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Reader comment on item: Which Privileges for Islam?
in response to reader comment: Mr. Pipes is correct: Learn from the Indian Tragedy

Submitted by iq (India), Jan 12, 2006 at 02:31

Mr Aravindan,

I respect your thoughts about your community and its greatness. but, condoning and condemning other religions and minorities and calling them names as that of a "poisonous vipers" etc. is un called for. and deeply hurts the sentiments of the other community. and it is not what the Indian religion is known for.

you talked about muslims marrying 2 wives, but the fact and the theory is the population of hindus to what it was and what it is now, in contrast to trhat of muslims, gives you a clear figure. hindus though follow the constitition, keep mistresses and have kids. whereas muslims give their children a name. i hereby say, not all are like that. including big time politicians.
Krishna the hindu god is known to have 600 wives or more.

though i have my own thoughts about america, i think they did what my great india couldn't do by not giving a visa to him. they did not want a similar situation in The US, by a maniac giving out speeches and creating a turmoil in their country.


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