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why not sending him back to Arabia?

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Submitted by bruno, IT (Italy), Jan 9, 2006 at 03:17

This man is a welfare recipient, but he has the strength to imprison his family in order to make them respect his moral beliefs.

So he is able to work. And if he doesn't work, he is a parasite of our societies, not only, he shows to be not incompatible from an antropological point of view: why don't our governments send back this kind of people where they belong to?

Do we have a moral obligation to feed our enemies with our money, nourishing them when they despise and exploit us?

More broadly, do we have an obligation to feed the world?

Is the wealth of the Western societies coming down from the sky?

As far as I know food from the sky only fell once on a jewish tribe escaping from slavery, and they were led by a particularly pious man, which is why they were granted this special privilege, after that unique episode that privilege has never been granted to any other tribe on this orb.

For the rest of mankind, there is just hard work to gain food.

Likely this arab considered himself to be superior to us so that he was entitled to live on money that he feels the infidels owe him for being a true believer.

Let's send home this evil supremacists.
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