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If you want to condemn the Pope...

... at least get the spelling of "Pope" right!


From Yahoo.

8 comments:

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pop_Tate ??

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  2. Anonymous1:50 PM

    Protest by yahoos...courtesy of Yahoo!

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  3. Anonymous2:16 PM

    is this a delegation of Muslim women rehearsing their prayer for "peace" for Assisi III in October ?

    Alsaticus

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  4. Anonymous11:46 PM

    I feel bad for whoever this Pop guy is....hahahahaha

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  5. Behold, the religion of peace: ISLAM.

    And, Blasphemy law is a law of peace. Huh?!

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  6. Ahahaha fail ----------------------

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  7. Anonymous4:09 PM

    This is Pakistani Islamist politics, but the signs are in English to play to Western journalists; this kind of theatrical outrage is the norm in that part of the world due to the Islamic emphasis on exterior piety. Like a stereotypical eastern potentate, the Islamic Allah does not care about man's interior disposition but only his external submission. Strictly speaking, one can be a good Moslem and hate Allah as long as one carries out his dictates and kowtows properly.

    The sign's mention of "Asyia" refers to Asia Bibi, the evangelical Christian currently sentenced to death for alleged blasphemy against Mohammed.

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