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nobody is actually stopping madrasa

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Submitted by bos (United Kingdom), Aug 18, 2007 at 07:20

Syed you have made yourself sound like a particualarly obtuse ... No one appears to be talking about banning Madrasas, they are talking about not using taxpayers money to pay bigots to run them and putting meadures in place to make sure that doesnt happen.

As for the Jewish school in Shiraz, when its students study history, politics, current affairs etc, what do you think its jewish teachers are allowed to teach about Israel, iraq, Balkan muslim complicity in the holocaust etc?

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