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    Egyman Egyman is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalShariah View Post
    America should be forced to hand the reprobates who made the film over to an Islamic state to be tried for their heinous crimes. Shielding and protecting those degenerates is tantamount to support for their vicious act of incitement-Clinton's weasel words mean nothing to us. In my books they should hand the criminals over to face Islamic justice or be considered partners in their crime!
    Exactly they have to taste the fruit of their illegal insults, otherwise, US has declared war against our nation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Egyman View Post
    Exactly they have to taste the fruit of their illegal insults, otherwise, US has declared war against our nation.
    Utter crap. Did the US government make this film? Were they even aware of its existence?

    Now you want them to hand over the makers so you can kill them. Because that is what you will do although you and DigitalShariah hide behind euphemisms such as "taste the fruit".

    Grow up. If super Mo is as great as you proclaim then he can look after himself, he doesn't need loons like you 2 to do his business for him.
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    Scrawled on the walls of the embassy, which is near Tahrir Square where Egyptians revolted against Mubarak, said:

    "If your freedom of speech has no limits, may you accept our freedom of action."
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    I guess the mullahs don't have a sense of humour then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Egyman View Post
    Scrawled on the walls of the embassy, which is near Tahrir Square where Egyptians revolted against Mubarak, said:

    "If your freedom of speech has no limits, may you accept our freedom of action."
    Is that supposed to be some sort of threat against the rest of the world if the rest of the world does not shut up and say what pleases you ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Analyzer View Post
    Is that supposed to be some sort of threat against the rest of the world if the rest of the world does not shut up and say what pleases you ?
    Of course. What else.
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    Just like the Muhammad cartoons, the hand of the Israeli and Egyptian intelligence services can be seen in this. The Egyptian government want to deflect the focus from their unaccountability and so they target the Copts. Would any Copt set up their family at home like this?

    The Mahound cartoons were fanned by Mubarek's boys who doctored some of them and Denmark is a hub of Mossad. Always ask: qui bono? who benefits?

    Some Muslims would be outraged/disgusted at this but someone is storing this up. Where, in the past, did the illiterates get the Danish flags to burn and where did they get the idea to burn papal effigies. How would they know what a Pope dresses like?

    During the cartoon farce, Hezbollah were pretty cool about it whereas the PLO stirred up a fuss, just to increase their street cred with Palestinian Muslims.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Egyman View Post
    Scrawled on the walls of the embassy, which is near Tahrir Square where Egyptians revolted against Mubarak, said:

    "If your freedom of speech has no limits, may you accept our freedom of action."
    However, there are limits to freedom of expression in the US. Where does that leave your idiotic aphorism above?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mary_queen_of_the_gael View Post
    Just like the Muhammad cartoons, the hand of the Israeli and Egyptian intelligence services can be seen in this. The Egyptian government want to deflect the focus from their unaccountability and so they target the Copts. Would any Copt set up their family at home like this?

    The Mahound cartoons were fanned by Mubarek's boys who doctored some of them and Denmark is a hub of Mossad. Always ask: qui bono? who benefits?

    Some Muslims would be outraged/disgusted at this but someone is storing this up. Where, in the past, did the illiterates get the Danish flags to burn and where did they get the idea to burn papal effigies. How would they know what a Pope dresses like?

    During the cartoon farce, Hezbollah were pretty cool about it whereas the PLO stirred up a fuss, just to increase their street cred with Palestinian Muslims.
    You are some whack job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mary_queen_of_the_gael View Post
    Just like the Muhammad cartoons, the hand of the Israeli and Egyptian intelligence services can be seen in this. The Egyptian government want to deflect the focus from their unaccountability and so they target the Copts. Would any Copt set up their family at home like this?

    The Mahound cartoons were fanned by Mubarek's boys who doctored some of them and Denmark is a hub of Mossad. Always ask: qui bono? who benefits?

    Some Muslims would be outraged/disgusted at this but someone is storing this up. Where, in the past, did the illiterates get the Danish flags to burn and where did they get the idea to burn papal effigies. How would they know what a Pope dresses like?

    During the cartoon farce, Hezbollah were pretty cool about it whereas the PLO stirred up a fuss, just to increase their street cred with Palestinian Muslims.
    What an empty of fact post- I live in egypt and u still can deceive non egyptians here but not me !

    And while those in desbelieving lands believe they can act with impunity, know that all will account for their actions, in this life, the next or both – none can and none will escape the long arm of God's justice.

    recurrent public humiliation in the West of Islam and Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is a kind of test. Those who are behind this provocation, in fact, carrying out the "assessment" of the state of the Islamic Ummah and determine - what can the Muslims do and what is their potential today.

    Judging by the reaction of Muslims (and there are more than 1.7 billion of Muslims in the world at present), the organizers of provocation should be happy - as it stands now, Muslims can do nothing more but noisy demonstrations, complaining and litigation, while Sharia law is extremely strict for all types of abuse of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).
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