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Macca or Makkah?

Reader comment on item: Hilton Hotel's "Pilgrimage to Makkah"
in response to reader comment: It's another indicator..

Submitted by surjit (United Kingdom), Mar 17, 2007 at 19:23

I for one will never go to any Muslim counrty for a holidays,nor buy in their shops,even not eat in their restaurants.I rather spend my money at a Non Muslim shop ,restaurant and have my holidays in Non Muslim country.Hilton Hotel can offer me free air ticket and accomodation to any Muslim country I will still refuse it. Why must we support their economy?

We in the West MUST also make areas in our cities which MUST be forbidden for Muslims to go .What 's stopping us to do that?

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