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Submitted by mohammed wajihuddin (India), May 11, 2006 at 09:30

Hi,

I am pleasantly surprised my article evoked such a debate. Unfortunately, most of the participants have got carried by narrow, sectarian feelings. To blame Islam for the misdeeds of some rich, misguided fellows is to do injustice to a religion which means peace. The motive of my piece was to report about the inhuman trafficking of Muslim women in Indian city Hyderabad and generate a informed debate. Let us talk the issue without prejudice.

yours

mohammed wajihuddin, the times of india, mumbai

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