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TO OMAR KHAN

Reader comment on item: Sudden Jihad or "Inordinate Stress" at Ft. Hood?
in response to reader comment: Gururaj: go back and worship snakes in India

Submitted by DANIEL REDMOND (United States), Nov 19, 2009 at 18:08

To Omar Khan: You end your critical reply to B.N. Gururaj with the words: "Why don't you go back to India......?" This is a rather pointless instruction. If you look again at the heading of his post it clearly shows that it is written by "B.N. Gururaj (India)" Sorry, Omar, but he's already there.

Now, if you are a Muslim, why don't you go back to Pakistan?

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