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Submitted by American Valkyre (United States), Feb 10, 2006 at 03:04

I find myself in agreement with you. The ways of the Muslim people are RADICALLY different from what those of us in the Western Cultures are used to. Integration without complete conversion is not possible. It is this fact that has so many people up in arms about the entire situation. This will eventually get ugly and then, when the people of Denmark and other countries have had enough, it will all explode.

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