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Two Nation Theory and Creation of Bangladesh

Raza Habib RajaThis article is not a “defense” or repudiation of the two nation theory (TNT). Rather it tries to critically evaluate the argument that creation of Bangladesh in fact proved that the two nation theory was not valid. Those who claim that the two nation theory has proven to be a failure cite creation of Bangladesh as an example. It is claimed that ethnic nationalism trumped religion and therefore the two nation theory has proven to be a failure. I do not intend to prove that the two nation theory is wrong or right but just evaluate it with reference to creation of Bangladesh.

Frankly speaking I am not a history expert and do not claim any command on minute details of partition and its various narratives. However, as a student of political thought and comparative politics, I have often been fascinated by the two nation theory. Now for someone who calls himself a “Pakistani Indian”, it may appear that I will be a staunch opponent of the “two nation” theory. The way, it is often interpreted is that Hindus and Muslims are two distinct nations who would have found it impossible to live together and therefore Muslims who were the minority at that time would need a separate politically autonomous state. I do oppose this version and I think that it is highly debatable. If being a Muslim is the criteria of a separate state then why stop at India? Why not also include all the Muslims of the world and merge them into one nation state?

We know such a thing is not possible and is in fact laughable. The two nation theory would start making sense if only we understand the fleeting concept of identity. We are not just Muslims, but are also have ethno linguistic identities which at times may be competing with each other and at times complimenting each other. Everything revolves around a complex phenomenon known as identity and in politics that is often the most important factor in mobilization. Identity itself may be constructed or at times may simply be something you are born with. Moreover, identity may be dormant and can become active. It is when an identity becomes active, political expression follows.

How a particular identity becomes active often depends on the perceived benefits as well as drawbacks associated with it. It also becomes active, if there is a perception that you are being victimized on the basis of that particular identity. Once an identity is activated, it can form various political expressions which range from political mobilization to demand greater rights to outright demand s for a separate nation state. What determines the exact form of political expression depends on many things. For example gender identity can form a political expression but it is not possible ( at least has not happened ever) for women to demand a separate country! Demand for equal pay and improved civil rights are expressed largely through civil society and do not aim to change the geographical and administrative structure of a particular country.

On the other hand ethnic identity can form various political expressions ranging from formation of political parties on ethnic lines to demands for a separate state. Ethnic nationalists can demand a separate state particularly when an ethnicity views that it is possible to secede and the secession will lead to better standard of living and greater rights. The demand for a separate nation state is also hugely dependent on actual geographical dispersion of the population belonging to that ethnicity. If there are geographical concentrations then the demand for secession is more likely compared to a situation where the ethnicity is evenly dispersed all over the country.

Religion like ethnicity is an identity though compared to ethnic identity is less “rigid”. It is generally said that religion is merely set of believes, but at least in political literature, it has always been considered much more than that. In fact, some have gone to the extent of calling religion of birth as a form of ethnic identity. Yes theoretically speaking it could be changed, but religious identity is a powerful identity particularly in circumstances where discrimination or perceived discrimination is conducted on religious lines.

Put simply religion can also be an effective political identity provided certain conditions are there. And like other identities, it can form a political expression of demanding a separate state.

Demand for Pakistan ( whether we consider it as an actual demand or as bargaining ploy by Jinnah) was a consequence of an activated political identity. There were incidences which activated the Muslim identity and Congress is equally responsible for that as much as the Muslim elites.

Like ethnicity, religion can be a politically potent factor leading to possible demands of a nation state. In Pakistan’s case Muslims were also concentrated in two geographical zones (present day Pakistan and Bangladesh). While a substantial number was also dispersed all over the country there is no denying of the fact that areas forming West Pakistan ( Present day Pakistan) and East Pakistan (Bangladesh) were Muslim majority areas.

It is true that ethnic identity on its own is often a stronger motivating factor though at the time of independence there were no mass movements demanding independence on ethnic lines. In fact if demand for a nation state is only justified on ethnic lines then India itself should have been divided into many parts as there are so many languages spoken there.

Moreover, the term “partition” is misleading because India has rarely been politically a single unit. Throughout its history, there was just a loose geographical continuity which has always enabled this land to be called India. Within this geographical unit, there have been various political configurations. The right question is not whether there should have been a “partition” but rather whether the areas coming under present day Pakistan and Bangladesh should have joined Indian federation ( as visualized by Congress) or not.

