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Submitted by susan (Italy), Dec 10, 2006 at 09:11

"If you stop doing business with muslim countries the US will sink like a stone in less than a month. Gas at the pump would reach $15/gallon at least. and the Muslim gov would still be able to sell their oil to china, russia , asia and europe."

first when we say western world, we mean usa+eu+russia+hopefully china and india.

Muslim countries just export oil, nothing else. Just that we find another source and they are deader than dead.

Russia is dealing with its muslim problem more effectively than the rest.

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2006/11/19/MNGJGMFUVG1.DTL

For many ethnic Russians, the prospect of becoming a minority in their country is unthinkable, and nationalist sentiments are on the rise. "Russia is historically a Slavic, Orthodox Christian land, and we need to make sure it stays that way," said Alexander Belov, head of the Movement Against Illegal Immigration, an increasingly powerful interest group that has organized dozens of rallies in recent months.

Sensing the nationalist mood, Russian authorities have begun to crack down. This fall, four Russian regions introduced mandatory classes in Orthodox Christianity in all schools. On Wednesday, the Russian Cabinet announced a new law that will ban foreigners, most of them Muslims, from working in retail stalls and markets, starting next year. Thursday, the director of the Federal Migration Service, Konstantin Romodanovsky, said foreigners should not be allowed to create "ethnic enclaves" in which they outnumber "native Russians" in any district or region of the country.

Belov said non-Slavs, no matter what their citizenship, should be restricted from living in "traditional Russian lands."

One of Russia's bestselling novels last year, "The Mosque of Notre Dame de Paris," depicted a mid-21st century Europe where Islam was the state religion and Christians were forced to live in ghettos.
In recent years, Russia has expelled dozens of foreigners accused of preaching radical Islam on its territory.

It is way more than anything any western country has done. As for China and how they control their muslim problem, simply check a post here called "china" and read how the repressive communist party is making no prisoners of islam.

See? we are on the same boat. Just that we drop PC and we can kick them into the 7th century arabia they love so much.

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