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Old February 15th, 2011, 09:54 AM
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Re: Going, going , soon will be gone--Hindus from Bangladesh

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Ashdocji, percentage is often gives incorrect picture, so would like to see figures in absolute number
In India muslim population grew from 12% in 1991 to 16% in 2001 and hindu population decreased in percentage not in numbers. So how many hindus were forcibly converted or were killed by muslims in India. Muslim population grew at the rate of 30% decadal growth and hindu at 20% decadal growth.
These muslims are utter fools don’t you feel so, what is the point of flaunting these picture, how many times did Americans flaunted drone hit people?
How many times Hindus flaunted pictures of Muslims they murdered in huge numbers in 91 and 02 in equally brutal way?

But these idiots flaunted it and ruined it, they could have their own war against terrorism and could have killed as many as they want in cool American style. they could have blamed these hindus as ULFA or Naga supporter and eliminated them in american style


University halls means nothing actually, Pakistan has cities like Risalpur, Bahawalpur etc, and pur is hindu city name, muslim city name ends with abaad not pur

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if percentage of hindus falls so drastically from 28 percent to 9.2 percent in bangladesh ., then numbers are fallen upto a certain extent .

even in percentage ,the muslims in india and hindus in india have not changed so drastically .

so what.......the names of the cities in pakistan are not being changed even though the demography has changed .

rawalpindi means ' pindi of shankar ' --rawal being one of his names . but that does not mean hindus are being treated fairly in pak......in fact ,they barely exist .
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How you can gauge a norm? Do you thing killing 10 people is more heinous than killing 5?

Bangladesh is secular, but an Islamic country. You can’t expect an Islamic country to declare ramnavami or krishnashtami as national day. But there are lots of mandirs, pujas and pandals in bangladesh and hindus are having good time.



Bangladesh is not an islamic country...it's a muslim country... shitholes like Iran and pakistan are islamic countries... BD's national anthem is written by Tagore and is a tribute to bangla culture and not some religious shit... pakistan changed its anthem, which was written by a hindu on Jinnah's request.
There is a presence of muslim fundamentalist in BD, which was supported by pak before its partition... and one does hear about oppression on minorities from time to time. BD has its own culture and is proud of it, unlike stupid pakis who try to trace their root to arab world and some desert crap.
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Re: Going, going , soon will be gone--Hindus from Bangladesh

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so nothing. just wanted to digress without digressing.
only 1 pic showed towelheads. u obviousyl doubt the other?
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Why are you stuttering when saying towelheads?
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Nevermind, what was your question?
Yesterday I thought what type karna, but now Chitralaji gyaan baant rahe hai, tou soocha, thoda gyaan mein bhi baant du (free mein).

Towelhead is a derogatory word for arabs. Americans (mostly) use it in contempt of arabs. They can, because they can look eye to eye at an arab. But an Indian (unless he is great khali) will piss in his pants if ever dare to call an arab towelhead. Arabs are very large, ferocious and brutal. So even though Bangladeshis are not towelhead, you can call them towelhead, kyonki, dil behlane key liye, galib, khayal accha hai.
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Re: Going, going , soon will be gone--Hindus from Bangladesh

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Yesterday I thought what type karna, but now Chitralaji gyaan baant rahe hai, tou soocha, thoda gyaan mein bhi baant du (free mein).

Towelhead is a derogatory word for arabs. Americans (mostly) use it in contempt of arabs. They can, because they can look eye to eye at an arab. But an Indian (unless he is great khali) will piss in his pants if ever dare to call an arab towelhead. Arabs are very large, ferocious and brutal. So even though Bangladeshis are not towelhead, you can call them towelhead, kyonki, dil behlane key liye, galib, khayal accha hai.
kaisi baat karte hain, prabho.... sab aapse hi to seekha hai.
Indians can't call arabs/afghans towelheads... we have a sizable sikh population. Bangladeshis are not towelheads... they are towelloins...
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kaisi baat karte hain, prabho.... sab aapse hi to seekha hai.
Soch lo .... kahi guru-dakshina mein angoota dena pad gaya tou, space bar ke bina type karna padega....
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Soch lo .... kahi guru-dakshina mein angoota dena pad gaya tou, space bar ke bina type karna padega....
Hum poorab se hain...humlog dakshina dete nahin...baaki aapko maloom hai
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Hum poorab se hain...humlog dakshina dete nahin...baaki aapko maloom hai
Maloom hai, maloom hai …..

thoda aur gyan baato. . . . aap ko apne poorab ke hone ka garv hai, mashallah, magar kyon?

