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Dhimmi tax

Reader comment on item: Is Omar Alghabra of Canada's Liberal Party an Islamist?
in response to reader comment: May be we should demand that Muslims pay Jizya and be delared as Dhimmis!

Submitted by namous (Algeria), Aug 29, 2006 at 11:10

I totally agree with this proposal. But the Dhimmi tax should be implemented only on those fundamentalists just to show them that having a non-muslim pay a tax in order for him to practice his religion in moslem land is a mistake even it is prescribed by the law of Allah.

A moslem-tired-of-islam

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