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Burning a dead cause on the funeral pyre

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Submitted by Frahad Navkhoda (United Kingdom), Jun 22, 2009 at 18:01

Another interesting and eloquent diatribe delivered by Vishvas, which adds nothing of value. Would that be the same fascism you speak about, as preached by Hindutva? In Gujarat in 2001, Hindu nationalists rewrote the school history text books to show that Nazis were not the evil people we knew them to be. They were jolly good chaps afterall, just slightly misunderstood. Are they still teaching that in the schools of Gujarat? ...

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