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Why muslims deny rights of minorities and majorities

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Submitted by Olie (Indonesia), Sep 29, 2005 at 16:36

I agree with comments from Allonehob. Why do hard muslim people try to enforce their own culture and religion to other people who own their own lands and countries? Why don't they just do it it in Arab countries where they belong, and not enforce non muslims who are hosting them in non muslim country?

Most of them fled their country to immigrate to non muslim country due to many reasons, including oppression from their own system with their own people. Then why do they want to repeat it again? If I would be a president, I just simply say, please go back to where you belong, where you can enforce whatever you want, including stoning to death the sinner? God bless powerful people who respect others with tolerance and understanding of diversity
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