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Re: indias pakistan troubles

Please help make the Manifesto better, or accept it, and propagate it!
I also agree with Sudhir and completely disagree with Mr. Bhattacharya
because what muslim is doing today was done by christians 50 yrs
ago....For 100 yrs british have killed millions of peoples around the
world in name of spreading their colonies...they promoted slavery which
nobody calls humanity and now they want to say sorry for slavery in
UN!!!!Not only british but america is also doing the same thing from
last 50 yrs...Cuban war, vietanm war, gulf war...just to establish his
power in the region read modern form of colonies... It is all about
power..everybody wants power whether religious or political...So to
blame a particular religion is not good..

On Sun, 16 Sep 2001 13:58:36
 Sudhir Gandotra wrote:
>Please help make the Manifesto better, or accept it, and propagate it!
>I think Mr. Bhattacharya needs to relax, look at the positives,
>understand & respect the diversity of humans including Muslims.
>I was born in a Hindu family (but I don't believe in Hinduism) and have

>been and am very very close to a few Muslim families - infact I am
>considered a part of those families and have an important say in the
>families (Just like any member normally in any family has). These
>families I am talking of are believers of Islam and the normal
>practices are followed by them.
>Having this exposure now for more than 25 years, I can tell Mr.
>Bhattacharya that he is only looking at the worst part which very much
>exists in every religion's followers today. But this not mean that the
>religion or all its followers are same.
>Religion and its organisation (Islam and Mosque, Hinduism and the
>Temply, Christianism and Church) mostly work mostly at cross-purposes
>and this is the fault of the human-beings that create the problems.
>Power (be it Political, religious or from any other aspect of social
>life) is today in teh hand of Corrupt ones. And the fault of this is :
>We the common people have stopped bothering about social aspects of
>and are concerned (if at all) just with our Career (earnign money) and
>at times with family etc.
>All this brings us to the earleir point of discussion: Should not the
>common people start taking interest in social activities (including
>Religion, politics) and take them in other honest hands ?
>Dear Mr. Bhattacharya, as a minimum, please do not spread the hatred
>further. It is as bad as committing violence. It is possible for me to
>understand that you have possibly been hurt by various incidente, but
>the resposne of a mature person is not by taking revenge, but by
>building bridges, by connecting people, by reducing tensions, hatred
>violence and help people understand & respect the diversity.
>"P. Bhattacharya" wrote:
>> ---------------------------------------------------------------------

>> Please help make the Manifesto better, or accept it, and propagate
>> ---------------------------------------------------------------------

>> [Note from Moderator] - I strongly disagree with Mr. Bhattacharya's
>> of Islam!  The question posed by Mr. Adler is that Kashmir is being
>> invaded by militants and is India going to protect itself?  I feel
>> Islam is being demonized and terrorized so recklessly all over the
>> that it is not clear to me who the real terrorists are!!
>> - Moderator
>> P. Bhattacharya wrote:
>> -----------------------
>> Of course it will remain for ever. It will be like
>> this as long as Islam exists on the face of the earth.
>> There is nothing much to analyse. All you need to do
>> is to get rid of Islam and Muslims permanently. That'd
>> solve everything. You can't kill 5 or 10 terrorists.
>> Muslims breed like insects. How many can you kill ?
>> You need to destroy the whole lot.
>> But then nobody has the balls to do that, or even
>> admit that in public. So it will continue like this.
>> It'll be worse day by day.

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