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The muslims should worry about things other than cartoons !

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Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), Jun 5, 2007 at 19:02

So the muslims are upset over cartoons of their prophet mohammed and they say we should not be " allowed " to make them. Well isn't that special. I don't think that muslims or anyone else should be able to decide what we publish. Daily the muslims make horrific cartoons about Jews and Christians filled with hate.

The islamic people must allow us to have basic rights, if not then there will be little chance of real peace and friendship.

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