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infrastructure anyone?

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Submitted by Donald O (United States), Jul 7, 2006 at 18:54

There will never be a infrastructure [courts etc] within islamic lands that will consider even semi-modern human rights or respect of other faiths to continue to exist.

If they deem the possibility, [with tons and tons of western aid guaranteed to pour in] it will be under the constant threat of immediate taxes levied or any other basic human rights being removed at the whims of mullahs or they will replicate more darfurs.

There is no decent standard or respect of western law and they are proud of that established fact. This is the de facto rule of the islamic land - and consideration of adopting such backward beliefs should be laughed out of hand in every instance offered.

on the other hand - Catholic [in this case] powers should be lobbying to stop the countries favorable to their existence to put an immediate stop from supporting the verbal and physical spread of the islamic institutions into their respective states. At best increase the taxes on anything islamic to incredible levels to drive out these extremists to whence they came.

God save the Queen

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