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Saturday, May 27, 2017

[mukto-mona] Re: Alarming rise in hatred

Yes, people these days cannot think properly; they cannot put two and two together. The cause and effect of an event are left disjointed.

- AR

On Saturday, 27 May 2017, 14:37, DeEldar <> wrote:

It is not surprising that people are getting very angry with the Muslims for not doing anything to curve the violence but wearing more conspicuous Hijabs, Scull caps and Veils as if that is what is being asked from Muslim community. The standard response from the Muslim side is that Islam stands for peace and these perpetrators are not Muslims? And then of course US, EU and Israel are conspiring against the great religion of Islam? People are simply getting tired of these nonsense talks. Muslims can't justify the terror and then demand compassion from other communities.

On Sat, May 27, 2017 at 12:40 AM, 'Khoniker Othithee' via Bangladesh Progressives <bangladesh-progressives@> wrote:
Extremists has no religion, but some have even less than others. 20757339/police_responding_to_ ne_portla.amp

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