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Only 10% want it?...It's settled then!

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Submitted by M.D. ANTHONY (Canada), Jan 11, 2014 at 19:03

Only 10 percent of the respondents prefer women to wear either a niqab or burqa when in public?

Well that settles it.

In today's Islam it is abundantly clear that 10% rules the remainder by brutality and the enforcement of irrational islamism. Only in secular moslem Nations such as Egypt is there even a modicum of rational thought. Consider that rational thinking is what the Liberal mind despises on all fronts in favour of irrationality. We see today that when it comes to Shiite and Sunni the Liberal mind is like the sheep saying to the two wolves "whats for dinner?" The 90% who did not vote in favor of either Niqab or Burqa have not a chance; as the 90% are supported by only the irrational liberalism which leads the west and which is wilflully blind in it's determination to appease Islamist violence.

We all know that 30 years ago the poll would have been much lower than 10%. Mohammed Deedats Islamic youth crusades were certainly effective in radicalising Moslem youth in the western and middle eastern nations.

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