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Submitted by dev (India), May 15, 2009 at 13:59

The muslims in India are poor by and large because they are producing too many kids.I used to work in a Hindu charity organisation for some time as a doctor for poor muslims and I was distressed to see the misery and pain of the muslim women.One of them had produced 29 kids and her husband had abondoned her for another woman. This was 18 years back.

Even today the muslims produce many kids for two reasons ,first the religious one to have unrestricted child birth and the second to gain substantial majority in future to overcome and entirely populate the world with muslims.The popualation of muslims in Indian subcontinent has increased five folds since 1947 where as the non-muslim population gas gone up by only three and a half times only.If this trend continues India will become a muslim country by the end of this century which would mean more trouble for the rest of the world or it could mean peace after the overdominance.All religions are equally good and beautiful but not the people who follow them and that is the trouble and problem ,the problem of mixture of wrong interpretation of religion and politics and subjugating the people against their wishes.

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