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" What are the little boys made of?"

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Life is not just about potatoes and gravy...

Submitted by Innocent Mum (Sweden), Apr 12, 2006 at 09:18

Danish/American said: "Danish children not allowed to play with Muslim children. If they were caught playing together in parks or playgrounds even in school, the Muslim father would flip out. And heaven forbid if the Muslim child was a female. The beatings these kids would recieve were very terrifying for my cousins".

Muslim parents don't allow their children to play with Danish children!! I don't think any Muslim parent would have sent their children to a local school if they didn't want their children to play or mix with children from other racial backgrounds! It is not believable that Muslim parents in Denmark do not allow their children to play with Danes. Please give some data/ info in support of your point.

About beating kids or female children for playing in parks or playgrounds.. well that depends on what kind of 'play' the children are caught engaged in! Sometimes kids imitate the actions of adults after watching them on tv or on public places. Small boys can sometimes be real mischievous and even dangerous for little gils if they're allowed to play 'in parks and playgounds' without being watched by adults/ school teachers ( Haven't you heard the ancient English rhyme: "what are the little girls made of, made of? Sugar and spice and all thats nice, and thats what the little girls are made of, made of. What are the little boys made of, made of? Snaps and snails, and puppy dogs tails' , and thats what the little boys are made of, made of." ).

Not only Muslims, but all parents should be careful about the little naughty Romeos.

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