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Submitted by saad amjad (United Kingdom), Feb 20, 2014 at 10:28

The writer clearly does not know how many pagans were killed in the americas by the europeans. in the beginning the muslim king Mahmud of gazvi was provoked into bringing his army to secure his own lands as the hindus took over the khyber pass areas. and in history when pagan areas have been secluded from the world, too much animosities are committed by the rulers such as human sacrifice and animal worship etc.

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