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December 13th, 2007, 13:52
It's also good to recognize that pt 4 of the first resolution is historically wrong. It's a known hoax not supported by historians.

Originally Posted by Prime Junta View Post
They also acknowledged the importance of another ideology. Whaddya know.
http://usinfo.state.gov/xarchives/di…2384&m=October
Even if the numbers of Christian organizations within the US are great and even if it's a friendly nod towards Islam, the first resolution is stated in a way that no secular government with freedom of religion would ever need to produce. Secular governments are meant to take no sides in religion. This resolution is unconstitutional when compared with the first amendment, and considering the US have allowed it's citizens to celebrate any religious celebrations even since it's first constitution one must ask why this statement had to be made in the first place. And after praising the two monotheistic religions, why not acknowledging importance of Sanatana Dharma, which is a belief supported by 780 million people worldwide, 0.4% of the US population.
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