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in response to reader comment: dumb stupid/stupid dumb

Submitted by joeseph (Canada), Feb 15, 2007 at 17:31

Same thing happend in Concordia university in Canada when Israel's then premier Netanyahu was invited to give a speech. Muslim students dressed with that headgear of Yasar Arafat,and shouting slogans, throwing stones at other non-muslim students. and breaking the University windows and properties. they created such a cheap and ugly scene. We have to wake up now and create a new law for the upkeep of our traditional dignity, which our forefathers sacrificed their lives for.

Our country is based on Judeo Christian values and the freedoms and rights, what we enjoy is the result of our forefathers. Islamists recently came into our counry and enjoy these "Rights" as if they toiled for it. CAIR has a big banner of 'Know your rights" in their office for Muslims to know about their rights in USA. But no "know your duties ". These people are just parasites and trouble creators. Students coming for education must be insturcted before hand that if they misbehave, they will be sent back home. Only then,we can save the values for which we are so famous,and we are the envy of the world.


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