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in response to reader comment: Nishi I dont know what to say...well I do know

Submitted by Devasahayam (United States), Jun 2, 2008 at 09:01

Nishi is another "pot calling clean kettle black"; it is noticeable that he accuses you of shouting/abusing when he's the one doing cent-percent of these (especially when his lack of research is pointed out).

Ironically, Muslims of past (such as Aurangzeb) could actually see their failures (though it was beyond their ken to tie it to their religion) where modern ones such as Nishi cannot learn at all, either from past or otherwise.

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