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Reader comment on item: [Khobar Rampage:] "Don't Be Afraid, We Won't Kill Muslims"

Submitted by J. Livni (Australia), Jun 14, 2004 at 04:50

Someone I know once emotionally told me a story about Muslims massacring people on a train they stopped in India. A Jewish woman showed her baby son's Brit Milah (circumcision) to the attackers, suggesting that she and her son were Muslims
and not Hindus, and thus they were saved from slaughter. The person who told me this was the boy in the story, which took place nearly 50 years ago. The world has not changed much since then.
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