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Mariam: "You People" have rights too

Reader comment on item: "Muslims Only!" Events
in response to reader comment: REPLY TO MR. GREEND

Submitted by Viking Woman (Kuwait), Apr 21, 2008 at 04:46

"You People"

Mariam, is this what you learned from living in America?

You sound so judgemental, it's sad. After living in the Middle East for a couple of decades I can attest to your facts that there are no homosexuals, drinking or drugs. No crime, no incest, no child abuse. This is why your ancestors immigrated to America, to escape this "utopia" of perfection.

Here's the deal Mariam: If every religion in America (who accepts all religions) were to reserve a day in any theme park for their religion only we'd have to consider Christianity, Judaism, Buddihshm, Taoism, Bahai, Scientology, Mormons, and Hinduism. Then we would have to alot days for those non-religious groups who are offended by religious groups.

This would tie up the parks for at least 365 days a year logically speaking.

Of course, since your religion is the only right one I can see your most valid points.

And since you mentioned the inappropriate dress, then you would have to exclude any Non Muslims on park day. Next it would be Wal Mart and Safeway food stores where those 'you people" shop daily....

Submitting....

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