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Submitted by Jay (United States), Sep 29, 2006 at 09:52

Your comment is spot on. With the growth of the Muslim population comes the destruction (or if that is too coarse, try 'a radical shift') of European culture, and values. I do not believe that this change will develop into some happy Hegelian thesis + antithesis = synthesis. Notre Dame will either be a beautiful Christian church or a very unique Mosque.

Europe needs to accept this reality, as one generation can eliminate what one thousand years has built.

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