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Submitted by Mitchell (Belgium), Jan 15, 2006 at 13:03

The attempts of liberals to show those who have woken up to the danger of Islamism always manages to ignore the worse intolerance of the islamists to the "infidels". As shown in Spain, France and Belgium, the Islamists do not even want wine to be drunk by non-Muslims.

This demand that non-muslims must follow the dictates of Islam, is the true root of contention.
When will the liberals learn that "live and let live" must work both ways?
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