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No, Judge Vitaliano is correct.

Reader comment on item: Excluding Jews and Others from Law Courts
in response to reader comment: Frederick Cohn is correct

Submitted by Jeff (United States), Mar 14, 2013 at 12:48

"If any juror—regardless of race, creed, national origin, sex—can't accept the instruction of the court ... that juror doesn't belong on the jury." I can't state this obvious truth any better.

The only reason this is not an example where 'Islam drives the social and legal agenda in the West' is that the judge was smart enough and had enough respect for the Constitution to quickly dismiss this foul, racist idea.

Meanwhile, just what is it that Islam has to offer the world? What were the top ten new scientific inventions from the middle east (excluding Israel) for 2012?

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