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Submitted by Ali (United States), Dec 22, 2008 at 19:29

these are two cities where you have no business. meaning religious rites are carried on there. ... If you have no faith in such things you have no business going to those places. Its not that hard of a concept to understand. The mormon temples and the vatican have areas where non-adherants are not allowed to enter which is completely fine. Are you going to ask them to leave as well? People learn to live with other people when they tolerate each other's sovereignty. You can leave if you dont like it.

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