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Education of bilingual muslim children by Iftikar Ahmed

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Submitted by Mona (Australia), Sep 12, 2009 at 08:52

Hi Iftikar Ahmed, We had to immigrate to a christian country with our 5 children due to the islamic persecution and racism that we were going through. We feel sorry for those that we left behind especialy when we watch the news and see them suffering due to the islamic torture to force them to become muslims. Millions of christians had to flee the islamic regime.We could not even say our prayers at school and it was a christian school too.

You or your parents left your own muslim homeland and went to live in a christian country you should be thankful i wish we had the same privilege like you. Most of the christians are leaving their country of birth if it is muslim due to the enormous suffering of the islamic law applied also on them. No muslim in a christian country have been obliged to live with the christian law instead they respected your muslim way of living.

In indonisia,Eygpt and other islamic countries the muslims are burning the churches on Sundays when people are there praying, also kidnapping and raping the chrstian girls and the governments are not doing anything. In Saudi Arabia the christians are not allowed to pray not even in their own homes let alone not alowed to have a church. They cannot wear a crucifix like you have the higab in a christian country .

You have the mosque and the sheik to pray for your dead but in Saudi Arabia the christians have nobody. In a muslim coutry it is very difficult to obtain permission to build a church especialy in a village and look how many mosques you have around you in your area. I would not be complaing at all if I were you. We would not have moved from our country of birth because we loved it but we love our faith most. Thank you.

Mona

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