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Moslems bully a sweetie

Reader comment on item: Not Child's Play: The Teddy-Bear Intifada

Submitted by Ron Taylor (United States), Dec 4, 2007 at 02:38

What's wrong with those Somalis, bullying and threatening a sweet lady teacher like that? Do they think they are big men, running around in the streets with swords, threatening a woman?

I would love to find a mailing address where I could have a teddy bear sent to her. There is a company called Vermont teddy bears that has some nice ones I hear. Does anyone know if I could have one sent to her through the embassy or some other address?

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