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People vs Minarets

Reader comment on item: The Swiss Ban on Minarets: A Possible Turning Point

Submitted by outspoken2 (United States), Nov 30, 2009 at 22:56

The giant "the common man/woman" is finally being awakened from his/her slumber, awakened to the fact their country have been invaded by a people group that doesn't share or want to share in The Swiss Culture. The people have spoken in one voice, the voice of the Majority and stated their objection to this invasion and said "NO" to minarets the symbol of change the Swiss citizens are not willing to make. BRAVO, BRAVO.

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