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originally posted by: BlueAjah
There is a difference.
If people want to immigrate to a new country, sure they should be able to practice their religion. The US allows this. But there is a difference when your religion is so radically different that it affects every day life to the point that you are violating the laws of your new country.
originally posted by: marg6043
It was the parents of the girls the ones that allow the strip of the culture when they move into another nation with a different set of rules expecting that the new country will bend to those rules, I thought that went people migrate to another country is supposed to be to leave behind an oppressive and dangerous life at least that is why is a massive migration going on in EU. Right?
They may loose their rights as a citizen. Other governments have revoked citizenship of their people for varying offensives. If a person rebels against the laws of a country they reap what they sow.......
what if this happens with a Swiss Muslim?
originally posted by: WilsonWilson
a reply to: marg6043
You don't see anything remotely oppressive about forcing young girls with strict codes of modesty to strip in front of boys? In fact to say if you don't get you clothes off in mixed company, you're mot welcome.
Even in the most populated muslim country in the world they still refer to "MERRY CHRISTMAS" as just that.....can't wait for obama to catch his bus......
dropping *Happy Christmas* for *Happy Holidays* and changing all things that could possibly offend