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Kirpan: A Religious Symbol. Vote Now In The CBC Poll

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Question of the Day


* By Ryan Hicks

The kirpan -- the ceremonial dagger worn by many Sikhs -- is not considered a weapon by law. Many Sikhs wear it in public places.

Bloc MP Claude DeBellefeuille is proposing a ban on kirpans in the House of Commons. This came after four Sikhs wearing kirpans were denied entry into the Quebec National Assembly.

Given all the talk this week about the kirpan, we decided to ask you:

Vote at this link:

http://www.cbc.ca/politics/insidepolitics/2011/01/question-of-the-day-273.html
 

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