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Ominous signs indeed!!

Reader comment on item: No Islamic Law in Minnesota, for Now
in response to reader comment: Islamic Nations

Submitted by RS Vasan (India), Feb 22, 2007 at 04:39

Hello all,

The suggestion that these drivers be deployed elsewhere only adds to the problem. If any one from one country chooses to make a living ,he or she, better follow the traditions and cultural values of the host country. If that is difficult, just get back buddy, you are a misfit in the new environs.

There are serious signs of followers of Islam trying to impose their will around the globe. It was the burqa(veil), then the cartoons, then now the refusal to carry a passenger's belongings if it contained liquor. It is time for not just US but all other non islamic nations to draw a line and ensure that there is no quarter given to the religious fantaics out there. Any concessions given to them would result in the world being taken back by many centuries.

One should only visit the Islamic countries to realise how intolerant they are to other faiths and how they ensure that the practices of other religions are restricted. So the typical story of double standards by the crazy extremists.




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