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Respect of Country

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Submitted by Nelson D'Silva (India), Jun 23, 2012 at 10:22

Any person not willing to accept the national anthem as a sign of patriotism to the country, especially a person holding high office, and that, too, of a judge, should be honest enough to resign his job and seek employment elsewhere where his misdemeanour would not amount to an incitement to those who wish to destroy the country. What allegiance would such a judge be having to the laws of the land? Moreso, would such a judge be acting in the interest of the citizens of the nation of Israel?

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