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Justme: Could you please answer..?

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: I will be waiting for an answer

Submitted by Sarah (Sweden), Mar 12, 2006 at 18:12

You are right.Violence begets violence. Thats what happening in Johnny and Suzie's town nowadays.

By the way, it is not correct that there was no apologies from Suzie's side. The 'principals' of the respective 'schools' where Johnny's teachers' cars were burnt, did regretted the acts. In fact it was their security men who shot the pupils.

Moral or Immoral of the story remains the same: trouble could be avoided in the whole town if naughty Johnny and his big uncles could only mind their own business and didn't poke their noses into other households. If Johnny want to say something to suzie through his mischief it is only fair for suzie to reply back in mischief.

However, it now seems that so far 3 voices at this board, namely Dima, Another one and Wild Wild West (of all people!!!) condemned the Danish Imams. But no body, not a single voice from the other side condemned the cartoonists who drew the defamatory cartoons of our Prophet. I have Not received the answer of my original questions- WHY DIDN'T ANY CHRISTIAN AT THIS BOARD CONDEMN THE CARTOONS THAT HURT THE FAITH AND BELIEF OF ONE FIFTH OF THE WORLD'S POPULATION??????

Try a little of your own medicine.

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