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Submitted by Vijay (United Kingdom), Sep 6, 2006 at 09:14

During the citizenship conferral, a specific oath of loyalty to the country be asked - on the lines of " I am prepared to serve in the armed forces and fight any country in the world for the security and defence of this country". If any Muslim's religious sensibilities preclude him from fighting other Muslim countries escpecially countries like Saudi Arabia , Iran and other Arab countries, fine he/she can have their religious sensibilities, but he/she won't get the citizenship and stands every chance of being expelled from the host country. In fact , such a rule for citizenship must be applied retrospectively covering new citizens over the last 30 years.


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