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To Sultan, discrimination in the Muslim world didn't stop us from being successful

Reader comment on item: Reflections on the Revolution in France*
in response to reader comment: Victims of Racism

Submitted by Amira (Canada), Nov 8, 2005 at 16:03

The challenge that minorities have in Muslim countries can be unbearable, however, these minorities are the most educated and stand as civilized minorities in non civilized countries. Christians in Muslim Countries don't blame others for their problems, they work hard to be acknowledged and work much harder than Muslims in order to establish a good life. They are loyal to the countries they live in.

When we came to Canada, My husband and I realized that we need to upgrade our degrees in order to be recognized, and that's what we did, we worked extremely hard in order to establish a good life. We could have sat down and waited for help from the government.

A Christian in a Muslim country need sometimes to work triple the amount of a Muslim in order to make it. Why don't Christians riot and burn cars, burn businesses, erupt, cry about their rights, etc

Muslims have the tendency to blame others for their problems, they complain about discrimination and think that the only way out is by harming others.


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