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No Sharia Laws allowed

Reader comment on item: No Islamic Law in Minnesota, for Now
in response to reader comment: Cultural accomodation in the US ???

Submitted by Mennie Flannery (United States), Mar 26, 2007 at 22:37

I totally agree that no Islamic laws should be allowed in this country, my country. If the Muslims want to have Sharia laws, then they should return to the Middle East and leave us alone. How dare they come here to my country and try to turn my country into a Islamic nation. I will never condon a woman being forced to adhere to the Sharia laws in the USA. It is asking the women in this country to approve slavery. Positively, absolutely not.

If the men don't want to drive a taxi while their fare has alcohol with them, get another job. and the same goes for the people working in Target. If you want to have different laws than ours in the USA, go back to the Middle East.

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