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Submitted by 12 (India), Oct 30, 2008 at 07:38

Most muslims do respect laws, TRUST ME i know.

trust you?

Some of them even try to act like their american/English or from whatever western country, because they want to fit in. its not only some muslims who don't respect laws, you act as if no other religious person ever breaks the law. Also, a lot of the muslims come to a western country because their countries are being terrorised BY western countries, and they no longer feel safe there.

Sounds strange. Their countries are terrrorised by the west so they come to western countries to terrorise them. Sounds familair.

So if you expect muslims to go back to their countries, then western countries should leave muslim countries alone. Why do americans ALWAYS interfere with other countries. Yes iran don't have democrasy, why is it americas problem. That's just another excuse to attack a muslim country just as they have done in the past.

Okay fine are you saying that all the Muslims will leave Non Muslim countries if people stop sending aid to their countries. Its a good suggestion actually. Why do we need to clean up some1 else's stuff.


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