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Reader comment on item: Europe under Siege
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Submitted by Mitch (United States), May 1, 2008 at 22:24

I don't really have a problem with many Arabs living in Europe, as long as they don't try to take over part of one country for themselves and treat the people who are already there as second class citizens.

In a world where people are increasingly mobile it is no longer reasonable to expect the ethic makeup of countries to remain static.

If Europe is going to have an Islamic majority in our lifetime, then I strongly suggest that America and it's allies try to have a better
relationship with the Islamic world.

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