Skip to comments.NY Muslims Hate Filled Reaction To Draw Mohammad Day
Posted on 05/20/2010 7:47:45 PM PDT by Islaminaction
Muslims keep implying that Islam is so strong, yet they continue to be offended, by freedom of speech and expression. If Allah is so strong, he should be able to take it. This is from the NY based RevolutionMuslim.com group, which is the group that ignited the South Park controversy storm. Their message of hate continues, and this pro-911 video, is as hateful as they come. We are all on their hit list.
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They say it is a religion of peace.
Islamic expansionism/threat ping list. If anyone wants on or off, please email me. Thanks!
Now that was not nice of you. Lol!
Yeah, now Free Republic is going to get bombed by the Muslim terrorists... hoo-boy!
Yeah, it’s a religion of piece ... all that will be left is this piece of you and that piece of you ... LOL ...
So the “miracle” of Mohammed’s image on my grilled ham and cheese is NOT going to make me rich?
Moslems are the thinnest-skinned group of people I’ve ever seen.
Obama is the thinnest-skinned President in U.S. history.
If they hate our freedom of speech, why are they here? They obviously hate our institutions. I’m not giving up my rights and freedoms for them, my family and I were here first and many go back as far as 1674. There were no Muslims here then. They can go and kiss my ass.
They are here to conquer.
Their goal is a worldwide Caliphate
I flush mudhamhead sculptures daily!
The leaders of this group were born here. One is an ex-Jew, who now hates Israel.
The ancestors got it right when they kicked their asses out of Europe 500 years ago. Too bad the left here is so worried about their “feelings”. We’ve become a nation of wussy’s. :-(
They lie a lot.
Islam 101: Lying is Permissible
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