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Submitted by bob (United Kingdom), Sep 12, 2006 at 16:21

i live over here in the uk. in a city which is 40% muslim. That is wrong and should never exist in a christian state. the same percentage of the muslims in this country want it to be ruled by sharia law! i have had to go to school with many muslims and the white people at our school i have to say have been persecuted as being racist when we are purely being patriotic for what out grandparents have fought for.

we all know that not every muslim is a terrorist and wants to kill everyone that isn't muslim. however muslims make it perfectly clear that they do not like any other race. so why should we give them any respect? when they murder a guy walking home from work and carve the pakistani flag in his chest how is that right? an unprovoked attack.

in my city there are no-go areas and one of these areas is the central park, many a time we have been forced to leave by muslims harrasing us looking for trouble. overall, from my experience white people have every right not to like muslims not only for 9/11 and 7/7 but for their general attitudes to the west.


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