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What is the purpose of this!

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in response to reader comment: Muslim genocide of hindus in India (a must read)

Submitted by An Indian (United Kingdom), Nov 7, 2011 at 06:47


Excuse me but what is the purpose of this ? It is history, and if you mean to get it to the current scenario, I, as a hindu myself, would like to say that a few Muslims taint the name of their religion. If you think the Muslim community likes them, I am sorry to say that it is a mistaken perception. None of the Muslims in India like the way terrorists attack us, the general Muslim community loves India. Such excerpts only dig out history and get more animosity between the Hindus and the non-hateful Muslim community. Acts of a few Muslims out of an entire communtiy gives us no right to taint the entire community, REGARDLESS OF THIS HISTORY THAT YOU HAVE SHARED.

And if it satisfies you, I am a Hindu who was brought up as equally by a Muslim watchman (I hate calling him that) but stands parallel to my "Hindu" parents in love and in respect. Stop inciting us Hindus against Muslims. We are one nation, and we love each other, no matter what community we come from.

Proudly Multi-religious!


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