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Old March 4th, 2006, 06:59
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Muslims should protest cartoons with ink, not with violence

"As a Muslim Canadian, I am shocked that a cartoon caused violent riots and deaths in many countries. The Prophet would never have reacted in this way. Muslims should react not with violence, but with ink."

By Amal Mohamed (an 8th grader), Hamilton
The Hamilton Spectator
(Mar 4, 2006)

Re: Dutch cartoons

http://www.hamiltonspectator.com/NA...l=1112876262536
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Old June 19th, 2007, 16:18
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Re: Muslims should protest cartoons with ink, not with violence

ok man
i will answer you
to muslims:i am one of them:
the prophet changes their life to the best life
if you believe that there is God then you will follow me that::
the best life is the life that is connected to the life owner{the God not the person}
ok when the prophet makes your life connected to its owner he will give you the best life

so in the best life which i live i cant understand that there is men makes cartoons about the best man in my life
the reaction is so logical


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