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When is it taboo

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

Submitted by Amir (United States), Feb 21, 2006 at 15:34

"Since when did drawings of Mohammed become taboo? Is it taboo only if non-muslim Danish folk draw them?"

When the drawings are intended to mock their religion, they have every right to be teed -- just as Jews would be teed if someone draws a picture of Moses with big nose and money in his hand. What's so hard to comprehend there, dude?

"Harrak/Amir , keep your cool , men. Dont explode yet."

I explode? lol. You don't know me yet. You might explode. I have special talent in this. Though this is a moderated forum.. so hard to say when I might get censored (didn't happen yet).

"Harrak and Amir, are you the same person ?"

Of course not.
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