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    Thursday, August 30, 2007

    "paltalk" target of Jahidists, fake petition.

    To: Paltalk

    Mr Jason Katz,

    We the following feel shocked and appauled that such a commodity as Paltalk is being used by certain elements and parties to harvest hate against ethenic minorities, in particualar against the Islamic faith. To us this is racist and unacceptable and a sickness that should not be tolerated for long. Racial terminoligy and profanity have been used in G-rated rooms by certain parties who shall rename nameless unless their nomenclature is required. A suffering to which children have been subjected and their young minds wrongly manipulated to feel hate towards certain elements. We feel it is your responsibility to put an end to this.
    Hence we ask of you to correct such wrongs before the hate consumes more people and causes more pain for some. Racism is something that the better part of the world condemns and doesnt allow. We, the undersigned hope that we can soon count Paltalk, a community of four million that stretches across the globe among that better part.


    The Undersigned

    This advice from an Islamic forum:

    Come voice so quickly closed
    وعدد المصوتين الان هو
    The number of voters is now
    (1,060,799) مسلم Muslim (1060799) طريقة التوقيع
    Signature method
    اضغط على Press مستطيل (click here to sign petition) أسفل الرسالة Rectangle (click here to sign petition) bottom of the letter ستنفتح لك صفحة ثانية
    OPEN UP page for you again
    اكتب أي اسم
    Write any name
    اكتب أي ايميل
    Write any email
    اكتب أي دولة
    Write any State
    اكتب أي عمر
    Write any age
    ستنفتح لك صفحة ثالثة
    OPEN UP third page you
    اضغط على مستطيل (Approve signature) Click on the rectangle (Approve signature)

    This advise make the petition null and void, worthless.


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