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Submitted by rune rosland (India), Apr 13, 2003 at 03:43

West is definintely in for a big shock in times to come controlling their muslim immigrants. Most of these immigrants are not professional immigrants, but rather refugees from Islamic countries having witnessed only blood and gore.

The noble intentions of the west that with time these guys would change is just not gonna happen. The axiomatic system of their religion has control on their minds and persona too deep to be unshackled by the liberal culture of the west. In fact the paradox is that this liberal culture sometimes is too liberal for them to "tolerate", let alone understand and adapt. Rapes and other crimes are a manifestation of this intolerance to the host culture. The paradox turns to irony when even the second generation of this group is found adhering to the militant tenets as vociferously and sometimes more. But this is to be expected, and ample proof that the first generation never was interested in adopting to the host country's culture and customs.

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