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Response to VP Singh - Ever walk a mile in another man's shoes?

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Submitted by True American (United States), May 12, 2004 at 11:03

Mr. Singh, That seems like an interesting point you make against the so called "trouble spots" in the world where so called "Islamic Rebels" as you called them are challenging democracies. What I find interesting about your claim is the lack of facts and knowledge you make your statements with. I don't think you are aware of each of those situations you are referring to but are rather making generalisations on issues you read in the headlines.

Ever walk a mile in another man's shoes? My point is that you are not aware of the facts of Islam or each of those conflicts as your essay demonstrates unless you have lived each of them. I think your commentary at this subject matter is an attempt to "fit in" with a popularist view of the world today. Perhaps you should look into your own religion (Hinduism...I'm guessing) before you make comments for any other peoples or ideas.
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