Aur ek paki ko uske pashchimi (or root to arab) hone per aap ko aitraaz, aisa kyon?
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Maloom hai, maloom hai …..

thoda aur gyan baato. . . . aap ko apne poorab ke hone ka garv hai, mashallah, magar kyon?

Aur ek paki ko uske pashchimi (or root to arab) hone per aap ko aitraaz, aisa kyon?
nahin bhaiya, kono garav-badav ki baat nahin hai... pakis (and some of our earnest muslim friends) piss me off coz they trace their culture, history and lineage to the gypsies of the desert... and thus claim that hindu and muslim populace are two nations. Do you know that they dont teach Ashok or other hindu kings in pakistan... their history presumably starts with islamic invasion... what kind of demented education policy is that. And, most of the pakistani population is convert and not direct descendents of invaders.

In India, during NDA reign they tried to mmake some changes in history books but those were still disputed facts and not outright lies. At least we read relatively a better version of history and we had studied evolution in biology class and not some creationist shit.
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There is a presence of muslim fundamentalist in BD, which was supported by pak before its partition...
If I remember right, it was a general who took over sometime after the first govt in 1971 that declared BD as Islamic. The general wanted to appease the right.
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How you can gauge a norm? Do you thing killing 10 people is more heinous than killing 5?

Bangladesh is secular, but an Islamic country. You can’t expect an Islamic country to declare ramnavami or krishnashtami as national day. But there are lots of mandirs, pujas and pandals in bangladesh and hindus are having good time.

Ashdoc’s post can be created for any community which has a decreasing population. Lets take india and parsi community. Google and take their decreasing count by year or decade. Then get a horrible photograph from net and say a certain professor is killed by hindus (not meant particularly, but as a majority in india). Then one similar (second pic) picture drawn or a scene from a movie or theatre and caption it so-and-so batliwala or glasswala before being killed.

Then a write up mentioning all the benefits enjoyed by the parsi community (so that it would not sound biased), but countering with imaginary stories of persecution; and then ending with saying though india is secular, but hindus being majority religion persecute minorities.
Point taken. Some blogs spin outright lies, and since there was no reliable primary source, it's fair enough to doubt the authenticity.

Anway my knowledge of BD is minimal ... Besides, where there is a lot of poverty (as in South Asia), bigotry and fanaticism are not far behind.
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If I remember right, it was a general who took over sometime after the first govt in 1971 that declared BD as Islamic. The general wanted to appease the right.
Mujeeb-ur-Rehman took over after 1971 and he was a leftist... Sheikh Haseena(not sure) is his daughter and stilll represents left leaning party...the other woman, Khaleda Zia represents hardliners, who are modeled after Zia-ul-haq's suppoerting party(jamaat-e-islami). Tasleema Nasreen's book Lajja has chronicled some horrific event that hindus had to favce in BD esp after 1992 mosque demolition.
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Bangladesh is secular, but an Islamic country. You can’t expect an Islamic country to declare ramnavami or krishnashtami as national day. But there are lots of mandirs, pujas and pandals in bangladesh and hindus are having good time.
Would a Secular and an Islamic Country be Different from Secular and a Hindu Country. What is India then.

Id, Bakri Id and Id e Milad un Nabi are all Holidays in India.

Id and Diwali are Holidays in Singapore.

Interestingly, Good Friday is not a holiday in US but in India.

