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Submitted by Sword of Islam & The Babies of Beslan (United Kingdom), Apr 8, 2006 at 19:15

They could always boycott it! I'm still awaiting the results of the hilarious Holocaust Cartoon Competition. Was the winning cartoon published anywhere on the net? In all it's been a good week, Hind Samy eventually ran away when confronted with the proof that she had published a series of lies, Wild Wild West ran away when he was also caught contributing falsehoods, Libyan (who fled in shame some weeks ago) is now reduced to telling everybody else how great they are, Anonymous is living up to the nickname, and the best that the Muslim world has to offer is a Plastic Sword of Islam - which I take as a personal compliment given that 'imitation is the sincerest form of flattery' - who, after years of research, has apparently found proof that the Koran is again incorrect in it's belief that the Christians follow 3 gods. And then we have Sarah who has received criticism from an Iranian muslim for her categorisation of Iranians as 'beggars'!

Keep up the excellent work!

Sword of Islam & The Babies of Beslan (aka the artist formerly known as Sword of Islam)

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