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Don't forget the NJ Transit worker who lost his job

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Submitted by Edward (United States), Sep 27, 2010 at 10:44

Don't forget the NJ Transit worker who lost his job because he ripped out pages from a Koran he owned and burned the pages. It was on his day off and he was not working at NJ Transit when he did this. SHAME on NJ Transit. I hope NJ Transit hold others to the same standard. Hold Muslims who attend lectures where the speaker preaches that Infidels should be killed to the same standards.

http://www.bostonherald.com/news/national/northeast/view.bg?articleid=1281824&srvc=rss

Why is it OK for the crazies to protest outside of a military funeral but NOT OK for a man on his day off to express his view of the koran that inspires such hatred of Infidels?

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