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That doesn't work for Spain

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Submitted by Ana Pérez (United Kingdom), Nov 23, 2004 at 09:36

Maybe, as you say, the "education by murder" has worked in Holland, but, in Spain, even after the terrible 11/March/2004, people voted for a government that ran away from Iraq and, now, is going to finance Islam to be taught in public schools from January 2005.

The worst, for me, is that really a lot of people in Spain are happy with that.

What can be done here?
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