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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
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Submitted by Sword of Islam (United Kingdom), Apr 6, 2006 at 19:16

Submitted by Sammy, Apr 5, 2006 at 19:02
The problem started emerging with the increasing number of foreigners coming to Denmark. The majority of these came from a poor societal and financial status. Some of these can't even read or write in their own native language.

Unfortunately Danish ignorance knows no boundaries, and Mr. and Mrs. Jensen are convinced that Islam is a fascist creed with the sole plot of taking control of the world.

- Hence the images that we have seen of Danes stoning embassies and burning Muslim flags. If a generous host offers sanctuary to the beggar at his door and clothes and feeds him the very least that the beggar can do is respect the customs of his host instead of trying to rearrange the furniture. As has been iterated many times before if Mr and Mrs Jensen are such terrible hosts then their guests are quite free to return to their hovels. What's stopping them? Why don't they stay instead with hosts who share their beliefs? Or could it be that Mr and Mrs Jensen look like Snow White when compared to their Muslim counterparts?

Try providing some EXAMPLES of this Danish intolerance. Preferably not the same ones that have been shot down several times already on this board! Or are the cartoons drawn by the immigrant imams to Denmark all you've got?

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