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Israel: Part itself from the Palestinians

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Submitted by Dr.Saradindu Mukherji (India), Jul 17, 2011 at 10:19

It is a practical suggestion. Muslims have no tradition of peaceful co-existence with "Others". Those who are living with them are seriously jeopardised, as we have seen in India for about 1400 years.

Muslims, exceptions apart, are always seeking privileges, as a special case but always denies others even the normal decencies of a civilised life.

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