I have listened to so much nitpicking about the free Bibles given out at schools in our district. They were giving these books out when I went to school here many, many years ago.
If you didn't want them, you didn't take them, but Mr. Ajabu and Mr. Kaj Lyd-estad are making such a fuss about it.
I have to get my two cents in. Lately the Times has gone from being neutral on most issues, but you seem to be giving a great deal of coverage to the "No" side, and we all know there are two sides to everything.
I am sorry these people don't like this program of free Bibles. Mr. Ajabu is so worried with what the Muslims, Sikhs and other religions will say about this, I guess this is what is meant by "politically correct."
Well, they chose to come to this country. I don't remember inviting them, but that is not what we're talking about. When you come to another country you live by their standards, and if by chance you don't happen to agree or like what is happening, well you have to live with that or go back to your own country.
I am getting very tired of listening to people who come here and expect us to change to their way of thinking. This country is suppose to be a democracy, that is why most of us chose to live here.
R.B. Anderson Chilliwack