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Minnesota Mini-jihad??

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Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Oct 18, 2006 at 13:31

I would like to know who put up these taxi drivers to start their mini-jihad against alcohol carrying passengers?? Until the cabbies started this jihad, they were comfortably carrying passagers with alcohol without any concern for anything. They would not even object to carrying drunks in their cab. So, what happened here ? Suddenly, these cabbies became more religious? Not!!

The whole affair smacks of "Sudden Jihad Syndrome" as we saw earlier this summer. Since Muslims only listen to their imams, I suspect, this fiasco was instigated by local, national and/or foreign imams to see how it plays out in Minnesota, right in the heartland of USA. If they won this point, more sharia demands would soon follow. The strategy is to slowly bleed America to death by 1000 cuts.

Since MAC members are incapable of upholding even the simplest of anti-discriminatory laws of our land and want to set back US civil rights progress by decades, I would think FBI or other US authorities would investigate this affair. May be the passangers who were denied rides and had to put up with the inconvenience should file class action suits against the cabbies and their cohorts so that it won't happen again in the future.

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