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Submitted by Nicholas (United States), Feb 21, 2006 at 11:01

To those interested in knowledge:

Since when did drawings of Mohammed become taboo? Is it taboo only if non-muslim Danish folk draw them? I am asking this question because the Moral Muslims have drawn and constructed many pictures of their prophet. Or is this a double standard as usual? Would you like to know where these items are.?
Let me know and I will send the information to you. I have done my research and am willing to share the information.

Harrak/Amir , keep your cool , men. Dont explode yet.
By the way the other question is , " Harrak and Amir, are you the same person ?"
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