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Paying the price for minority appeasement

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Submitted by Ashish Bagadia (India), Jul 25, 2006 at 07:52

I am from India, a pre-dominantly Hindu country. But people outside would be shocked to hear that Muslims in India are given far more importance than majority Hindus. All political parties here have made Muslim appeasement their birth-right. And the Muslims (mostly terrorists) on their part are doing the job they know best - killing inoccent Hindu civilians.

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