To Mr.Surj and Mr.Vishvas
Submitted by P.R (United Arab Emirates), May 6, 2007 at 05:06
Hello once again Mr.Vishvas, Its nice to hear from you. Its nice that you are trying to make me aware of the consequences, and i respect you a lot. I do not know who you are or where you are from, but it pleases me to know that you care.
Mr Surj. I know that you too are trying to make me aware of the consequences of marrying a muslim boy. At the end we all are human beings. Yes, I am a Hindu and am well proud of it. I know that you were trying to warn me, but you words seem spiteful. You sound rude.you think that I am doing a mistake by calling myself a hindu because I am going out with a muslim. No. It is not necessary to marry someone from the same religion .And you do not know anything about me. No sort of talk is going to brainwash me into converting. And NO SORT OF force form anybody is going to make me change who i am.
I do know about Aurangazeb and his horrid ways of trying to make people convert and I do know how extremist many muslims are.This site is for a general discussion against muslims and not for fighting amongst ourselves.
Im writing in this site today completely sure and confident about myself. There is no need to worry about me converting because as I said, I have the will power to make my own decisions. And no one can force me into converting by any decietful or arrogant way.
Thank you to both of you for explaining to me the consequences of this religion.
All your comments are worth reading cuz you take the words out of my mouth.
Regards to all,
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