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Submitted by Mary-Anne De Ladroz (United States), Dec 5, 2005 at 00:33

If everyone is to be equal in this country, then why do we make exceptions for one particular religious sect of people? Okay, so sensitivity to their religious needs must be seen to, but not through the exceptions of the law. And if anti-Islamic/Muslim sites are taken down off the Internet, then shouldn't anti-Jewish/Catholic/Lutheran etc. be stripped from the Net? Obviously, these are ""clearly designed to be hurtful and defamatory."".

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M.A.D.L
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