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Brilliant application of the Banerjee Doctrine

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in response to reader comment: Dear Dr. Pipes

Submitted by Prashant (United States), Oct 29, 2013 at 02:09

Dear Dr Pipes:

In his letter to your forum, your reader Debanjan Banerjee has suggested many times that "migrating to the greener pastures of the west is solution to the problems of the Islamic world". I always thought that Banerjee's idea was selfish and illogical. That was until today. Today I thought of a completely new possibility, It is based on Debanjan Banerjee's original idea and so Debanjan should get full credit for it. Here is the idea: Like the western countries, Saudi Arabia has lot of empty land. In fact, the population density of Saudi Arabia is only about 13 people per sq-kilometer. By the way of contrast population density of Israel is a whopping 360 people per sq km. Now you can put 2 and 2 together. I believe Saudi Arabia should surrender some of its land for use by Jews. This is the right application of the Banerjee doctrine. Isn't it? If western land is good for Muslims, Saudi land must be good for Jews. None of us is a hypocrite. So this solution holds validity and must be acceptable to everyone. Mr Banerjee, what do you think?

This solution will be a perfect solution


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