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While you could make a case for that (and doubtless, you would because of personal bias) it is probably also not accurate.After all, Danes allow ridicule of Christian icons and other religious icons in equal measure (see the comment in the article that "In 1984 the artist Jens Jørgen Thorsen was commissioned by a local art club to paint the wall of a railway station." Yes you could argue this was a self referential act (someone within a culture refering internally to an aspect of that culture) but that still waters down the prejudice argument.193.1 , 6 February 2006 (UTC) I think the section should be revived.European do not adhere to freedom of speech seen in America so accusation of hypocracy is at least a valid topic of discussion. Just yesterday the Superbowl finals were said to be censored in real-time, by e.g.

Regarding "It not racism, its the prejudice toward religion" I'd like to point out that prejudice imples that Islam was somehow singled out for special treatment.

Are they not showing disrespect to the hindus when they first butcher their GOD and then eat it?

May be if you ask them they will say that they don't consider the cow to be god and hence eat it..then the dannish cartoonist also thought that Mohammed was just like any other man and since we create cartoons of world leaders,sportsperson, entertainers, scientists..why not that of a religius leader..he created the cartoon.

--Kizor , 4 February 2006 (UTC) It not racism, its the prejudice toward religion.

You can say the Muslim held prejudice toward Christianity (and vice versa), but you can't say all Muslim hate Nordic Europeans, becuase is Muslim is a cross-race religion, and welcome any race. , 4 February 2006 (UTC) Its racism as Muslims are themselves one race of people who worship in Arabic.

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