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in response to reader comment: ... Amin, the master of double standards.

Submitted by cmtljnpkirptsvji1683 (China), Jul 7, 2013 at 08:48

Hi Peter,

No offense to you but I just wanted to point out that any muslim from India is not a Indian in an real sense, ie He does not identify with anything Indian.He / She is better adressed as a muslim, a member of the Intenational Umma. You may however address a Christian from India as Indian because they tend to be patriotic.

In the same sense , Mr. Amin Riaz , even though enjoying the hospitality of the naive Brits , cannot be called British, He is simply Muslim.

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