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Response to NK and Howard

Reader comment on item: How the Cartoon Protests Harm Muslims [by Leading to a Separation of Civilizations]
in response to reader comment: Cartoons can get infidels killed

Submitted by Paul (Canada), Feb 16, 2006 at 19:59

Thank you for your comments. I guess I didn't express well what I had in mind. My comments were geared towards the first sentence of NK's posting: "It is an advice to all you infidels in US. Do not discuss cartoon issue with your muslim friends or co- workers for your own safety", which is telling me not to talk about the cartoon stuff **in America** with my muslim co-workers (a real muslim cannot really be friends with a kafir, can he?) because I can get harmed.

Well, the day we are afraid, we then have lost the war, and we all be living in dhimmitude, and I for one still believe in the freedoms that exist throughout the West. And I expect that any act of violence that happens in America related to this issue will be dealt swiftly within the confines of the law, with consequences. Whatever happens on international waters has no bearing to the first sentence of your posting. But your points are well taken.

I am well aware of the expansionist nature of islam and the hypocritical nature of leaders on both sides; so that we are on the same page on this issue and that I am not fooling myself, I refer you guys to the following links:


and for comic relief:




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