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Islamists in the court room: reply to Undrained

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in response to reader comment: Vishvas, calm down.

Submitted by Jaisingh Thakur (India), Jul 18, 2007 at 07:18

Dear UnDrained,

I hope you would not mind my answering the question that you posed to Mr. G.Vishwas. Hailing from the same religious and socio-cultural background, I guess I am equally entitled ( and informed) to answer your apparently simple question. The answer, my dear friend, is a loud, flat and resounding " NO." We are in no way afraid of Islamo-Fascism. For your information and knowledge, let me tell you that we, in India, have been facing the issue of Islamic terrorism for the past 1000 years of our history. We have stood upto every assault and even when no one ever gave us a chance, have forged ahead and progressed -socially, culturally, politically. Yes, we have lost vast portions of our land to the Islamic lust for real estate .But look at what has happened to Afghanistan to-day, under your favourite Talibani regime. Gone is the culture that gave them a unified nation, in its place we find hostile tribes,intent on slitting each others' throats. Gone is the culture that gave them the enormous Buddhas of Bamiyan. in its place there are the barbarians who, being uncivilised themselves, loathe any semblance of a return to civilisation by destroying it . Even your favourite Pakistanis, very shortly, will head the same way. No my dear friend, we have stood upto the Ghaznis, Ghoris, Abdalis, Nadirs and all other looters and mass murderers and to-day, as Indian culture and the Hindu-Buddhist traditions continue to thrive and flourish, no one is bothered to find out where these Ghaznis ,Ghoris, etc. are buried.


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