Muslims claim televangelist ouster victory

A U.S. Muslims' advocacy group is claiming victory in getting a televangelist's show taken off the air in Florida.

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  1. Yes, the heck with the 1st amendment. You don't want to upset the Muslims! Are we in America, or where? I am so tired of catering to Islam.
    (papajohn, 28 August 2007 01:27)

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  2. The televangalist Mr. Keller is not a Jehovah's witness, rather a type of born again Christian which is Protesant. I think that his speech was wrong and could incite hatred against other people and especially in the US where we have people from all over the world, the TV station was correct in pulling his program.
    (lollee, 26 August 2007 19:45)

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  3. Who are Jehovah's Witnesses?

    No tolerance,the Jehovah's Witnesses are a cult because they try to cut you off from others who do not have the same beliefs, including family.
    (Danny Haszard, 26 August 2007 15:44)

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