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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Simple question about Mussaui's trial outcome

Submitted by JustMe (United States), Apr 20, 2006 at 15:25

How can they keep a straight face while comparing their situation to what the Jews have gone through? Jewish people have been unmercifully persecuted by Muslims since Mohammed. They support the teachings of Hitler by zealously buying up the book Mein Kampf like candy, all the while, denying that the holocaust ever occurred. Now, when they start to experience some resistance from society against their tyrannical radical Islamist actions and atrocities around the world, they dare to empathize with them? Can they really be serious? I suppose they expect us all to sit around holding hands and singing 'Combiya' and watch while our world is being targeted day in and day out and not take any action against it-- not even being allowed to exercise our constitutional right to speak out against what is going on. (or we'll see more death and destruction) Sounds like terrorism to me.

Can I take this opportunity to say I'll be going to the movie 'United 93'. I think it's coming out on the 28th of this month. People are complaining that it's too early for us to see this recreation of what happened aboard that plane. I say it's just in time. We need to see the resolve and determination and bravery of those passengers now more than ever. I'm glad the passengers took action before more deaths were inflicted, instead of sitting around debating whether it was politically correct to pass judgment on these dark-skinned guys with box cutters. Being muzzled has a cost.

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