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Sep 20, 2014
05:10 AM

Could it be because she was a Muslim ? They must file a case against the principle.

gayatri, madrid
Sep 20, 2014
05:06 AM

Modi is moving ahead and for those who do not trust him it'd be better to support other parties and leaders instead of tongue-lashing Modi and only following him. Why not follow your favourite leaders and highlight their good deeds ? Modi thrives on people's negativity. But everyone is not like him. Congress, JDU, BSP, NCP, AAP etc right now need plenty of support and followers.You can hardly abandon them now and just follow Modi's activities. That's a very selfish act.

gayatri, madrid
Sep 20, 2014
04:26 AM

I am happy for our founding fathers, otherwise for us to travel the same path wasn't going to be too hard. Arun Maheshwari

If by "our founding fathers" you mean Gandhi and Nehru, you are giving credit to the wrong people. We owe Jinnah and the British an immense debt of gratitude for partitioning the country and removing what would have been by now another 400 million Muslims in India. An India with 600 million Muslims would be like Saudi Arabia, Iran or Iraq (where I live).

Janwaar Bibi, BibiSarai
Sep 20, 2014
02:48 AM

As far as I am concerned, the path Pakistan is travelling is the path Jinnah set it on. I am happy for our founding fathers, otherwise for us to travel the same path wasn't going to be too hard.

Arun Maheshwari, Bangalore
Sep 20, 2014
01:35 AM

Anwaar, while questioning the boldness of Modi, why don't you question some Muslims whose actions put the whole community on the defensive. When every other community is prospering, it is the Muslims lagging behind. But why blame Modi and Indians for that. Even in USA,and Canada, Muslims are far behind than Hindus and Sikhs. 

george, london
Sep 20, 2014
01:29 AM

Tarnish his image as staunch Hindu nationalist?  Didn't everybody hear that everywhere in India even the school children sing, "Ishwar, Allah Tero Naam... Sab Ko Sanmati De Bhagwan"? This is staunch Hindu Nationalist's identity. 

P.B. Joshipura, Suffolk, Virginia
Sep 20, 2014
01:18 AM

Apparently, he crammed all of his musical talents in few short years. 

P.B. Joshipura, Suffolk, Virginia
Sep 20, 2014
12:48 AM

Well said, Ms. Lantos! But follow it through.

Anwaar, Dallas
Sep 20, 2014
12:45 AM

> "..... a new mosque where gay people are welcome, Christians too, and women are treated equally to men opened peacefully in Cape Town today despite threats of violence."

A bold and welcome step.

Anwaar, Dallas
Sep 20, 2014
12:43 AM
No big deal....just like the Indian Hindus,just like the Indian Sikhs, just like the Indian Christians, the Indian Buddhists the Indian Jains, the Indian Parsis, the Indian animistes, the Indian agnostics, the Indian atheists and hopefully every other Indian group......... There is a subtle way of stigmatization of Muslims used by Muslim bashers in the world Media and by other racists ... pretending to defend the Muslims by saying that they are not the same as those belonging to terrorist groups ...... Why on earth should people belonging to a faith be compared to criminals....even if they belong to that faith. This type of shortcut stigmatization should stop.
jamsheed rizwani, Epinay-sur-Seine
Sep 20, 2014
12:25 AM
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