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Reader comment on item: How the Cartoon Protests Harm Muslims [by Leading to a Separation of Civilizations]
in response to reader comment: A challenge for Pat, Howard, hr and Pagan BIBLE and VIOLENCE (thanks Amir)

Submitted by PCMadness (New Zealand), Feb 20, 2006 at 20:30

Ah Nuray, you are so selective. You should in fact be a spin doctor as most muslim apologists on these and other forums, who have a canny way of twisting the words to suit your own propaganda. You argue your case by conveniently quoting only parts very relevant to your cause. Stop hiding behind the tangled web of words you are spinning.

Let's have a look at one of your references shall we.

"Reprisal attack on village kills at least 67 in Nigeria | At least 67 people were killed in a communal attack in the central Nigerian state of Plateau, news reports said Tuesday. (Borneo Bulletin, Brunei Darussalam)"

Now the thing that interested me most was the key word for me was reprisal. This is dated May, what happened before? Let's see...

"President Olusegun Obasanjo sent as many as 600 riot police to the area to prevent more attacks. According to Reuters, "Yelwa has already witnessed one of the most horrific massacres of the conflict, when 48 Christians were killed by Fulani militia in a church that was later burned in February."

"The last three months have seen the bloodiest fighting in the region since the state capital, Jos, was torn apart by ethnic violence in 2001 that killed 1,000 people."

That was in February. do you see what I mean? This is from the same publication as the as your quotes.

http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2004/118/32.0.html

Stop insulting peoples intelligence, we can all read. This is a conflict that has been boiling over for months.

As for the cartoon deaths on Nigeria.

"The victims were mostly from the minority Christian community. Eleven churches were torched during the protests and Christian businesses targeted. "

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/4734454.stm

But this aside, let me get back to my original point which I should have made a little clearer. The instance you mentioned in Nigeria was certainly not condoned by ANY Christian leaders, but was more localised and tribal. (If you can find evidence to the contrary post a reference) What I do see however, are Imams and muslim spiritual leaders across the globe, (but mainly in poor MiddleEastern and African countries), inciting followers to rain fire and death on the world. You insult everyones intelligence if you deny that as fact.

What hope is there if the leaders of your wonderful religion are complicit in this crime against the free world. I cannot believe that you or your muslim brothers can condone the reaction to this whole affair. If you do as a matter of course then Islam stands for the total opposite of what God intended. God is peace.
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