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in response to reader comment: The problem here is terrible!

Submitted by Hind Samy (Egypt), Feb 5, 2006 at 07:24

"But the thing is, if you do, you have to respect the country's laws and values."

I agree 100%.

"They come here for free money, and have no respect for our women, system, values, and money."

They should respect your women, system, values and money. Why are they getting free money? Stop giving them free money.

"It actually says in their bible (The Koran) that we all should die for not believing in this, i would say..."

It does not say your should die for not believing in the Koran - Islam is actually a religion of live and let live - some so called "Muslims" have twisted things in the Koran to suit their ignorance.

You are absolutely right to be upset when people come to live in your country and cause problems for you, no one is saying different. Personally I loved my time in Denmark and when I see what is happening today, I am saddened.

Perhaps you can lobby your government to install stricter rules and laws - and any immigrants breaking these rules can be promptly deported?

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