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Three Options for Muslims living in West :

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in response to reader comment: For AJK: I propose that Muslims residing in the west pay a Jizya (Q:9:29) tax!

Submitted by Christian Ross (India), Jul 15, 2006 at 08:33

Three options for Muslims living in West & other Non Muslim Countries ,

1) Either fully integrate in the host country , respect its values and laws.

2) or Leave the Country and go back to ....Jihadistan ( Muslim Countries)

3) or you will be deported back to Arabia or to Guantanamo Bay House..

Choose your option , we have tolerated you too long.

Now leave us alone if you dont like here.

Submitting....

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