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"Discrimination against Muslim" means treating them like everyone else; i.e., NO SPECIAL PRIVILEDGES!

Reader comment on item: "At War with Islamic Fascists"

Submitted by Dr RJP (United States), Aug 15, 2006 at 18:25

I think that people need to understand that when Muslims say that they have experienced "discrimination," that they are talking about not receiving the special treatment that they demand host countries to provide them.

Whether it's getting time off from work to pray five times a day, or wearing head scarves, or -- even more egregious --requiring businesses to remove their logos (like Tastee-Freeze and Dairy queen) because they "look" like an arabic word, or like Piggly-Wiggly, whose logo is a cute-looking pig and even the "sight of a cartoon pig gives Muslims the heebie-jeebies."

I guess that watching Looney Tunes in Muslim countries must be punishable by death, too.

For 1,400 years, Muslims have gotten used to imposing "dhimmitude" on non-Muslims that it just comes natural to want to subjugate others. CAIR's mission is no to protect Muslims from discrimination as we know it, but to ensure that Muslims can do whatever they please to whomever they please without any consequences.

Hey, the UN Security Council proved just that last week in their Resolution to surrender the rest of the free world to Islamic slavery. Instead of chiding Iran and Syria for starting a war and destabilizing the region, the UN fascists gave them a "green light" to start subversive proxy wars at will anywhere in the world.

Need a diversion from your plan to build nuclear bombs? Simple! Just declare war on Israel, kill innocent civilians no matter whose side they are on, and reap the benefits.

I have a few, pertinent adjectives that I prefer to the term, "Islamic fascits," but I cannot reveal them in mixed company.


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