Topic initiated on Saturday, December 25, 2004 - 8:24 AM
Note the following, posted on December 24th, in the Edmonton Journal.
>>However, Defence Minister Prince Sultan also stressed that the kingdom would never allow churches to be built.
COMMENT: We would be infuriated when Slovenia goes against mosques.
The most recently proposed site for the mosque is in central Ljubljana... next to the ring road, beside some allotments and perfumed by the proximity of the city refuse dump. But some politicians remain firmly against even such a modest location.
>>Earlier this year, Sheik Ibrahim al-Ghaith, chief of the powerful religious police, said Saudi Arabia would never allow public displays of non-Muslim faith.
COMMENT: When the French banned head scarves from government institutions, we did not like it.
>>The State Department said in 1993 that "non Muslim worshippers risked arrest, lashing and deportation for engaging in overt religious activity that attracts offcial attention".......
>>The bans go beyond Christian symbols. Small statues of Buddha are confiscated at airports........
COMMENT: Did the French do the same?
>>The US State Department report said non-Muslim clergy were not allowed to enter the country to conduct religious services.......
COMMENT: We did not like Tariq Ramadan's visa refusal to US and Imam Sudais's visa refusal to Canada.
>>A few weeks ago, a toy store owner was detained for promoting witchcraft because he caried masks and witch hats for Halloween.
COMMENT: I thought some Christians were crazy.
Harry Potter is the creation of a former UK English teacher who promotes witchcraft and Satanism.
>>That is why Christmas cards are sold under the counter.........
>>several dozen fresh trees (christmas trees)from Holland were intercepted at the airport, hacked to pieces and sent back to Holland.
COMMENT: What can I say? This is despicable to say the least.
Edited by: junaidj on Saturday, December 25, 2004 8:25 AM
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