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    • Antikapitalista
    • 10.09.10 | 07:31 (IDT)

    Oh, let him burn them. And the Muslims should retaliate by printing at least ten times more of them, hahaha! Perhaps they could make a fortune even after some carbon tax – by some secret cartel agreement, raising prices and shutting out unfair competitors who would then be selling „non-genuine“ Koran copies. And then use the funds to increase the printing of Koran. It may thus even become a bestseller, hahaha. Sorry, if this offends anyone, but it has become somewhat of a farce! And I think that the Muslims feed the whole thing, so this atttention-seeking lunatic will go ahead with the burning in the end. How ridiculous! Obviously, they have the right to burn their own books; and the Muslims have the right to build a mosque wherever they have a valid building permit. And Barrack Hussein Obama is absolutely right about this: it is their private lot, and if it does not unreasonably encroach upon other people's rights or interests (shade, noise, smell,...), then they should be free to build whatever they wish.

    from the article: U.S. pastor reconsiders cancelling Koran burning after 'lied to' by N.Y. imam
    First published 05:39 10.09.10 | Last updated 05:39 10.09.10
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