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Idol in Srinagar!!!!

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Submitted by Muslimk*** (United Kingdom), Aug 3, 2010 at 04:05

I wonder whether Hazrat Bal mosque in Srinagar contains a piece of hair of mohamed,erstwhile caravan raider in desert lands of Arabia,whose deluded vision caused havoc in ancient world and recently suicide bombings and fanaticism across arab lands and export of terrorism from Mongolistan and other convrted countries.Is it not part of idolatry practised by convrted mongols in the Free Kashmir in Hindustan?

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