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Ban Islam in US?

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Submitted by Romesh Chander (United States), Dec 8, 2006 at 12:31

Rudi: You write " Islam should be outlawed in this country. All mosques, Moslem organizations, schools, charities, etc. should be closed.".

Excellent suggestion. But the problem is that that will give all muslim and non-muslim countries (especially in Asia and Africa) to outlaw Christianity; and that is not acceptable to christian organizations in US and Western countries . Pope will not like catholic church to be banned all over the non-western world. These christian organizations have too much voting power in democracies.

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