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Reader comment on item: Muslim Taxi Drivers vs. Seeing-Eye Dogs
in response to reader comment: no dogs, no pigs, yes cats are allowed for muslims

Submitted by susan (United States), Mar 6, 2008 at 17:56

Attention all of you judges etc--do you want to be out of a job and us to be second class citizens (if not eventually headless ones)
What is happening here is a precedent is being set--if we recognize their laws as opposed to our own laws the UNITED STATES OF AMERICAS laws--then we are no longer the US of A but a muslim sharia based society----dont you get it?

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