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Submitted by Vijay (United Kingdom), Aug 29, 2007 at 11:35

Daniel Pipes writes "In perhaps the most serious contemporary attempt to ban the Koran, a Hindu group argued in 1984–85 ....".

The link given i.e. Calcutta Quran Petition shows no 'Hindu group' behind the legal action. It was due to action of one individual Chandmal Chopra who is an adherent of the ancient Jain tradition.Therefore no 'group' was behind the legal action.


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Daniel Pipes replies:

One person initiated it but many others joined in to the effort.

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