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Cartoon Rage or a Collective pressure tactic against Non-Muslims?

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

Submitted by TTS (United States), Feb 16, 2006 at 01:35

As far as I can see,cartoon rages are the start of collective pressure-tactic applied towards non-Muslims of the world. This is a starting point of future scenarios all the non-Muslim world is going to face. Are we ready to kneel down before Islam and be subdued even on a small deal of freedom of speech? Are all our religious symbols and non-islamic values hurting and offending those so-called pious Muslims? Do we really see untold suffering of non-Muslims living in the Muslim societies?

If we keep ignoring the true nature of Islam and Muslim mentality,we are doomed. Cartoon rage is only muscle-flexing and roaring of Muslim power. It does not harm them anyway. It only warns all thinking non-Muslims,of the things yet to come in the future.The non-Muslim world is now under ever-increasing threat of Islam's on-going,never-ending war to conquer and subdue all the infidels! This war is a global war fueled by extreme religious zeal and petro-dollars that comes from oil-producing Muslim countries.
Wake up! The enemy is behind you living as fellow naturalized citizen but whose only allegiance is not the constitution but to his GOD !

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