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Terrorists Belong to No Religion

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If Azamgarh – a town with 88% of Hindus and 12% of Muslims – is considered a place of terror just because 3 or 4 youngsters have been arrested on charges of terrorism, despite the fact that it has produced many eminent personalities like Kaifi Azami, Rahul Sankrityayana, Maulana Wahiduddin Khan, then how should one brand Gujarat where hundreds of people were killed and many hundreds injured in 2002?
The fact is that terrorists belong to no place and no religion. They need to be given severe punishments according to the laws of the land. 
V.M. Khaleelur Rahman

Ambur, T.N.



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