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Reader comment on item: Cartoons and Islamic Imperialism
in response to reader comment: Muslim denial

Submitted by ehsaan (United States), Nov 25, 2006 at 21:13

you have some points.

i once saw a bumper sticker that said

"why do we kill people that kill people to show that killing people is wrong?"

i agree that the muslim response to the cartoons was irrational and out of order, but the issue of violence in the name of islam is a whole nother matter.

as i have said before, al ghaeda, taliban, saudi government, "jihadists" (for lack of a better term) are all instruments of western countries, funded and maintained to cause disunity and slow down the growth of islam in america.

conservative estimates guess there will be more muslims than christians in EVERY major american city by the year 2020 due to rapid conversion rates and immigration.

also, i dont think two wrongs ever make a right, but it seems like whenever muslims stick thier religion to thier actions those actions automatically become adopted by the islam.

When thousands of hindus walked into the city of Gujurat and raped, murdered, burned and blew up muslims in the name of thier religion; killing the "nfidel cow eating muslims" no one ever said Hinduism is now officially violent.

this is just one example.

christians, jews, catholics, et cetera have all done notorius things in the name of thier religoin but it only sticks back to the faith in the case of Islam.

just my two cents. lol



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