It has come to this (as probably expected): the mayor of the Padua province has banned the construction of mosques in his city. This is a consequence of the recent attacks in Paris, officials say. Well, personally, I don't know what to say. I don't really judge anyone and, just because a few Muslim people turned out to be terrorists, this doesn't mean ALL muslims are terrorists. generalising is so wrong, in my own opinion, because I was also put in the same boat with my fellow citizens and it wasn't pleasant at all. Same goes for Italians, there are many Italians who live in Eastern European countries, they have their own companies (small or not so small) and they are known for being... well, they are known for being real jerks Some Italians have also been caught doing illegal stuff in my home country and as a result, almost everyone I know from home keeps saying how awful Italians are. But we all know this is't true, Italians are really nice and warm people! So, what do you think? Did the mayor of Padua do the right thing?