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The Muslim six-flags day,

Reader comment on item: "Muslims Only!" Events
in response to reader comment: "Muslim Day" Six Flags Adventure park.

Submitted by hellO! (United States), Sep 27, 2008 at 21:03

Seriously.. i mean, come on. The celebrations of groups happens all around the world every day. Gays and lesbians have their parades (and their own six-flags gay day), the Irish have their festivals and Christians have their full-fledged holiday called Christmas, where is is impossible to walk anytime after Thanksgiving anywhere in this country and not find nativity scenes, bells, red and green garland, not to forget the images of Santa Clause posted everywhere. If you are to say that Muslims are talking over then what about this Christmas example I have just set? It is they who push their ideologies upon all Americans for weeks at a time. Lest not us forget: Isn't Christmas a time to celebrate Christ or is is a time for children to get the latest Playstation game? The Muslim six-flags day, if you must know, is just a celebration day for the end of Ramadan, or the holiest month were Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. And for your information, everyone is allowed to go, whether you are Muslim or not. Be a sport and take the time to read up on things and use the internet to research things before you speak.


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