Muslims are never blamed for anything? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • JS
    • 08.09.10 | 00:32 (IDT)

    Sure, okay, let's play this game. Just today Marty Peretz of one of the nation's leading political magazines said that American Muslims do not deserve to be protected by the Constitution. You probably didn't hear about this, because no one cares when Muslims are treated horribly (if he'd said that about Jews, of course, he'd be fired). No less than fourteen mosque projects are being opposed in America alone. Some guy in Florida is planning a "Burn a Quran Day". The US Army has invaded two countries that had nothing to do with 9/11 and killed tens of thousands of innocent people there. But you, Castro, and all your knowledge of human rights, must be correct. No one EVER blames Muslims for anything. Ass.

    from the article: Fidel Castro tells Ahmadinejad: Stop denying the Holocaust
    First published 23:30 07.09.10 | Last updated 23:30 07.09.10
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