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The Islamic organizations are abusing the Statue of Liberty

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Submitted by zari namdar (Switzerland), Sep 8, 2007 at 14:54

Once upon a time I was born in Iran as a non practicing muslim .{in 1960.} I came to the United States ,in {1978 }of America to be an Art student. Today I am A proud American. Unfortunately it is obvious ,that the muslim people like to carry their customs and culture into other western countries. and do not respect their new contry! if ,they respect and have so much love for their roots and religious habits ,they should go to a muslim state or country. when we leave our countries ,for more freedom ,and come to United States Of America.

it is our duty to become one with the American rules ,regulations,and learn the English language as well as we can! As an x muslim ,it is unfortunate to see the muslims are forcing their culture,religion,and their ideology about life all over the globe! I hope the United States of America will not allow muslim schools to multiply .It is a must to stop the muslim organizations to get more power under their sleeves! every thing in life has a limit!!!!!.......

sincerly Zari Namdar an American Artist www.zarinamdar.com


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