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Why just in Minnesota?

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Submitted by Paul (Canada), Feb 23, 2007 at 11:11

This is all about religious law. If it is a 'law' then it should apply not just in Minnesota, but to all airports across the globe. It should involve shipping companies that transport alchohol, it should involve medical supplies, and chocolates etc.

Obviously to protect Muslims from being damned, we should remove them from all positions where they might be exposed to alcohol! Evidently over the last 12 centuries Muslims have not been going to heaven becasue of this. Save the Muslims from damnation!!

Or perhaps the cabbies in Minnesota are wrong. Beats me.

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