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Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Apr 27, 2006 at 13:59

I very well understand your outrage against this monstrous behavior. Undoubtedly, many others also agree with your post. However, one wonders when will the western governments understand this and take steps to eradicate such criminal acts of uninvited guests.

You might have read Malaysian government, just last week demolished a 100 year old Hindu temple to make way for a shopping mall or so. What a ruse to hide their real agenda of wiping out the historical remnants of any other religion, civilization from their land. Mind you the demolition of temple took place when devotees were worshipping inside. It's ironic, since the Malaysians were Hindus before their conversion a few hundred years back just like the Indonesians. Now, the Malaysians are competing with Talibaanis of Afganistan who blew up couple of milleniun old statues of Buddha. The religion of peace strikes again!1

In their eyes, the world only started 1400 years back and therefore why keep the symbols of other civilizations intact just in case the present population decides to go back to their previous religion..


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