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To Asia - from a True Indian

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: To British muslims

Submitted by Dinesh Patel (United States), Feb 26, 2006 at 16:38

Dear Asia,

It is so strange that the only time Muslims seem so proud to be Indian is when they are trying to reason with English people about they have rights to be in Britain.

Please get your facts straight. Muslims didn't want to live in India under 'mixed religious' goverment, they wanted a pure Islamic state, hence Pakistan. Many Hindus were murdered by Muslims so you could have your own country. But the British has never had govermental control in Pakistan, your Country is in such a state because your people blame all your problems on everyone else, hence nothing ever gets done.

The Indian goverment is bad but no way as near as bad as any Islamic country. All the racists attitudes on these messages are the result of Muslims. The messed up areas they mention are all Pakistani and Bangladeshi areas. We are not the same but everytime your people commit some atrocity you call yourself Asian to bring us all in with you.

You probably haven't noticed but we don't call ourselves Asian anymore.
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