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Denmark refuses to publish the Cartoons

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Submitted by Obied Khan (Canada), Feb 15, 2006 at 12:51

I totaly agree of what has been said but on the other hand and after a research I found out that the same Danish newspaper wanted to publish some cartoons about Jesus in 2003 but they refused to do so because as they said it will hurt many christians feeling.

For that I think sometimes we tend to accept free of speech when it appoint against Muslims and we think more than twice if it not against Musllims.

Thank You
Obied Khan
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