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Where is that "Freedom of Expression" gone?

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in response to reader comment: Joe........What????

Submitted by Amin Razaque (United Kingdom), Jan 20, 2009 at 21:45

So Adam the Scot - where is that great principle of "Freedom of Expression" gone....
.... see that term is only used to harras Muslims. When it comes down it it - you are just as much human as us Muslims.

If a Muslim told a non-Muslim about what they could and could not wear then a Muslims would be denying the right of freedom. But it is ok for non-muslim to tell a Muslim what to wear because .....

- or do you agree that Muslims can tell non Muslims what to wear or not to wear in Muslim majority countries?

Submitting....

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