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Native Westerners support multi-culturalism

Reader comment on item: Which Privileges for Islam?

Submitted by Octavio Johanson (Italy), Mar 15, 2005 at 17:09

In your analysis, Mr. Pipes, you skipped the most important question: why were millions of immigrants from the Islamic world allowed to settle in the West?

This is a crucial question to be addressed.

The Westerners who supported (and still support) immigration of millions of people from the Islamic world are the same Westerners who support multi-culturalist policies such as the introduction of Sharia Law in Canada.

Native Westerners support multi-culturalism because it makes them look better and more intellectual.

I know that there shouldn't be swimming-pools for Muslim women only, but try to explain that to those Native Westerners who rabidly support multi-culturalism.

I know that there should not be privileges for Islam. But do you think that Native Western liberals would have that?

I know it is a horrible thing to do, but we have got to accept the situation.

There are millions of Muslims who have already settled in the West and the way out is to reach a compromise.

Or to start sending some of them back to their countries.

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