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Racism in Europe - Laxmi Mittal Case

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Submitted by Vijay (United Kingdom), Jun 7, 2006 at 05:26

>Submitted by Anil Mittal, Jun 4, 2006 at 03:31

>Laxmi Mittal (An Indian Born businessmen in UK) case for Arcelor acquisition is Racism case. If he fails to >aquire Arcelor we (Indians) should not allow European Union companies to do business in India. Mittal >himself express such feelings of racsim and narrow nationalism. Last time they banned Sikhs to use >Turbon (Pagri) in schools and also Hijab for Muslims. These are clear cut symptoms of Racism. The >Racism started against Jews and now for others……

"Anil Mittal" or whoever goes under that name, Laxmi Mittal is a British national and if at all , it is anti-British rather than anti-Indian. Get real. Sikh turbans is not banned in Britian, where most Sikhs live in Europe. Hijab banning is a right move by French government to curb religious expressions in schools. If you find racism too high in a place, don't live there. I won't live in Saudi Arabia or Pakistan, where the racism against Hindus is very high.

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