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Submitted by snakesavage (United States), Feb 25, 2008 at 11:33

I'm not sure how you can spin this as a victory. The muslims get their way with forcing a school district to do their bidding, and the non-muslims are allowed to keep their old menu at considerable cost and aggravation? No, this is just another step towards dhimmitude. The obligation as far as i am concerned, is for the immigrant to adopt to their new country and not the other way around, if you dont like the food, stay away from that country. What the west needs is a uniform policy of " no accomodation-- you adapt or leave".

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