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Jihad is it over or is it real

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Submitted by Thomas Earl Cannady (United States), Jun 30, 2006 at 07:42

I wonder is it more important to have safe countries for all citizens (including women) or should we be politically correct. I am not for prostitution nor am I for the lack of rights for woman in most muslim countries. Complaining about a banner insulting you on a countries flag being on the banner suggest you are in a country with strong civil rights. I wonder could that banner even be made in countries where women are forced to cover themselves from head to toe and do not have the vote or right to reproductive freedom? Why also I wonder did the persons who objected to the banner not show their faces and hire an attorney to ask that the banner be changed or taken down? Hey, maybe they use the services of the bordello and did not want it known that they like the prostitution but not the advertising of the prostitution to men who do not support civil rights in this or any other country, apparently.

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