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Block access of Muslim clerics to US jails.

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Submitted by Markus (Australia), Mar 9, 2006 at 02:09

It is high time that Muslim clerics were banned from visiting anyone in any US jails (Muslims or non-Muslims) and furthermore, where possible, Muslims should be segregated from non-Muslims. The danger of not doing so is that jail inmates are highly susceptible to Islam's ... ideology that preys on their feelings of alienation and promises amazing lies that Islam will solve their problems. Hence they become hooked. There are enough dysfunctional, violent and dangerous Muslims already in the world without adding to the number by allowing brainwashing while in prison.
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