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July 26, 2006

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The Observer

Nice comparison of the Massiahs! lol

It explains the Jews superior complex of being God's chosen ones which means others should pay, the Islams inferior complex of being slaves of God where their leaders are God's representatives on earth, the slaves should pay. While Christians percieve it as a fatherly relationship where the father should pay! Maybe that is why the leaders of the western world can be trashed and crossed for their mistakes! :)

yaman

As much as I dislike LBC, I say they should be running more satires of Nasrallah daily--that is if I wasn't afraid it would actually start a civil war.

It's high time for the Danish to publish more cartoons. Maybe this will suffice as a distraction from hating Israel.

Philip I

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Philip I

Clever, witty and true.

Ammar don't forget the other two kinds of messiah:

Messiah of atheism (as in "Religion is the opium of the people" - Karl Marx) and Messiah of Secularism.

These two types are not to be confused. The former is anti religion while the latter is anti fundamentalism.

I'm promoting secularism because entry and exit are free.

Entry into Judaism or Islam means you're a born loser (LOL); You lose your foreskin on the way in and might also have your head chopped off on the way out.

Entry into Christianity automatically calssifies you as a born sinner. You spend your life feeling guilty and trying to redeem yourself, and you keep turning the other cheek to your enemies, but almost always end up burning in hell.

Secularism is the way.

Ammar

Secularism is it for me as well, Philip. Yaman, I am not sure what exact impact publishing some new cartoons will have at this stage, but I am sure that it will be adding more fuel to the fire. We need to try to contain the conflict now, else it will spread and will involve more and more countries and more and more peoples. But it is probably too late now.

yaman

Ammar, I was joking =) And yes, I think in general this is out of our hands at this point.

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