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Debanjan's only purpose is to irritate others

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Submitted by Josh (United States), Oct 25, 2011 at 01:49

Dear Dr Pipes:

Debanjan Banerjee says that Turks did a great favor to Christians by giving them high posts after they converted to Islam. Then he complains that Christians did no such favors for the conquered people.

Debanjan's statement is so much full of hypocrisy that it is a disgrace. His only purpose is to irritate his readers.

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