Comments: Religion of Peace Attacks Cartoonist... Again

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Posted by Lamar at May 15, 2010 12:27 PM

I learned all I needed to know about Islam "the religion of peace" on 911.
The MSM breifly showed the celebrations in the streets in several of the middle east nations capitol citys. These joyful celebrations were the so called mainstream "peaceful" moslems.
There is no compromise with these people. They are the enemy, and the sooner as we recognize this the better off we will be.
Paul in Texas

Posted by Paul Kanesky at May 15, 2010 12:27 PM

I think that one of the worst things that Bush did was to define our war as one against "terror". Terror is only a weapon or a battle plan. It has to be implemented by people. When a nation begins to make war, it makes war against people for a specified reason. In this case, we should have indicated that 9/11 was the culmination of a least 40 years of attacks by Islam. As we have seen recently, it takes very little for us to move from a conservative Muslim to an individual that will do anything to injure innocent individuals. There does not seem to be a specific country that is the culprit, thus our enemy is a religion rather than a nation. If we say that the actions are only confined to extremist, then we are not looking at the facts. Consider what would have occurred in WWII if we confined our war to only the Nazi or the Japanese military elite. We would still be fighting and likely losing.

We are giving up our freedom to make sure that Muslims do not feel uncomfortable or put out or racially defined. I have had enough and feel we need to grow up and confront our enemy, which in this case is a religion. We are not the only ones with this problem. Every country that allows Muslims freedom has had significant problems, from India, China, Russia to here.

Posted by David at May 15, 2010 04:27 PM

History is piled with the bodies of the gullible and complacent who gave evil "the benefit of the doubt". Islam brings nothing of value to a free republic - its very nature being incompatible with liberty. One sign at a muslim demonstration said it all about islam's position on America: "Freedom go to Hell!". Back at you.

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Posted by MAModerate at May 16, 2010 07:42 PM

To follow up what Paul K stated earlier - I remember not only seeing celebrations in the streets of middle eastern cities. I remember seeing a celebration outside a Mosque or Islamic Center in Patterson NJ! It was only televised once and then was buried very deep - never to be seen again. I'm sure the program director got word from above that this was not to be shown again "or else."

Posted by Pierre at May 17, 2010 12:44 PM