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Submitted by Proud Hindu (India), May 12, 2006 at 11:27

The average Hindu is MUCH MUCH more tolerant than the average Moslem. Because India is a democracy Dara Singh the killer of Graham Steins was arrested and convicted. He was not condoned. In a moslem country he would have been honoured for doing his religious duty. Krishna molested Gopis ? ..interesting Gujarat pogrom ? What about Pogrom of Kashmiri pandits in a Hindu majority country ?

Milind Gadge.

Naam pe mat jao, apni akal lagao.

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