Ramadan serves to unite many in the B...

Ramadan serves to unite many in the Balkans

There are 5 comments on the SETimes news story from Aug 5, 2013, titled Ramadan serves to unite many in the Balkans. In it, SETimes news reports that:

During the month of Ramadan, citizens of Macedonia -- regardless of their ethnic and religious affiliation - show unity with one another.

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El Dan

Hamilton, Canada

#1 Aug 5, 2013
Acceptance and Respect from the Slavic population of Fyrom a requirement.
CANADEZOS

London, Canada

#2 Aug 5, 2013
El Dan wrote:
Acceptance and Respect from the Slavic population of Fyrom a requirement.
WHAT DO YOU EXPECT FROM FYROMS TURKOSLAVS!
makedonas from cincinnati

Mason, OH

#3 Aug 5, 2013
El Dan wrote:
Acceptance and Respect from the Slavic population of Fyrom a requirement.
You cannot

You cannot accept and respect the Slavic population because they are thieves who have usurped our Macedonian Greek identity by way of fraud and forgery and they are using it as though it was ever their own although they know that neither their land was ever Macedonia except for the Pelagonian region nor are they or were they ever Macedonian people because they are South Slavonian Slavs and that is what they should be called and, therefore, we the Macedonian Greeks we will accept them and respect if and only if they realise that fraud and forgery are the basis for gaining the Macedonian Greek identity which belongs to the Greek people of the Macedonian region of northern Greece and NOBODY else should confuse or try to identify themselves with fraudulent and forged identity.
We accept and respect those that accept and respect us, the Macedonian Greek people who would like to have the stolen goods returned to their rightful owners. N.M.H.
samostojna MKD

Curtin, Australia

#4 Aug 6, 2013
Ra-ma-dan=?
No mater what it means, its Islamic holy day.
But one thing concerns me.
Islam has no right to impose same law on
people of diferent religion.
If it does, it only means, Islam is not religion but
fashisam in progres of taking over people and their land, and above all, their freedom.
because extream religios law, kils the human spirit.
Born free - Moolon lave

Woodville, Australia

#5 Aug 6, 2013
samostojna MKD wrote:
Ra-ma-dan=?
No mater what it means, its Islamic holy day.
But one thing concerns me.
Islam has no right to impose same law on
people of diferent religion.
If it does, it only means, Islam is not religion but
fashisam in progres of taking over people and their land, and above all, their freedom.
because extream religios law, kils the human spirit.
Get used to it

It is going to be a national holiday soon in FYROM.

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