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Asking for reciprocity is not imposing our ideals.

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Submitted by Angel2 (United States), Feb 16, 2009 at 16:40

Samer Sukhun: You are either selfish or naive. Building churches in Islamic countries is not imposing our ideals on you. Pope is just asking for reciprocity. A convenience that is available to Muslims should also be extended by muslims. Saudi Arabia got its first women minister recently. The tide of change is coming.

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