So there were in reality various identities emerging out of Indian subcontinent. There was a broader Indian identity, religious identities, and ethnic linguistic identities. In other words there have always been nations within a nation. And then there is a concept of hybrid identity. It is not important for many to be just Muslims but rather they want their religious freedom as well as their ethnic and cultural independence. So I may be Muslim but at the same time I would prefer that my Punjabi cultural freedom is also safeguarded.

When Bengali and Sindhi Muslims voted for Pakistan (after all let’s not forget that these two provinces clearly voted for Pakistan), the idea was not merely preservation of their religious freedom but a combination of both religious as well ethnic/cultural freedoms. Thus when Bengali Muslims (who were also geographically concentrated) voted for creation of Pakistan, it was also for the preservation of their Bengali identity along with religious identity.

The choice was to join Indian federation or join Pakistan. Those who voted for Pakistan joined Pakistan with the view that perhaps their ethnic and cultural freedom would be better safeguarded in Pakistan rather than India.

The reason why Bangladesh came into being is less to do with fallacy of two nation theory but more with how actually West Pakistan treated East Pakistanis. It is not the idea itself but the way Pakistan tried to over centralize and negate Bengali culture and their ethnic identity. Pakistan superimposed Urdu over Bengali and adopted a policy of sustained repression. Bengalis seceded mainly because of the way we treated them. The discrimination activated the Bengali nationalism and led to secession. But once again it was the hybrid identity of both Islam and Bengali ethnicity which dictated the choice of independence rather than merger with India. What had earlier prompted them to opt for Pakistan, once again led them to become an independent state.

The two nation theory would have been discarded IF Bengalis had opted to join India in 1971 rather than opting for going independent.

Personally I think history is yet to give its verdict about the two nation theory. We cannot just say that just because Bangladesh came into being therefore it is wrong.

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559 Responses to "Two Nation Theory and Creation of Bangladesh"

  1. Asoka India Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    Hindus have no claim to being the “final” the “best” or “last” message… those who do should defend theirs.
    These rants against Hindus and Hinduism will be contested. And, since the owners of final messages throw stones, they should be prepared to face a few too.
    We will win all ‘pissing contests’ because we are intellectually superior having been brought up in a tradition of learning, debate and innovation.
    All other faiths are but pimply teenagers compared to hindu thought which is millenniums old and has thrived without proselyting because people came to it voluntarily. It has survived the test of time and tribulation and the finality of any other message will only be known in a few thousand years.

  2. Asoka India Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    “when I do repond I do so at the time of my choosing and only when the little gnomes angels tell me that the Evil is no longer in the vicinity. ”
    Haha… calling hubby?
    REX MINOR: Its just your intellectual inferiority due to a deficient education that inhibits you from responding. Worry not, we have educated many of your ilk. Be around and your mind will open up to receive the divine. You will then want to run to the river with the naked sadhus too.

  3. Asoka India Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    REX MINOR:”little gnomes angels tell me that the Evil is no longer in the vicinity ”
    OOOPS!! Now are you hearing Jibreel too?? Is a forgotten installment of the message about to be received by you? Hallelujah!!

  4. RHR United States Internet Explorer Windows says:

    @ Rex, HP, Asoka , Shmir Chaudary ( or Tajender)

    On internet the bravery is not hurling abuss at each other’s faiths but learning to argue with civility…


    Remember if you keep on declaring loudly how superior are “beleivers” than frankly tose who do not believe in your religion of birth WILL retaliate ( the case in point HP who is otherwsie a fine and intlligent person though with a strange nick)


    I dont know you but apparently you are intelligent and therefore I would like your comments on a better topic..


    For God sake stop it…

    Why do you always do this despite being so brilliant…

    I know you from Chowk and it is the same habit of writing what the most vicious commentators like to read…



  5. Rex Minor Germany Google Chrome Windows says:


    Please note that I do not communicate with Hindu bloggers, who throw abuses at the Prophet of God(pbuh) nor with tose whom you have bracketed as intellectuals! My comments are the breaking news appearing on cable TV which are being blogged on ET and even dicussed with more civility since the abuses are rejected by the moderators, but some of your favourites find them provokative. I am therefore suspending my commentry on your articles until serenity returns.

    Rex Minor

  6. RHR United States Google Chrome Windows says:


    I am not asking you to stop commentating…

    Merely requesting you that everyone is BORN into a faith..This is a choice most of us do not have…

    I know you do not abuse..which is a quality..

    All i am saying is that we should not comparing our religion of birth with others..

    btw I am making the same request to all of the others as well…

  7. RHR United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    btw in a strange way the ongoing discussion ( which chiefly comprises of abusing each other’s faith) vindicates the TNT..

