MOHAMMED CARICATURE (T-SHIRT) - Group Buy Anyone?

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    I dunno... I'm tempted.
     
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    Tempting yes, but you might as well wear a pro-holocaust or a "burn christians in the coliseum" shirt for all the offense you would generate with this.

    Plus, it's just not classy.
     
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    Are they made in Denmark?
     
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    Apparently, the only people offended by it are Muslims. And I already wear shirts that would potentially offend people, so that really doesn't bother me. IMO, it's exercising my right to free speech, just as someone wearing a "burn christians in the coliseum" shirt would be exercising their right to free speech. I do have to say, though, that wearing a shirt that portrays Mohammed as violent (which is a historical fact - Islam's spread was primarily by the sword) is not the same as being pro-Holocaust or pro-killing Christians.
     
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    When you're right, you're right.
     
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    At first I wasn't going to get this, but I think I will now. It irks me when Muslims are saying that we must "respect" their religion. No, I don't have to. I do not respect Islam as a religion at all. And I should have the right to express that without any fear or hesitation.
     
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    Still... how do they KNOW it's Him since there are no pictures of him...(?)


    Now... guess who this is:
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