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I can practice my religion without breaking the law...

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Submitted by Jacob Carmiel (United Kingdom), Aug 31, 2005 at 03:19

The fact is I am a british convert, all this nonsense about Muslims immigrants and in some cases calls for non-immigrants to leave the country is absurd. I was born here and I am British. I will practice Islam and not give up its core values whilst respecting the law of the land, at the point where the laws start intefering with my religion, I shall leave this country.
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