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Reader comment on item: Cartoons and Islamic Imperialism
in response to reader comment: Bad pictures..

Submitted by R (United Kingdom), Oct 3, 2006 at 18:42

Ok let me explain a few things to you. We, as muslims, are not supposed to even imagine what prophet Muhammed looks like so it is insulting enough to have people make the cartoons about him. At least us muslims have the guts to stand up for our religion unlike everyone else. You say that as if it is a bad thing. Seeing those cartoons of the prophet is like the equivalent of you seeing sex and children, so why do you think you have the right to judge the way muslims feel about it?

If we live in a free speaking country, why is it muslims do not have freedom of speech? Everytime a muslim opens their mouth they get arrested for terrorism, yet everyone else can say whatever they wish. We do not know what happens to certain people after they die, we can not judge. Is this all you do? sit here complaining about how wrong you think Islam is when you could be doing something, or at least finding real facts about islam before you judge the religion?


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