Congratulations to the Swiss public for voting in favour of banning the construction of minarets in their country. Exit polls revealed the near certainty of a yes vote for the proposal, and a BBC report just released has confirmed that this is indeed the case: 57% voted in favour of the ban as did 22 out of the country's 26 cantons. Predictably however, the BBC's reporting of this story has highlighted so-called "Islamaphobia" and harped on about this decision blackening Switzerland's international reputation. For me, this decision simply underscores that the majority of the Swiss voting public are no fools when it comes to the matter of Islamisation.
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