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

Submitted by Italian (Italy), Feb 19, 2006 at 15:13

I report another incident among islam and cartoonist publishers,

Mr. Roberto Calderoli, minister in the Berlusconi government wearied a T-Shirt on
TV that show Danish cartoons about Mohammed. Immediately in Libya integralists assaulted a consulate in Libya and the Libyan forces kill 10-30 peoples. Berlusconi said Calderoli must be removed from his charge and all the parliament agree.

In Italy 1.000 peoples protests in Reggio Emilia protests with slogan against Mohammed cartoons.

The director of "Libero" a newspaper against Islam was condemned to 1 year of jail, because he publish Mohammed cartoonist.
The hot Muslim community in Italy are trying to sue also "La Padania" for the same reason.

Note a dangerous terrorist, Mohammed Daki from Morocco, expelled from Italy last year, was absolved by Italian justice (1st and 2nd grade) because "guerrilla activity are like resistance and not terrorism". He collect funds form Moslems in Italy and recruits terrorist in Milan. He declared to justify those activities. But Italian justice prefer jail journalist, and not declared terrorist

So this is another point for Europe transformation into dhimmi.
Despite the fact Mr. Calderoli could not wear t-shirt in those dangerous times, never exists another country or religion tell to us what we can say or not, what people we charge into minister or international relations, expecially if those countries routinely burn cross and insult our secular institutions and europe stay in a sub-ordinated conditions of appeasement to those barbarians,
for the fear of commercial breakdown or oil stop.

That's no far the day when moslems forces europe to overthrown all christians symbols with the menace of mass-riots in Middle east or even in the europe countries like eItaly, France, Germany, UK, Netherlands, etc..

I think official apologies form Italian government are enough, and the Muslims must stop fanatic riots, made only for political purposes (every god in the world was caricaturised but nobody hurts cartoonists). There's no reason to dismiss ministers or
persecute those who speak frankly about islam, there's no future when a land is sold out for money to radical islam.

Remember the rioters burned Israel flag (and Israel had nothing to with release of cartoons), American flag (Bush's administration condemned instantly the cartoons), and the rioters insult Pope Benedikt XVI (catholic church invite cartoonist to the respect
of ALL religious symbols).

I think many muslimes, althought feared of moderate comments, don't like such riots.
But it is only a necessary condition, not enough: world are getting more and more tired of such radical barbarians.
Submitting....

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