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Submitted by Revert (Canada), Nov 28, 2006 at 18:24

Why should one be forced to assimilate into their adopted nation?. As long as one respects the laws and culture of their adopted country I don't see the problem. Citing one example of a Muslim who wanted the cross taken down is hardly a norm among the Muslims in italy. Also if italy grants muslims citizenship why should they not have the right to demand certian rights and respect. They are there to help the dwindling Italian population so their ecomonies don't collaspe.

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