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Britain's 'multiculti' policies

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Submitted by Tzvi Tamari (Canada), Jul 25, 2005 at 11:57

Though I regret the loss of life of the victims in the suicide bombings, I have little sympathy in general for the British. After years of anti-Israeli/pro- Arab policies, the hens have come home to roost. The bed they made is the one they are going to have to sleep (or not sleep!) in. If Britain doesn't wake up soon, I believe they are in for more and worse of the same.

Unfortunately the West (including the US) don't understand the mindset of Muslims (or for that matter other non-Western people).
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