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'Different but equal" will be difficult for Slayhy to understand

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Submitted by Josh (United States), Nov 9, 2011 at 23:20

Dear Dr. Pipes:

In the United States (where true freedom and true equality is everyday admired and strived-for) we routinely understand that 'different but equal' is a difficult or impossible doctrine to follow.

Slayhy recommends that Sharia should be applied to only Muslims and not to others. It will be quite hard for him to understand why it is difficult.

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