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re abbning Bahrains Bangladeshis from entry

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Submitted by Gabrielle Crofts (Australia), Jun 13, 2008 at 01:06

Given that 3000 americans were murdered on 911, then American Government thus can apply the same rules to this Bahrainian edict and ban all Muslims from entry into America with full moral equivalence based on the fact Bahrain did this What is done in other Muslims countries such as this, is perfectly justifiable in the Americans countries as should Australia and UK

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