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Submitted by Jeff (United States), Oct 19, 2006 at 23:32

Syed Mohammad Ali, to whom are you directing your incoherent question? Millions of Muslims attend Mosques across America week after week, undisturbed and in complete safety. Mosques are never blown up in the USA, as they so frequently are in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Perhaps you should direct your question to Pakistanis.

Shia Muslims are not discriminated against in the USA, as they are in Saudia Arabia, living in the poorest neighborhoods and deprived of a decent education. Perhaps you should direct your question to Saudis.

Muslims frequently demonstrate publicly in Europe and the USA, calling for beheadings, celebrating September 11, proudly wearing suicide bomb belts in silly demonstrations and loudly calling for the completion of the Jewish holocaust (even though the holocaust never happened). Do you know what happens to these people? Nothing. So which of their rights are being denied? And what rights are they demanding be denied to others?

Syed Mohammad Ali, with Muslims welcome to build mosques in Vatican City, why is there a fatwa against the building of churches in Saudia Arabia?

Syed Mohammad Ali, why aren't Coptic Christians in Egypt allowed to rebuild their churches after they've been damaged by rioting Muslim mobs?

Syed Mohammad Ali, why do so many Muslims loudly proclaim their hatred of the West, but also choose to live in the West?


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