Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Where's The Outrage Now?

Remember a few weeks ago when the entire country was in an uproar, seething with outrage over the report that a pastor in Florida was planning to burn some copies of the Koran? I agreed with Michelle Malkin at the time, when she suggested that people in this country would be better served by actually reading the Koran rather than burning it. "What's in the Koran", Michelle correctly pointed out, "is far more of an inflammatory threat to American soldiers than any match with which to light it."

What I would like to know is where the outrage is, now that Muslims are doing the same? (only, they're actually doing it, not just threatening to do it) The New York Post released a report over a week ago highlighting Muslims in Malawi who are angry with the Gideon's for distributing copies of the Holy Bible in Islamic schools. Have you heard one word of this in the mainstream media? I haven't, and I pay pretty close attention. Interesting. 

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