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To: E. T. who wrote (70944)11/4/2003 3:41:19 PM
From: Lazarus_Long
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To ban girls in hijab from education is an affront to Islam, Muslims and their beliefs.
This could be right. Just where is hijab? The middle of Nebraska? :-)

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To: Lazarus_Long who wrote (70945)11/4/2003 3:48:13 PM
From: E. T.
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The Saudi paper's story was complaint against the state of Oklahoma where a Muslim student was forbidden to attend the Franklin Science Academy because of her insistence on wearing the hijab.

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To: E. T. who wrote (70946)11/4/2003 3:51:35 PM
From: Lazarus_Long
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I read it. I was being facetious. One school board or one principal does not the United States make. This is why we have a judicial system. I would be interested in knowing what the courts had to say. My guess is that the student won.

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To: Lazarus_Long who wrote (70947)11/4/2003 4:04:05 PM
From: E. T.
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Hasn't been decided. But... The Rutherford Institute, a Virginia-based civil liberties group, filed a federal lawsuit last Tuesday on behalf of the family of Nashala Hearn.

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To: E. T. who wrote (70948)11/4/2003 6:53:46 PM
From: Lazarus_Long
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Federal courts have been VERY protective of religious practice (that statement should stir up a storm). She'll win.

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To: average joe who wrote (70939)11/6/2003 8:33:39 PM
From: Solon
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"Since her murder, debate has raged about ways to better integrate immigrants into society and protect thousands of young women in Fadime's situation from a similar fate."

Isn't it so very very nice that the murderers will get to heaven. They are so special...

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To: Lazarus_Long who wrote (70940)11/6/2003 8:37:05 PM
From: Solon
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I'm talking a while back. Now I get dozens of channels.

When we had one channel there were many good shows. With one hundred channels there are about the same...

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To: Solon who wrote (70951)11/6/2003 8:58:20 PM
From: Lazarus_Long
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LOL!!! AInt't that the truth!

"500 channels and nothing to watch."

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To: Solon who wrote (70950)11/6/2003 9:05:58 PM
From: Lazarus_Long
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Will they? Does Allah approve of this?

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To: Lazarus_Long who wrote (70953)11/6/2003 9:21:42 PM
From: Solon
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Apparently the Gods approve of whatever the people approve of--exterminate the men, women, and children to the last breath and take home the cute girls for whatever. Praise be to God--everyone of Him.

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