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Mumbai - Muslims always find (false) reasons to justify their terror.

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Submitted by Singha (India), Dec 23, 2008 at 04:58

While describing the reasons the terrorists articulated for their mayhem two reasons have been highlighted (a) Babri Mosque's falling and (b) Godhra Violence: Babri masjid: the mosque was built by destroying a Hindu temple (something that was not uncommon in islamic rule since kafir belief systems are prohibited in islam. There is recorded evidence of the temples destroyed by muslims though this information is obfuscated by nehruvian establishment by India).

The other reason Godhra, the fact of muslim mob burning a train bogey with Hindu pilgrim s is well known, as is the disgraceful efforts by Indian establishment (especially media to obfuscate and justify the attack on train) This is something you should have considered mentioning. Subsequent riots were positioned as a pogram, which is an exaggerated word on the events that occurred.

Please view the website: http://godhracarnage.blogspot.com/2005/01/godhra-in-pictures.html Islam has a history of violence and always find non existing reasons to justify their violence. May God bless WSJ in your efforts to bring facts and truthful reporting.

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