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I would hope for separation...but it is highly improbable and unlikely

Reader comment on item: How the Cartoon Protests Harm Muslims [by Leading to a Separation of Civilizations]

Submitted by J.S. (Canada), Feb 24, 2006 at 15:54

Personally, I don't want to see anything or hear anything about radical Islam or, for that matter, anything about "Islam." ...
The West would be better off without them...what is their contribution? Suicide bombings? Terrorism?? Inventing new ways to harrass non-Muslims?

In thinking about Islam and its "core values" -- here's what I have to say:

1) Private religious schooling in Canada? NO!! Say "No!" to madrassas. I do not want Islamic schools funded by Canadian taxpayers in Canada so children can learn how to hate Jews and dream of destroying western civilization.

2) Gender segregation in elementary schools? NO! It's Islamic.

3) Sharia Law? Separate religious codes? NO! And let's stop Canadian universities being taken over, invaded by the Islamists. Including people such as Anver Emon who claims to teach Islamic Law at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law -- get them out of our universities.

4) Proportional representation for Canadian provinces or federally? NO! It would lead to Islamist fundamentalist parties.

5) More immigration? NO!

6) Multi-culturalism as a "policy?" No!

7) Continuation of the separation of church/mosque/temple state? YES! No "prayer rooms" -- no more Ramadan / Islamist propaganda at universities and schools.

8) Execution of terrorists? YES Re-instate capital punishment.

9) Privatization of government agencies -- such as Registries or Ports? NO! (The province of Alberta has a problem with corrupt registry agencies giving out false drivers' licences -- that's, South Asians giving out licences (including Class 1) to anyone who'll pay the price.)

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