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My answer to Mr. Hall

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in response to reader comment: what a victim complex you have!!

Submitted by Debanjan Banerjee (India), Nov 6, 2011 at 09:37

"Spanish never offered human sacrfices to their Gods of South Americans."

My Answer : I request you to read Niall Ferguson's "Ascent of money" regarding the copper mine of Potozee in Spanish-occupied Latin America. If that is not human sacrification of Native Americans to the greed of Spanish dynasty for copper and other precious metals then I do not know what human sacrification is.

"get over the past, do you hear the English crying over the French Invasion of 1066??? No, we got over it, why don't you stop crying and act like an equal, then you will be treated like an equal."

My Answer : Please say the same to some Zionist and I am preity sure that he or she will kill you. Well the World has not stopped thinking about the Holocaust so why should Muslims not document what atrocities have been made against them over the centuries by the then surely the World will forget about how Crusaders killed and ate Muslims in Syria or massacred people in Jerusalem or for that matter how Muslims are being faced with harships in all over the world in terms of humiliation and discrimination.


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