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Ignorance still rules

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Submitted by DaveP (United Kingdom), Feb 25, 2009 at 18:50

Quote: Kate Hartas, explained the priorities for gaining access to this housing: "where there are two households of equal priority who qualify for an Aashyana home, we would offer to the household who would most benefit from the culturally-sensitive services that Aashyana provides," meaning Muslims or Sikhs. Muslims and Sikhs living together, ostensibly in peace and harmony, indicates sheer ignorance of the history of Sikhs, and how they came about. Amazing ignorance, just the same kind that brought in Muslims into the unprotected soft bosom of the West.

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