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Reader comment on item: The Swiss Ban on Minarets: A Possible Turning Point
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Submitted by Roman Lenský (Czech Republic), Dec 1, 2009 at 04:46

The main problem is right for political asylum which is still valid in Europe. It must be abolished. That is main target. Otherwise the trend is clear – Islamic Europe and consequently an end of democracy, prosperity and relative freedom. Press on politician has to go on. Evidently there will be also loses – back slash from Islamic world, hurting mainly business but these possible losses are acceptable comparing on-going current development.

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