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Reader comment on item: The Clash to End All Clashes?
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Submitted by No Dhimmi (United States), Feb 19, 2006 at 14:27


I would like to point you to this URL concerning images of Mohammed.


You will find that Mohammed has been represented in human form, even in Islamic countries, over the Centuries.

Muslims have a right to protest and boycott if they wish, though it is a newspaper that printed these cartoons not businesses.

What most people object to is the violence, calls for killing, beheading, another 9/11, and destruction of property. The US Embassy in Indonesia is under act and the US didn't print the cartoons but played the dhimmi and objected to them.

Non-muslims like myself find it hypocritical of muslims protesting the printing of these cartoons because they are offensive to them but find no problem spewing Anti-Semetic and Anti-Christian rhetoric in mosques and middle eastern newspapers.

A true holy man once said "remove the plank from your own eye before you remove the splinter from your neighbor's." Islam needs to work on that plank.

No Dhimmi

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