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Adib Farakish..cruel and heartless???

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

Submitted by Danish/American (United States), Mar 15, 2006 at 01:24

"You do not have to respect our Prophet, or the Muslims. But how will you benefit from insulting the Prophet."

I don't recall anyone ever insulting your prophet until all this insanity with the death threats and protests and destruction of property started. Non muslims really didn't know much if anything about your religion or your prophet until all this started. Now that we are learning of your religion I believe your radical brothers have given countries fuel and reason to insult both your religion AND your prophet. The protesters are acting like these are the first ever drawings of your prophet..newsflash..they aren't. And NOW because of the violence the radicals have bombarded the western world with, we see more drawings each day, from all over the globe. And they are very much more 'offensive' than the ones posted in the Danish paper.

"And if you insult our faith , why do you moan when your flags are burnt? Are you hurt when you see your flags burn? We are hurt more when we see you people insult our prophet."

We really don't moan about it, and I believe the ones who are 'hurt' would more than likely be veterans of wars since it is our flag and our country they fought for. But the difference is, we don't go around killing people and burn buildings of those who bur our flag. And I for one find it quite humorous when I saw the photos of muslims burning the East German and the Swiss flags, considering East Germany is no more and I have never heard a thing of this whole fiasco even affecting Switzerland. The drawings were not meant to insult or offend, the Danish Imams did what they did to MAKE it offfensive and insulting, so they are the ones you should be angry at.

"You are very cruel and heartless people. Even animals do not hurt other animals just for the fun of it- -- "

That is funny considering Danish women have been getting beaten and raped, Danish males beaten, robbed and murdered, Danish businesses robbed, Danish neighborhoods turned into slums, Danish children harrassed and assulted by muslims for a VERY long time now, WAY before the printings of the drawings. And considering all the money and free housing the muslims recieve from the Danish government, the money donated and sent to third world countries, muslim ones and others, by both the Danish and American governments and civilians of these countries and you call us cruel and heartless..why? Because of 12 drawings? American soldiers sent a little girl to the US from either Iraq or Iran ( I forget which) to get a life saving surgery just last month. It was a REQEST from the American soldiers in her village to send her here. Her and her parents were flown here free and the doctors performed the surgery free. I suppose that is heartless isn't it? And all those car bombs, and suicide bombers blowing up people at funerals, weddings and prayer meetings...Americans? Danes? Nope..those soldiers aren't that cruel and heartless.

"You people are more ferocious and more cruel than the creatures in the jungles."

Now that is just plain ignorance .Animals are not cruel..you said so yourself, they kill for food.
Ferocious...hmm..like cutting the heads off people from the back of the neck, slowly? Like beating a man and stomping him in the face so many times every bone in his skull was broken then smashing a television on his face and afterwards dumping a kitty litter box with cat urine and cat feces in it on his face? That one happened to an 18 year old Danish man in Denmark by two muslims. One who had been in Denmark since before he was the age of 1 and the other was born in Denmark.The reason? an argument which happened earlier, and for that the Danish man was murdered.

You have the terms cruel and heartless correct, but you give these titles to the wrong people

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