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At last a common ground between Hindus and Muslims!

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Submitted by B.N.Gururaj (India), Feb 4, 2009 at 09:54

When it comes to opposing the Valentine's day, we the Hindus have not fallen far behind. There is already a threat out in the State of Karnataka, India, that no youths participate in this celebrations. At least some participants and revellers are likely to be attacked. However, Hindus still live in stone and stick age, when it comes to executing their threats. They haven't yet graduated to more sophisticated weaponry mastered by Islamic brethren.

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