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Didnt Muslims fly a plane into the Pentagon?

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Submitted by Peter Hall (Australia), Sep 6, 2011 at 13:33

Didn't Muslims fly a plane into the Pentagon?

And restricted areas of the Vatican are not restricted by religion, but are restricted to the public in general.

Military areas are restricted to non military, not on a basis of race or religion. And jails are restricted to inmates and staff, but restricting 2 cities purely on the basis of religion is discriminatory.

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