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Reader comment on item: The Travails of Brooklyn's Arabic Academy
in response to reader comment: well said

Submitted by Warwick (Malaysia), Dec 20, 2007 at 06:49

Attached is news article from Australia.I think the Australians have had enough of being too friendly to those who will not allow equal rights to religion in the Middle East ( the home of Islam) but want to force their beliefs on us and allow others with possible militant views to come to our countries as students to study at these schools. 911 was caused by student pilots.You think we would learn.


Is there any way we can sue our countries to guarantee us eqaul rights to worship world wide.Or at least make Islamic leaders or the proposed school builders in our countries agree equal rights for us to build a church if we want in the home country of Islam - Saudi Arabia.

They are all members of the UN arent they?

We as citizens cannot discriminate others by race, color, sex etc but our goverments allow religions like Islam to disriminate against us by not allowing us to go to Saudi Arabia etc and build a church but they insist we allow them to come to our counrty and bulid whatever they want.

Doesn't seem fair to me.



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