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You don't get offended if an Imam breaks laws of Islam?

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Submitted by Danish/American (United States), Aug 5, 2006 at 04:56

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I can't blame the two Imams, b/cos they have done what is supposed to be done, by reporting those provocative offensive cartoons to the appropriate authority b/4 going round the muslim world. What have the Danish authority done? Those drawings were offensive & are against the sharia(Islamic law)

So they were supposed to make fake cartoons? Is that how you people deal with things you don't like? If it's not enough to start a bunch of riots, let us make stuff up and LIE to get the muslims in an uproar? You see no problem in the Imams drawing pictures...outright offensive ones at that...these Imams, the ones who follow the religion in which your prophet cannot be drawn...the Danes do not live by your screwed up rules..the Imams do, not the cartoonists.

Those drawings were in newspapers in Egypt four months before (and not a single riot occurred) the Imams decided to show your prophet with a pig face, as a crying baby and a muslim getting humped from behind by a dog...YOUR beloved Imams did this, not the Danish cartoonists, not the Danish people. You people were so quick to destroy things, make death threats and act totally uncivilized when the three FAKE (Imam made) pictures surfaced. Not ONE WORD about the fact that the imams did such a terrible thing against THEIR prophet. THEIRS , not Denmark's. Where was the anger then?

I would think the people who follow Islam would have wanted the Imam's heads for that. The more I read and watch, the more insane I think the followers of Islam are. Against Sharia law? NEWSFLASH!!!! Denmark is NOT a muslim country..the laws there are DANISH..NOT SHARIA. If they want to live where the insane Saria laws are THE law, then they need to go back where that is the law. Nobody in any western country is going to adapt the laws of Islam, get that through your skulls.

Your laws call for beheadings, in my country, they worry whether or not a death row prisoner will feel any pain during lethal injection. Yes, here we put our condemmed to sleep, not hack them up, hang them, stone them and whatever else Islamic laws allow. You think it's ok and necessary for the Imams to lie and commit fraud because you muslims didn't like some drawings? ... I will not respond to any more of your posts Mustapha, I think it is unfair to play a battle of wits with somone who is unarmed.

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