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stoking the fires with the Danish cartoons

By Diogenes (articles ) | Feb 10, 2006

David Warren always has keen insights on the Islamic world. His analysis of the uproar over the Danish cartoons-- which, he explains, is a complaint artificially induced and wildly inflamed by Islamic leaders with political ambitions-- is definitely worth reading.

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  • Posted by: TheJournalist64 - Feb. 10, 2006 7:55 PM ET USA

    Today there was a report on NPR about a Danish dairy company that has shut down all production because of the boycott of Danish products. Will WW III (or IV, depending how we count) begin this way? Will we have to go on Crusade against militant Islamists in all countries to defend Christian culture, what little is left?

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