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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: Tenis vs. Tennis

Submitted by faqi (United States), Feb 27, 2006 at 16:16

Rashid, I congratulate you, on your post ( HARRAK & tenis). I could not have put it better, you took the words out of my mouth and hit the nail on it's head. I agree with everything you say. Individuals such as Harrak cannot take defeat, its everyone's fault but their own- thats the Islamic mind. I am surprised that they come to the west to live, to enjoy all the freedoms. It is obvious that they cannot handle it at all, so they try to impose on us their archaic values that they left behind in the hellholes that they came from.
If they don't like the west, why don't they just leave and go back to their Islamic paradises. We never invited them in the fist place, similarly we are not holding them, they are free to leave.That is what I could never understand. Is it because of the all the "freebies" that they could get in the West or what? They say they hate everything in the West, but they still want to stay here.
It is high time that the Muslims end their relentless 'scape goating' and assign responsibility where it belongs. i.e. to Islam. Its not compatible with democracy, freedom or the 21st century.

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