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in response to reader comment: "baneeshkhan" may be an alias for "nishi"

Submitted by baneeshkhan (India), Jun 12, 2008 at 11:50

are you trying to avoid real facts . I am muslim and i am proud to be an Indian muslim . My father is an ex-soldier man . In indian army medical core . he participated in the two pakistan war . So dont try to question my patriotism . Our prophet said us that patriotism is the part of beleive . If saudi arabia attack India then ofc ourse we indian muslim must back india because it is the part of our beleive .

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