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Submitted by Drs Sears Appalsamy (Netherlands), Mar 18, 2007 at 09:15

Mr. D'Souza should pay a visit to India (Kashmir), and only then will he know the terror unleashed by Islamists and Jihadis. Tolerance and respect for one another does not exist exist in their behaviour. Does he condone this attitude by these groups in the Middle East?

Hindus can build temples in Israel but not in Islamic States. Even this is not possible in so called secular Islamic State like Turkey? Why not Mr. D'Souza?

Drs Sears Appalsamy

Netherlands

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