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Hallal Driver light on Cabbies

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Submitted by Romesh Chander (United States), Oct 29, 2006 at 19:23

I think all cabbies should have the light "Hallal Driver" or "Infidel Driver".

This light should be mandatory throughout the US.

I wonder, how will muslims react to my suggestion?? Knowing that muslims feel that Islam is superior to other religions, they should not have any objection to advertising it on their cabbies.

On their shops, it should be manadatory to show ownership -- Muslim or non-Muslim.

I think Muslims will love these suggestions.

Romesh Chander

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