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Taxis and Shari'a law

Reader comment on item: More on Those Alcohol-shy Taxi Drivers

Submitted by Cliff Thier (United States), Oct 11, 2006 at 16:53

Surely the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Airport Commission is ready to ease the fears of Muslim taxi drivers about picking up other unclean passengers with similarly clever ideas. No doubt these Muslim tax drivers worry that they may unknowingly be picking up Jews at the airport. To assuage the cabbies' fears the Commission should have special taxis for Jews with a Star of David on the doors of the cabs. And, if the cabs are already yellow, why that would make this a perfect solution. I can visualize it so easily. Cliff Thier

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