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Still no reply on why freedom of religion is a thing of christian based countries?

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Submitted by susan (Italy), Oct 8, 2007 at 16:45

"( you have a point that is what it is again...that goes back to what i asked before......we all as working class people are slave to some sort, we may get paid more then others but at the end we work to stay alive. in the past slave also work to stay alive but on different terms in many ways work or die some were treated better then others of course but it is what it is . today if we dont provide a way to work then we will also die humm!!!! different but the same..what you think???"

I think that muslim country don't have the slightest idea of what human rights are. Human rights are a product of christian based countries, that's why in christian based countries there is the will to try to improve the conditions of workers and in muslim countries, since the koran allows slavery, you haven't.

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