  8. Rex Minor Germany Google Chrome Windows says:


    You are a nice person but think in a the America frame. PTH should not allow in its own interest the abuses on the prophets person from any one including Hindus or their declared RSS members. I comment on ET artices and on Reuters blog occasionaly and there are scores of Indian bloggers who say things which are not pubished because of their abuses, and they squak and complain and resubit in a better form and improve further in an acceptable form and they get published y the ET, whereas the Reuters Blog no longer allow them to remain on the blog. It is an expensive exercise but at least gives the chance to the new generation of hindus who reside in the yankee lawless land, to learn to live in the civilised worl of knowledge.

    Now tell me where do you think the Indian Hindus should learn to behave properly with women, if not on the blog? In their families or communities, in their country or in the international forum. Sorry, but you are depriving them, unlike ET, the opportunity to learn to communicate with peoples of other faith and or sex by following the internationaly accepted standard of etiquettes.

    I am not a politician or a journalist but the one who deals with human brains and I can even understand Indians enimosity with Pakistani muslims which Raj and others show at times but if they extend it beyond the indian sub continent they are to experience a response.

    I found your article on TNT an excellent write but this has unnecessarily and unintellectualy resulted in exchange of emotions mostly in the Indian corner. I am always keen to read Kaals views ad this he very generously provides on dozen of ET articles. I wil take care not to step on others feet. It was nice knowing you.

    Rex Minor

  9. Romain United States Internet Explorer Windows says:

    RHR mian,

    “btw in a strange way the ongoing discussion ( which chiefly comprises of abusing each other’s faith) vindicates the TNT”

    Dont even go there. The floodgates will open. Think 1949.

  10. Romain United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    RHR Mian,

    I hope you do realize that in 1949 Pakiland banned all immigration from India, including Muslims. That date was really the end of TNT or whatever MAJ and his cohorts wanted. Even today, Indian Muslims require a Visa to go to Pakiland. So do kashmiri muslims.

    So before Bangladesh, was even a pipe-dream, TNT was really dead.

  11. Chote Miya United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    “btw in a strange way the ongoing discussion ( which chiefly comprises of abusing each other’s faith) vindicates the TNT..”
    Or is it the result of TNT?

  12. kaalchakra United States Mozilla Firefox Ubuntu Linux says:

    “So before Bangladesh, was even a pipe-dream, TNT was really dead.”

    RHR, you will soon realize, and it seems to me that you have already seen, how VERY hard it is to communicate with a good Hindu. And the more educated and liberal a Hindu, the harder it is for him or her to see reality as it is. Poor Jinnah ji confused Hindus no end by trivializing TNT for them.

    But I wouldn’t call a good Hindu like HP bhai particularly vicious. May be just blinded by irrationalities inherent in modern Hinduism.


    I know how you must respond under your breath to that comment, so will tone it down a bit. But reading comments from Hindus like HP bhai, it is hard not to have a little bit of fun with them. :)

    On all other points here, I of course, agree with you.

  13. shimr choudhary United Arab Emirates Internet Explorer Windows says:

    Asoka says:
    February 14, 2013 at 2:47 pm
    shmir ch:”Asoka/mtg

    jahil ashoke arabs built libraries and universities frm baghdad to ordoba to india to cairo and timbaktoon.”
    How many centuries ago was that? How many libraries did they burn? Timbaktoo? How many libraries do they have now…….

    500 years before oxford and cambridge.books to teach science to britishers were brought from muslim spain.
    cordoba alhamra had biggest libraris of history.when changez burnt
    bagdad library,water of river dajla turned black.
    tel me one library built by vedics.boasting lying and spewing hate is the only trade u know best.timbaktu has 7oo years old , one of the biggest library of world.

  14. shimr choudhary United Arab Emirates Internet Explorer Windows says:

    Now tell me where do you think the Indian Hindus,

    ignorance is the only treasure hindu have ,they use this to fabricate and market god.

    All other faiths are but pimply teenagers compared to hindu thought which is millenniums old and has thrived without proselyting because people came to it voluntarily

    creation of hindu samaj was first major terrorist act on indian soil.
    u boast about your thought,tell something to us as well.

    all your knowledge and thoughts were limited to very very few.give me the name of one school u opened for general benefit of common indian.

  15. Asoka India Safari iPad says:


  16. shimr choudhary United Arab Emirates Internet Explorer Windows says:


    all your knowledge and thoughts were limited to very very few.give me the name of one school u opened for general benefit of common indian.

    awnser this,

    what is the centre poit of your thouht or philosophy,tell me.

