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Only when I hear church bells ringing in Saudi Arabia........

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Submitted by infifel2006 (Indonesia), Oct 23, 2006 at 15:16


What is up with people forcing their way of thinking om to other community in a new country, who accepted them as a community member? While in turn, no people in their host country can do the same? I guess what Americans do is... send them back to where they belong. Force them open their gates to people from the countries they want to stay. They dream to live in America or Europe... they forgot that the way of life they hate is the key to be a country they dream. So, let tem stay in their land and country then let them open their own land for people who already changed the country to be their dream.

America is not Arabia... if they are happy to be in Arabia, they should not move out from their land. Why they left? Just because they do not have what they want. When they already had whatt hey want in Marica, why they want to change American land to be their land in Arabia? the one they left???


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