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Submitted by Tom (United Kingdom), Feb 8, 2009 at 17:55

From one perspective we might look at The European and Muslim cultures as entities which have in a sense existed in isolation to the wills of those countless individuals living within them. A 'culture' has a selfish agenda. There must ultimately be a loser in any multicultural arena. Imagine your culture wiped out, made extinct, along with all your values of liberty, freedom of expression, the rights of the individual, the freedom to explore science, the universe, it is a sobering thought.

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