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US an unwitting abetor of islamisation of India

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Submitted by Bharat (India), Feb 18, 2013 at 11:42

Dear Daniel,

You have detailed the islamisation activity in India. While Indians, especially the non-muslims, desire friendly ties with the west, It is USA which consistently supported Pakistan in raising mujhideen to fight russians in AFPAK. These mujahideens are being used by Pakistan till date and US still turns a nelson's eye to the problem it created by training this evil. The apprehension is, if US and the west don't come out of their defensive shells and openly support India to check islamisation, the world will be in trouble with having the largest talibanised country. We are already seeing the global effects of islamic terror. Kashmiri Pandits have been ethnically cleansed in their own state in India. Still, the West and US are not bold enough to condemn this brutality and support stringent action by urging and supporting India against islamic terror.


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Daniel Pipes replies:

I think you are behind the times. The U.S.-Pakistan alliance is almost dead.

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