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Should governments burn mosques?

Reader comment on item: [Nepal and France:] Two Opposite Responses to Terrorism

Submitted by David Guy (Israel), Sep 18, 2004 at 13:38

Should the French Government burn down mosques or should it quietly encourage French hooligans to assault Muslims while it stands piously aside and claims no knowledge?

Did the Nepalese Government encourage violence against the Nepalese Muslim community? I have seen no evidence of this. It took a while for the Nepalese Government to restore order with a shoot-on-sight curfew. Could this be just Third World inefficiency or was the Nepalese Government behind the mob?

Just how much blood should the Gendarmes shed on the Champs Elysees to make the point that the French (head-covering bans, notwithstanding) are not dhimmis?
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