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Saudis Shred Bibles, Rights Campaigners Claim
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| May 19, 2005
| By Patrick Goodenough
Posted on 02/06/2006 5:50:25 PM PST by BlueJ7
Reports from the Islamic world of the abuse of Bibles and other items important to Christians emerge from time to time, but generally have little impact - in contrast to the wave of Muslim anger sparked by a Newsweek report, since retracted, of Koran desecration by the U.S. military.
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TOPICS: Miscellaneous; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: cartoons; desecration
posted on 02/06/2006 5:50:25 PM PST
Interesting read. Thanks for posting.
posted on 02/06/2006 6:02:37 PM PST
posted on 02/06/2006 6:18:22 PM PST
by Founding Father
(The War Against Western Civilization Has Begun)
I'm going to go attack the Saudi embassy!!!!
posted on 02/06/2006 6:42:06 PM PST
(How Would Mohammed Vote? Hillary for President!)
Even after reading this I still don't feel like starting a fire, rioting, beheading someone or strapping myself with explosives to kill innocent women and children.
I must suffer from a lack of faith.
posted on 02/06/2006 6:47:42 PM PST
(From a fellow FReeper: Being an "angry" conservative makes me a "fringer".)
I suggest you use wadded up pages of the Koran dipped in pig blood as your favorite projectile when you attack the Saudi embassy.
If you end up in jail tell them you are a Freeper. They'll cut you some slack.
Damn Saudis, I bet they're flushing Bible's down the toilet, but I'll wait for Newsweek and the NY Times to confirm it.
I'll be rioting in my backyard in the meantime.
Always remember that God's Word is Eternal.
Nothing that anybody can do to a printed Bible can deter God's Word from going forth in this world.
Your words are true.
I must clarify my previous post though, I was making fun of Newsweek reporting Korans were being flushed down the toilet at Gitmo, which was a lie.
Got it. Even if it were true that some of our security personnel at Gitmo were flushing parts of the Koran, this would not be an approved policy and practice of the United States Armed Forces.
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