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Can the airport taxi man be deported for registering their objections to some traffic regulations.

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Submitted by Ghulam Muhammed, Mumbai (India), Oct 31, 2006 at 04:14

For a lawyer, Darren can easily make out that '..."deport them all if they refuse to abide by American law", cannot by stretch of mind, be demanded on the exercise of freedom of speech or freedom of religion. Deportation is an extreme measure, and it has to have some relation to the legal aberrations that we are discussing about in the taxi cab driver case. By bringing in the topic of deportation, Bob has overtly extended a threat that is unwarranted and smacks of illogical and irrational hatred for Islam, Muslims and Sharia.

Ghulam Muhammed, Mumbai

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