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Islamists in the courtroom: A reply to Mr.G.Vishwas

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Submitted by Jaisingh Thakur (India), Jul 17, 2007 at 23:56

I am in complete agreement with the views expressed by Mr.G.Vishwas. Saudi Arabia is indeed the most criminal-minded country on our planet, by whatever standards of crime one may try to judge it. Let me give your readers a few instances of this. While pretending to be absolutely puritanical and celibate at home, the Saudi Shaiks , with immense petro-dollars to burn, prefer to have a time of their life on the French Riviera, or in the 'sinful' countries of Western Europe.

Those with tastes for things Asian, prefer to visit cities like Hyderabad ( the Barkas locality seems to have especially enjoyed their patronage), and contract nikah with girls as old (or young) as 13 years.old! Again, while frowning upon terrorism at home, they are liberal beyond words when it comes to funding the construction of madrassas abroad, particularly in infidel lands. One does not need to be informed on the "education" imparted to impressionable minds in these murder factories. And all his on the strength of its vast oil resources . We are supposed to believe that they are a just, crime-free,deeply pious, welfare-oriented and welfare-spreading society who hate the 'sinful' way of life that we kafirs lead. And that being the repositories of the 'great' religion of Islam gives them the natural right to behave with them in a manner that is arrogant, and downright racist.


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