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Submitted by William Sumner Scott (United States), Feb 22, 2006 at 02:19

Mr. Bollyn,

Your article makes no mention of the murder of Theo van Gogh or Daniel Pearl - what right do Muslims have to be outraged at cartoons when they show no remorse for these murders. And why aren't all people including you outraged rather than apology for the only religion of Abraham continuing its violent ways. You should study religion more and slander other writers less. I suggest you read the The Legacy of Jihad compiled by Andrew Bostom, M. D.


William Sumner Scott, J.D.

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