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Mansoor: Gulf earnings are now a pittance.

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in response to reader comment: Can you embrace the Hindus again???

Submitted by Plato (India), Apr 12, 2008 at 09:54

Mansoor you were upset by G. Vishwas' response to your boasts about Islam and its prophet and you have come back with some choice epithets and brought in the struggling Indian workers in the Gulf to throw in his face. But look at Pakistan's record.

For instance, why does not Pakistan embrace your brothers in religion, the Biharis, stuck in former East Pakistan? What happened to Muslim brotherhood in their case? You used the Biharis to ‘satti' Bengalees and their children in the tens of thousands. They stabbed their Bengalee neighbours in their back and now you have turned your graceful backsides on your disgraceful back-stabbing brethren.

If the Gulf expels our Hindu brothers the Arabs will be back to living in villas without water and electricity, shops without staff, and inefficient offices. And how many Indians do you think are there in the Gulf? Three, four, five million. What is that against 1000 million. Also remember now India has a foreign exchange surplus of nearly 100 billion. The country no more needs foreign exchange earned with near slave labour.




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