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Islamic Nations

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Submitted by John Glendenning (United States), Feb 21, 2007 at 09:40

To whom does the United States of America belong? The Islamic Nations? There is a demand for an Islam Prayer Room. What about a Christian Prayer Room? Is there a Christian Prayer Room yet? We are not under Imam Laws...or are we?? Perhaps the best answer to the alcohol question is for the cab companies to send their Islamic drivers elsewhere. By the way are they legal citizens? Here on visas? Should the Hennipen Cty or MPLS police check their drivers licenses?

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