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Secularism ?

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Submitted by Vijay (Belgium), May 23, 2013 at 18:03

Now that the US government which is supposed to be separate from religions and taking views on religion, has gone overboard in promoting Islam at the expense of the American tax payer, I hope they spend as much money and effort in promoting Hinduism, Judaism, Christianity, Jainism Buddhism, Rastafarianism and different folk religions of Africa.

If the US government cannot be equidistant from all religions as the US Constitution demands, the least they can do is to be equi-friendly to all religions.

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