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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: question for Dima and Anonymous

Submitted by Sword of Islam (United Kingdom), Mar 7, 2006 at 06:30

"did you read the part when i said "you people mind your own problem and issues"?
- When the mass emigration from your countries to ours creates financial & judicial problems for us then it becomes an issue for US. (You may want to read the article that this message board relates to)

"alot of American people didnt want the Amarican army to go into Iraq.. "
And a majority did. You seem to be under the impression that our leaders can do what they like. We have a little thing called democracy which means that such actions cannot take place unless they are approved by the Senate or Parliament...................................................

I certainly didn't miss the apologies from the Syrian and Lebanese governments AFTER the destruction and violence that they were apparently powerless to prevent. It makes the criticism of the US for failing to protect the mosques in Iraq that were attacked looked rather hypocritical, doesn't it?

When I see riots calling for the heads of the Danish imams who inflamed this row by circulating false propaganda and blasphemous images then I'll have a little more sympathy for your point of view.....

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