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MRay - the west will never learn - it has a soft corner for Muslims

Reader comment on item: Intimidating the West, from Rushdie to Benedict
in response to reader comment: Why in India?

Submitted by Jaladhi (United States), Sep 28, 2006 at 19:40

You are absolutely right. The West has always ignored the Muslim killings of Hindus and other non-Muslims in India. For them any violent acts by Muslims was just considered a communal riot always instigated by Hindus - perhaps they have a soft corner for Muslims. After all, they always consider Islam as one of the three monotheistic religions from Middle east praying to the same God. Therefore, Hindu lives are expendeble as they worship some other God their own.

That being said, the West can learn a lot about Muslims by watching India's experience with Muslims. After living in India for about 1000 years, Muslims still cannot live in peace with Hindus. The present jihadi violence in Kashmir is the prime example of this.How much attention has the West paid about mass killing of Kashmiri Hindu pundits? These jihadi Muslims have nearly driven out all Hindus from Kashmir, their own land where their ancestors had lived for milleniums. But the West couldn't care less.

The West has allowed unrestricted Muslim immigartion in their lands, Europe, USA and Canada for whatever reasons, yet they don't know they will be paying a price for this stupidity in future. Wait a second - the future is already here. This summer's Muslim rioting in Europe, France, Norway, Sweden, Holland etc. amply proves my point. They could have learned about Muslim behaviour had they studied how Muslims in India have behaved for centuries, and could have prevented the disaster that is going to happen in their lands as the Muslim population rises. Only time will show if the West will wake up from this stupor and save itself.


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