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I dont agree with u raman goswami

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Submitted by Faisal (India), Oct 22, 2006 at 02:37

What you are saying its really true .. That the majority of Indian Muslims are those who converted from Hinduism to Islam ..

Just wanna ask you .. What you really think about Nationalism ? Majority represents love for motherland ? and Is Dawood or Dawood like representing Muslims In India ?

Why didnt many muslims reconvert shorty after Independence from Islam to Hinduism ? Ask this question to yourself again .

Take care Happy Diwali

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