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Shut down the Madrassah in Bridgeview, Illinois

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Submitted by Octavio Johanson (Italy), Jun 21, 2005 at 01:58

That picture of the Muslim school-girls playing basketball is worrying.

It seems to me that the Madrassah in Bridgeview, Illinois, is a ghetto.

For an 18 year-old man to say that he fears sexual temptations from the outside, he must have been brainwashed.

These people live in a ghetto and should not be allowed to live in a ghetto; they should be integrated into American society.

The fact that males and females are not allowed to mix is worrying and reminds of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

The fact that students care about foreign policy more than domestic policy means that they are not integrated into American society.

The Madrassah in Bridgeview, Illinois, should be shut down, because it is a ghetto.

The Islamic States of America are being build; the Islamic States of Europe already exist, thanks to our very irresponsible policies on immigration.

Unless immigration stops, the Islamic States of Europe will become reality.

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