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Who wants to go there anyway?

Reader comment on item: A Christian Caught in Mecca; What Fate Awaits Him?
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Submitted by Timothy (Canada), Mar 5, 2009 at 20:30

Let's face it... there are millions of Muslims running away from Muslim countries while Christians and Jews are quite happy to stay where they are. The longer Muslims are in our society, the less Muslim they will become. In 2 generations, they will be assimilated! Look at women who might wear the hijab now but at the same time the have on a pair of skin tight jeans. That is not Muslim! And, as soon as the electric cars start rolling, Saudia Arabia is toast. Have a nice day!

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