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Polish people in Cieszyn do not agree with Sweden

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Submitted by Czeslaw (Poland), Nov 19, 2014 at 06:09

Many Poles do fear islam. Thanks to the slower social development in Poland, there are not many Moslems there. It is therefore possible to demonstrate freely against mosques built in Warsaw.

in the town of Cieszyn in churches and in the Culture Houses

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Cieszyn is where my father was born in 1923. He and visited there last month and both of us spoke there. Seehttp://www.wiadomosci.ox.pl/wiadomosc,28231,richard-pipes-w-cieszynie.html.

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