# 1 You forgot (fifth try, too pro Jewish for Ha'aretz) - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Nik
    • 25.08.06 | 04:36 (IDT)

    ...that Islamic offence resulted in the burning of embassies, calls for the execution of the author, marches through world capitals (dressed as suicide bombers in some cases), the display of 'Death to Bush/Blair/Israel' or 'Nuke London/New York/Tel Aviv' banners, the exhibition of over 200 holocaust cartoons in Iran (still showing), and billions of dollars lost for an innocent Danish dairy company etc. etc. The Jews of Bombay offence resulted in them asking the shop owner if he could change the name and him agreeing after seeing how upset they were. The problem is not that the Muslims took offence to the cartoons, but how they reacted to them. Don't even try to compare the two cases, they are in no way alike. It only shows either your inability to comprehend the difference between the two situations or your desperation to criticise the Jews when you do so. One way you are a fool the other a bigot. Which is it? Come on Ha'aretz, fifth time lucky.

    from the article: Mumbai's 'Hitler's Cross' restaurant to change name after uproar
    First published 00:00 24.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 24.08.06
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