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in response to reader comment: 100 million hindus killed in India- AMK

Submitted by Kafir (India), Oct 10, 2008 at 08:03

They only reason hindus in India survived because:

-Many Hanafi muslim kings allowed taking of Jaziya (non muslim tax) from Hindus and letting them live like dhimmis instead of demanding conversion and killing them . (that is the reason Spanish christians also survived)

-They were too many and continuosly fought back .

I can attest to that Because Iam myself a hanafi.

Indonesia may not have been invaded but the indonesian fanatic muslims are equally blood thirsty and routinely go on rampage killing indonesian christians , hindus and other non muslims (Bali Bombing)

Indonesia was not attacked. By that time Islam was in decline and in no position to attack. In indonesia and Malasia Muslims used Taqqiya Lying to convert the Hindu king who called his own father a Bastard Kafir, and forced his people to convert to ISlam.

Moral of the story: Islam has more weapons of destruction than you can imagine

Thank you


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