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People will label the tagging idea as "Hitleresque"

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Submitted by NooYawkah (United States), Jan 3, 2006 at 22:52

I don't think that many Muslims will take a liking to being tagged by Mr. Sch√ľnemann, least of all those Muslims who might advocate violence as a means of achieving Islamic political goals.

Heribert Reich's idea hits closer to the source of the problem, but should only Muslims take the lengthy test? Someone's going to complain about racial profiling and them the idea will be squashed because of run-amock "political correctness".
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