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Why Muslims don't agree for reciprocity when it comesd to rights of non-Muslims in Muslims countries???

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Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Dec 9, 2009 at 10:49

I don't see why the West is waiting to ban building of mosques in the West altogether until the Saudi Arabia allows building of Hindu temples, Jewish synagogues and christian churches in Mecca!! Let the free flow of information on other religions be allowed in Muslim countries and let people decide what religion to follow without intimidation and threats of beheading, we let Muslims do it in our countries, it is just fair. But the Muslims hypocrisy would never allow it and they will be carping about the Swiss vote to ban minarets and they would insist on their right to do what ever they want to do in our countries but would not agree for non-Muslims to enjoy the same rights in Muslim countries!!

Do our media, politicians, academia and experts see this??? Is this concept of equality and reciprocity so difficult to understand?? A case of willful blindness and self destruction on our part!!!

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