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Submitted by Ravi Ranjan Singh BharatPanthi (India), Oct 26, 2010 at 16:35

Yes

1. It is distasteful because many people respect it, we must learn to respect others feelings as civilized people.

2. It caused Air Pollution.

No, it is alright to do so because

1. Hanging gives a massage, to a all that Killer that can too be killed, by society.

2. There are may copies available, so followers of the book can not be deprived of that book.

3. Burner had bought those copies not stole, robbed it, storming into someone's house. so it was their property legally and what they burned was their own possessions, that they did not want to hold any longer, so they were burning(unwisely spending) their own money. So they can be termed as stupid but not criminal.

3. Contents of the book, film etc. is monitored, if found objectionable it can be confiscated and destroyed.

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