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Submitted by ggagcag (Viet Nam), Mar 20, 2012 at 16:25

It is inevitable that these overdone and unreasonable conditions dictated by Muslim cabbies worldwide and their refusal to do the jobs they are being paid and are expected to do will lead to their business demise. In a free society one needs to go with the flow and work with the framework one is given in order to meet with any success. These cabbies not only damage the reputation of reasonable Muslims but make a big deal out of something that is not even clearly stated in their laws as far as I heard. I think that it is all part of a concerted publicity stunt to try to raise awareness for becoming a Muslim. Or raise awareness about how they are so discriminated against. Poor guys, they can't throw out dogs willy-nilly or refuse service to legitimate paying customers.

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