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Why Muslims Destroy Hindu Temples

Why Muslims Destroy Hindu Temples

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This book by Anwar Shaikh describes the psychology of Islam behind destroying Hindu Temples. He says the roots of this destructive behaviours lies in the psychological development of mohammed paigambar & has nothing to do with the word of GOD.
This book by Anwar Shaikh describes the psychology of Islam behind destroying Hindu Temples. He says the roots of this destructive behaviours lies in the psychological development of mohammed paigambar & has nothing to do with the word of GOD.

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Why MuslimsDestroyHindu Temples?
ANWAR SHAIKH
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Hindu Writers Forum129-B, DDAFIotsMIG,Rajouri Garden, New Delhi-1 100271st edition Nov. 2001Reprinted Feb. 2005
 
Why did the Muslims destroy Hindutemples
Why did the Muslimsdestroy Hindu temples
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Can one say that it was an excuse toplunder India, and an attempt to spreadthe message of the Koran? Though there is some truth in both theassertions, the reality is psychological,whose roots go back into the ambitions of the Prophet Muhammad himself. Thisstatement may be somewhat ambiguousand thus requires explanation.Like the physical order of the universe, thesocial structure of mankind is also
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Reprinted from
Idolatory, Islam and India
published earlier by Society of HinduMissionaries, Bombay, (1995)
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Why did the Muslims destroy Hindutemples
hierarchical, that is broadest at the baseand narrowest at the top. This is thereason that an organisation is not possiblewithout observing this principle. Thus, anation of several million people isgoverned by a government of twenty tothirty members, who are themselvesheaded by one person called the PrimeMinister, President, Dictator or King. Thistruth was represented by the conduct of Alexander, the Great, who believed in auniversal monarchy.What are the connotations of thisstatement? It means that humans areendowed with a psychological peculiarity,which may be described as DominanceUrge; it goads people individually andcollectively to dominate others. One cansee this urge in operation during politicalelections when competing candidates useall methods at their disposal to gainpower; the concepts of morality,munificence and mercy are shouted at topvoice, but are usually rooted in mischief,mordacity and malevolence. The urge of dominance admits only one conduct whichleads to victory. Hence, might is right, and
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Sab musalmaan behenchod tawaifon ki aulaaden hain...madarchodon....agar ek musalmaan sahi likh raha hai aur wo tum sab gaddaron ki asliyat se waakif ho gaya hai....to usey mad bata rahe ho.....katuon tumhe apne baap ka naam tak to sahi pata ho ga nahi....tumhari ammiyan kisse kissey chudwaati hain pehle ye pata lagao...
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