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Such reactionism is a result of unsecular muslim world.

Reader comment on item: Why I Stand with Geert Wilders

Submitted by VK Tiwari (India), Jan 19, 2010 at 10:55

So every action results a reaction. Such reactionism is not politically correct but obvious as now anyone can see hyprocrisy of Muslim world. They do not tolerate any other religion in muslim world but demands human rights and full religious freedom in non muslim lands. It is evident that Mr Geert Wilders will get more recognition and strength as hyprocrisy of muslim world will revealed more. This hypocrisy was partialy hidden from common people few decades earlier due to lack of faster communication means and hence, political leaders like Greet Wilders and Lalkrishna Advani were not successful.

Now, ball is in the court of liberal muslims as they are in the position to enhance the harmony and retain the peaceful co-existence among the diferent religion. But if they will defend the activities of radicals they there will no hope. Similary, this apply to the liberals of other communities also. Hatred can not be diminished by hatred.


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