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piglet will destroy islam ?

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Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), Jun 2, 2007 at 02:22

How wierd is it that a religion ( islam ) is so fearful of a symbol that it wants it banned . The islamic religion is slowly starting to gain control. They say we are forbidden in our own countries to have a Christmas tree in our own schools, to say the Lords' prayer is too offensive to the muslims . They forbid us to ride in their cabs if we have alcohol or if we are blind and have a seeing eye dog.

If islamic people wish to be treated well they must stop trying to control us and respect our ways.

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