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Media, thanks to Amir, Harrak,and Nuray

Reader comment on item: How the Cartoon Protests Harm Muslims [by Leading to a Separation of Civilizations]
in response to reader comment: Scandals in the Muslim and Western Media

Submitted by Obied Khan (Canada), Feb 19, 2006 at 23:52

"As mentioned in one of the comments I do agree beating Iraqi children is indeed outrageous. but let me tell you something, at least the media, foremost the British, don't keep quiet about it but show it and those who did it will get their punishment".

As if the govenment of England didn't know anything about beating the Iraqi children before, they knew what their soldiers are doing and they even gave them the order to do that, but they can not tell that to the public , because if they did then they will not get the support from their people.

"In Muslim countries you can beat, kill, rape, rob and blackmail as many people, not only children and women, as you want but nothing comes out because the media is the regime's puppet."

This is maybe true because those muslims govenment are getting the green light from the big boss"US" to do that, and that what happens from the USA for the cartoons issue, they ordered the govenment to stop by force the strikes for the cartoons issue.

Big Thanks to Amir, Harrak, and Nuray, well done.


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