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I Second The Motion

Reader comment on item: Two Decades of the Rushdie Rules
in response to reader comment: House of Ishmael

Submitted by Froike (United States), Oct 8, 2010 at 09:23

Re: Jews living under better conditions in Islamic Countries prior to 1945. The conditions varied from time to time and country to country. The conditions were far from perfect. Througout history, there was always some type of oppression against Jews under Islamic Rule.At best, Dhimmitude was not an ideal living condition, but perhaps better than the edge of a sword or torture. However, at the current rate, we should all get used to it.....The handwriting is on the wall.....get ready for Americastan.

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