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Submitted by Jason (United States), Sep 10, 2010 at 20:05

You said you were from Morocco. You say it is tolerant there. I live in America, and I would certainly say my country is tolerant. But yet there are reports that even here, Muslim women are in virtual slavery. If you google Morocco and Sharia, you can turn up a minefield of scary news, including the fact that the government is debating on the re-institutionalization of Sharia. Sharia is a reality in France, let alone any Muslim country. Do you know personally anyone has left Islam and not received a fatwa? I doubt you do.

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