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Submitted by Kamath (Canada), Apr 27, 2006 at 13:27

I am absolutely aware and can quote more than one incident where pressures are brought upon by higher authorities on a person who is critical of Islamic demands. These are made to apologize, reevaluate grades, take a sensitivity course etc. etc. and asked to use politically correct language and so on! This was done to avoid " embarrassement.", legal fights and fear of monetary consequences. etc. etc.

But my question is - was the person at Belmont U really forced to resign . Did it come to that ? Just a curiosity !

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