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Reader comment on item: Islamic Law at Belmont U

Submitted by orange yonason (United States), Apr 25, 2006 at 02:09


..."One local blogger's crude cartoon," Posing As Responsible Criticism, Betrays Little More Than Cowardice.

Yes, it may be a technically embarassingly crude cartoon, though not obscene, and certainly not the profound obscenity which comprises the sum of the innumerable unspeakable attrocities committed by the followers of their "prophet" of doom for the last 1400 years: with their billions of "moderates" as silent as the tight-lipped catatonics of Bellevue, uh, I mean the dhimmis of Belmont [same thing, really].

Hobbs should be congratulated for opting to flee the cukoo's nest rather than spinelessly grovel to retain whatever neutered position that any apology deriving from a lobotomized conscience might have secured for him

That the Nashville "reporter" may be as unaware of Islam's inherent duplicity as Sweden and Norway (and, yes, even Ameristan) is no excuse. There is plenty of information available for anyone who is troubled by, and who takes the trouble to investigate, Islam's unparalleled antisocial behavior, and their religious justification of it.


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