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Submitted by Paul M. Neville (United States), Apr 9, 2003 at 06:05

I hope your desire to "respect" their religion does not extend guaranteeing Muslim monopoly. Freedom of religion must be a basic principle instilled in whatever new Iraqi government emerges. Iraqi Christians must be encouraged to return home and civil law must replace Islamic law in all aspects of the new Iraqi society.

One of the easiest ways to reform Islam is to require it to compete in the marketplace of religious ideas.
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