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Stop the Cordoba mosque

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Submitted by Octavio (Italy), Jan 3, 2007 at 20:12

No way. No mosque in Cordoba. A European city cannot allow a huge mosque to be built on its soil. An Andalusian city should be aware of the Muslim Reconquista. Just reject the proposal, no matter what Muslims promise in exchange. No, thank you. They have got more than 50 Muslim countries to build mosques, and I am sure that there are enough mosques in Spain as it is. Spanish people, show some guts: stop the Cordoba mosque.

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