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cair doesn't like people talking

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Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), May 26, 2007 at 09:50

There is no great secret as to why cair is suing , it is due to the fact they don't want people to have a free opinion. If there is any counter thoughts to their totalitarian thinking , well watch out ! There is no civil rights in islam and these people in cair don't want us to have any either. The right to disagree and speak out is extremely important to preserve other rights like the freedom of the press and democracy. This group cair does not want us to have any type of freedom, especially the right to criticise cair or the trouble with islam. We know that islam is repressive and limits what people can say and think, why would c.a.i.r. be any different than that.

The people at c.a.i.r. will not " allow " any one to disagree with islamic teachings. They want the world to think that mohammed was great and sinless, even though at 53 he had sex with a 9 year old child. People who would say that that is ok are the same type of people who would take away your right to think , speak and print. The group c.a.i.r. repressents all of the negative sterotypes about islam. The huge civil rights violations and general limiting of ideas. I say let them sue us all. Who cares , they are not going to stop freedom, not this way or any other way.

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