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Enough is enough...

Reader comment on item: No Islamic Law in Minnesota, for Now

Submitted by Debora Derlagen (Cyprus), Oct 16, 2006 at 13:10

In short, if by principles or religion one cannot kill a fly he/she should not seek employment in a butcher. If one is a taxi driver and there are no local law forbidden the purchase and possession of alcohol, to refuse the passenger is pure discrimination. Go back to drive in Somalia or or seek a job where it is not necessary to deal with the public indiscriminately. Hopefully Islamic people will keep behaving as such and awake the Western societies before the Muslims highjack our countries and values.

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