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Submitted by Sunny Chong (Singapore), Aug 23, 2005 at 11:53

Dhimmitude (whereby non-Muslims accept Islamic superiority and Muslim privilege) is alive and very real. Visit Malaysia and see for yourselves. Ask the non-Moslems there. Under the New Economic Policy (NEP), Moslems (namely, Indonesians, Arab and Indian descendants) are first-class citizens. Much is reserved for them, eg. public jobs, public scholarships, public housing, shares, licences, etc.

The non-Moslems have only to slog and slog and pay taxes to the government. Mind you the NEP is still new. It was enacted some 30 years ago when Moslems went on a rampage massacring the non-Moslems, particularly its diligent Chinese citizens. Today, any non-Moslems who dare breathe a word of it is threatened with another May 13 like 9/11, when all heck broke loose. Quite common in Islamic copuntries, where the Moslem armed forces and police will go on "strike" and the Moslem militias have a field day killing innocent innocent men, women and childern alike, like in East Timor. The aborigines in Malaysia (orang asli) fare no better. They are converted to Moslems and cast aside. Go check it out! It's not a lie.

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