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Removal of Christian symbols from public

Reader comment on item: Away with Crusaders, Crucifixes, Crosses, and Christmas

Submitted by One-eyed eagle (United States), May 26, 2009 at 17:54

The standard reply to all objections to the display of crosses, crucifixes and other symbols of other than the Islamic faith should be answered clearly and succintly:

Allow open worship in centers of faith in all Islamic countries without interference or disruption in any manner and after you have shown you are capable of allowing freedom of faith or religion, we will consider sharing the public space with Islamic images. Until then--Never!

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