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Published in the 16-31 Mar 2004 print edition of MG; send me the print edition

Wahiduddin Khan safe in ivory tower

Reference your Milli Gazette 1-15 Feb' 2004 page no.17 where this "maulana" says "I have never experienced any suffering in this country on account of being a Muslim. I regard this complaint as baseless.

Any Muslim who becomes a spokesman of Hindus to keep blaming Muslims will be safe in India and will have no suffering for being a Muslim. BJP's Mukhtar Naqvi, Shahnawaz and Sinkandar Bakt or Shiv Sena’s Sabir Sheikh from Kalyan near Bombay will say the same.

It is a pity that the "maulana" is blind and deaf to hundreds of thousands of incidents to injustice and barbarity towards Muslims. Why give publicity to such anti-Muslim people. The whole world is aghast at what happened in Gujarat not to mention many old crimes like in Muradabad in 1987 to Muslims because they are Muslims.

Md. Iqbal Ahmad Sheikh, Solapur

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