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    • mehmet
    • 29.03.07 | 08:26 (IST)

    So one HAS TO be politically correct while speaking about the jews but not about the muslims. I am an aetheist and do not care about religion but the situation mentioned above seems quite unfair to the muslims to me. I mean, a European politician can speak about the "danger" of the growing muslim population but if he says this about the jews then he would be branded as a neo nazi and can even be imprisoned which I find very unfair. And all this because of the euopean left which is a stupid version of the left apart from its struggle (and there is much less of it now) for the social spending. Personally I heard a lot lof people from all levels of the society, in france and in italy, cursing the jews in private and I am talking about the generation who were born since sixties. I find this horrible but the thing is that we must be equally concerned for the muslims, otherwise the history will repeat itself. This time for worse.

    from the article: A racist attack
    First published 00:00 28.03.07 | Last updated 00:00 28.03.07
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