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We Need To Assimilate To Be Accepted

Reader comment on item: Ban the Burqa - and the Niqab Too

Submitted by D.K. Milgrim-Heath (United States), Apr 30, 2010 at 07:46

We Need To Assimilate To Be Accepted

By D.K. Milgrim-Heath©2010

Don't we need to assimilate to be really accepted?

To do as one's other country does so be directed.

Being my whole family too were foreigners just to let you know-

Who immigrated heavily to American shores a century ago.

In Moslem countries all foreigners are told observe their ways of law-

Moslems complying too if not in agreement with any 'western country' flaw.

Would problems with non-Moslem female western thoughts ever still arise?

Listening to all Islam's reasoning so truly are all women free?

Some in extreme devotedness covers all except for hands and eyes you see.

By International laws for licenses of face identity one needs to share-

Their faces for ID purposes when traveling the world everywhere.

Terrorism has changed the world forever as we now know it-

Because of that face identity prevails now you need to show it.

Blame is totally on world terrorism being spoken of so well-

A western world aftermath became the important reason -can't you tell?


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