue to stand strong, and that the Dhimmies don't strong-arm them to stand down!

(Story also appeared here 2 WEEKS AGO, and I just googled across it today:

p.s., I'm currently enjoying my Tuborg Gold as I write this. How about you?

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