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in response to reader comment: Welcome back Amin Ryaz

Submitted by Amin Riaz (United Kingdom), Dec 13, 2013 at 16:59

"Those non-Muslims who fast on Ramadan are the best of the human breed but they are not courageous enough. They should criticize the Islamic states for not offering similar openness in their societies and --more importantly-- in the minds of their people."

They probably do. In fact - more likely than not. But what have they - in all instances - got anything to do with Islamic states? Nothing.

Sorry - but this is nothing more than your prejudice - leftie do-gooders and whatnot.

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