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Submitted by Alek (Canada), Dec 7, 2009 at 01:51

... If you must ban family court arbitration and in some cases -- much more dubiously --censor their religiously associated symbols, you should not whine about "Muslims changing our way of life". ... are... Muslims are so frightening we need to abandon pluralism in order to inoculate the liberal West against it.

Are you proposing now that we should also abandon the concept of universal standards, and apply our cultural limits only to Muslims and to no one else (obvious bigotry and injustice)? How much poison in the form of a cure are you willing to subject the patient to in the name of saving it?

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