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AMERICAN-ISLAMIC RELATIONS

Reader comment on item: More on Those Alcohol-shy Taxi Drivers

Submitted by knightrider (India), Aug 6, 2008 at 06:42

Following one own religion rules is a good thing.One should feel proud of their religion and obey their customs in sacred way. These Islamic drivers in Minnesota are not allowing the passengers who got drunk and even who those who even are taking alcohol along with them,as a part of their customs. But this wont be fair in passengers point of view. these should think in passengers point of view ,that they should'nt be face problems .In my view allowing the passengers who got drunk ,did'nt mean that these people are moving out of their rules.

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