There are Iftar Parties (many attended by BJP Leaders), Haj Subsidy and Madrasas. So, Muslims are having a good time in India too.
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Re: Going, going , soon will be gone--Hindus from Bangladesh

According to some estimates Bangladesh has exported around 10% of its population growth to India in the past decades. This massive influx has changed the demographics in West Bengal and Assam with a sharp decrease in the percentage of Hindus. Bangladeshis after flooding WB and Assam seem to be moving Westwards and even towards Nepal.

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It's pointless to argue if this phenomenal surge in the Muslim population is caused by the community's religious practices, including neglect of family planning. It is clear that Bangladesh, with its population growing at 2.8 million per year, is experiencing a demographic explosion. After saturating the lower basin areas of the Brahmaputra and the Ganga at the Farakka point, the men in search of "living space" are looking further north to the Nepal terai. The more adventurous among them are heading west in search of a living, to Delhi and Mumbai, and with some luck, to the Gulf. Mumbai has recorded an all-time high Muslim share of 21.96 per cent and Delhi a 82.3 per cent decadal growth of Muslims. Increase in the Muslim population in Surat, the brassware centre of Moradabad, or even the stone quarries of Gurgaon cannot be explained as generational growth. The train from Bangladesh seems to be chugging along.

The high point of Census 2001 is confirmation of the phenomenon of mass exodus from Bangladesh, not the computation mistake by the census commissioner. In the emotional frenzy of the Bangladesh war in 1971, the long-term effect of an unviable nation emerging across India's door was neither understood nor acknowledged. But Henry Kissinger wrote with remarkable prescience: "It (Bangladesh) might set a precedent for the creation of other Moslem States, carved this time out of India." Kissinger's forecast hasn't been proved yet, but the changing population trends are clearly on his side.
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How you can gauge a norm? Do you thing killing 10 people is more heinous than killing 5?

Bangladesh is secular, but an Islamic country. You can’t expect an Islamic country to declare ramnavami or krishnashtami as national day. But there are lots of mandirs, pujas and pandals in bangladesh and hindus are having good time.

Ashdoc’s post can be created for any community which has a decreasing population. Lets take india and parsi community. Google and take their decreasing count by year or decade. Then get a horrible photograph from net and say a certain professor is killed by hindus (not meant particularly, but as a majority in india). Then one similar (second pic) picture drawn or a scene from a movie or theatre and caption it so-and-so batliwala or glasswala before being killed.

Then a write up mentioning all the benefits enjoyed by the parsi community (so that it would not sound biased), but countering with imaginary stories of persecution; and then ending with saying though india is secular, but hindus being majority religion persecute minorities.
any chance that the book is a one such detailed write up with lot of time/energy/spirituality spent on it? worth checking you think?.

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Yesterday I thought what type karna, but now Chitralaji gyaan baant rahe hai, tou soocha, thoda gyaan mein bhi baant du (free mein).

Towelhead is a derogatory word for arabs. Americans (mostly) use it in contempt of arabs. They can, because they can look eye to eye at an arab. But an Indian (unless he is great khali) will piss in his pants if ever dare to call an arab towelhead. Arabs are very large, ferocious and brutal. So even though Bangladeshis are not towelhead, you can call them towelhead, kyonki, dil behlane key liye, galib, khayal accha hai.
so basically you will piss in your pants if you ever dare to call an arab towelhead. thats ok.

you thought, wrote and said (while you wrote) but did not answer the question
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Bangladesh is not an islamic country...it's a muslim country... shitholes like Iran and pakistan are islamic countries... BD's national anthem is written by Tagore and is a tribute to bangla culture and not some religious shit... pakistan changed its anthem, which was written by a hindu on Jinnah's request.
There is a presence of muslim fundamentalist in BD, which was supported by pak before its partition... and one does hear about oppression on minorities from time to time. BD has its own culture and is proud of it, unlike stupid pakis who try to trace their root to arab world and some desert crap.
who wrote what for the country and what culture the land follows etc all can easily go for a toss once the demographic tilts. once that happens one single mullah is capable of changing the picture. even their own are not spared. look at how a statement from vastanvi has boomeranged to gunfire/politics/clarifications and his u-turn. or the case of sherry rahman post taseer incident.
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