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Special Treatment Belmont

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Submitted by Ed Ziegler (United States), Apr 24, 2006 at 11:47

The world has been appeasing the the Arab world for too many years. Because we do not properly understand the backward Arab thinking we have, by appeasment, taught them how to control via intimidation.

Now to have another school give special treatment to the Islamic faith is pathetic. When has this university objected to the defacing of symbols of other religions? It seems that Islam receives special treatment from the world.


Ed Ziegler

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