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Howard on harrak

Reader comment on item: How the Cartoon Protests Harm Muslims [by Leading to a Separation of Civilizations]
in response to reader comment: Islam's Double Standard

Submitted by jimmytheclaw (United States), Feb 18, 2006 at 03:55


before responding to harrak try this

deep breath
remove any object from arms length that can cause damage
keep xanax or good shot of whiskey nearby
think about what your going to write but remember this
for taqyia all his holy books are online (cut n paste)
for the bible, torah etc... see above
keep focused on pure facts (truth hurts)

remember if the guy pisses you off he wins (he can point and say youre a hater) i've debated many like him on blogs/forums. now if he answers with something that isnt true to someone show them the truth. more and more americans and europeans are seeing the double standard and dont like it and are educating themselves on islam, mohammed, allah and they dont like it. events like the cartoon riots are showing the world what islam is at its core. another thing was hamas being elected we are finally saying no more jizya (foreign aid) to them. since the story was the cartoons that nobody would print and caused bloody riots i emailed them to friends who also passed them on. oh and i added the ones from the islamic worlds online newspapers. the response was WTF are they bitching about. good article Daniel keep up the good work

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