  17. shimr choudhary United Arab Emirates Internet Explorer Windows says:

    Despite gaping holes in the case against Afzal Guru, all India’s institutions played a part in putting a Kashmiri to death

    By Arundhati Roy

    Spring announced itself in Delhi on Saturday. The sun was out, and the law took its course. Just before breakfast, the government of India secretly hanged Afzal Guru, prime accused in the attack on parliament in December 2001, and interred his body in Delhi’s Tihar jail where he had been in solitary confinement for 12 years. Guru’s wife and son were not informed. “The authorities intimated the family through speed post and registered post,” the home secretary told the press, “the director general of the Jammu and Kashmir [J&K] police has been told to check whether they got it or not”. No big deal, they’re only the family of yet another Kashmiri terrorist.

    In a moment of rare unity the Indian nation, or at least its major political parties – Congress, the Bharatiya Janata party and the Communist party of India (Marxist) – came together as one (barring a few squabbles about “delay” and “timing”) to celebrate the triumph of the rule of law. Live broadcasts from TV studios, with their usual cocktail of papal passion and a delicate grip on facts, crowed about the “victory of democracy”. Rightwing Hindu nationalists distributed sweets to celebrate the hanging, and beat up Kashmiris (paying special attention to the girls) who had gathered in Delhi to protest. Even though Guru was dead and gone, the commentators in the studios and the thugs on the streets seemed, like cowards who hunt in packs, to need each other to keep their courage up. Perhaps because, deep inside, themselves they knew they had colluded in doing something terribly wrong.

    What are the facts? On 13 December 2001 five armed men drove through the gates of the Indian parliament in a car fitted out with a bomb. When challenged they jumped out of the car and opened fire, killing eight security personnel and a gardener. In the firefight that followed, all five attackers were killed. In one of the many versions of the confessions he was forced to make in police custody, Guru identified the men as Mohammed, Rana, Raja, Hamza and Haider. That’s all we know about them. They don’t even have second names. LK Advani, then home minister in the BJP government, said they “looked like Pakistanis”. (He should know what Pakistanis look like right? Being a Sindhi himself.) Based only on Guru’s custodial confession (which the supreme court subsequently set aside, citing “lapses” and “violations of procedural safeguards”) the government recalled its ambassador from Pakistan and mobilised half a million soldiers on the Pakistan border. There was talk of nuclear war. Foreign embassies issued travel advisories and evacuated their staff from Delhi. The standoff lasted months and cost India thousands of crores – millions of pounds.

    Within 24 hours, the Delhi Police Special Cell (notorious for its fake “encounter” killings, where suspected terrorists are targeted in extrajudicial attacks) claimed it had cracked the case. On 15 December it arrested the “mastermind”, Professor SAR Geelani, in Delhi, and Showkat Guru and his cousin Afzal Guru in Srinagar, Kashmir. Subsequently, they arrested Afsan Guru, Showkat’s wife. The Indian media enthusiastically disseminated the police version. These were some of the headlines: “Delhi university lecturer was terror plan hub”, “Varsity don guided fidayeen”, “Don lectured on terror in free time.” Zee TV, a national network, broadcast a “docudrama” called December 13, a recreation that claimed to be the “truth based on the police charge sheet”. (If the police version is the truth, why have courts?) The then prime minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, and Advani publicly applauded the film. The supreme court refused to postpone the screening, saying that the media would not influence judges. It was broadcast only a few days before the fast-track court sentenced Geelani and Afzal and Showkat Guru to death. Subsequently the high court acquitted Geelani and Afsan Guru. The supreme court upheld the acquittal. But in its 5 August 2005 judgment it gave Afzal Guru three life sentences and a double death sentence.

    The BJP called for an immediate execution. One of its election slogans was “Desh abhi sharminda hai, Afzal abhibhi zinda hai“, which means (in stirring rhyme), “Our nation is ashamed because Afzal is still alive”. In order to blunt the murmurs that had begun to surface, a fresh media campaign began. Chandan Mitra, now a BJP MP, then editor of the Pioneer newspaper, wrote: “Afzal Guru was one of the terrorists who stormed parliament house on 13 December 2001. He was the first to open fire on security personnel, apparently killing three of the six who died.” Even the police charge sheet did not accuse Afzal of that. The supreme court judgment acknowledged the evidence was circumstantial: “As is the case with most conspiracies, there is and could be no evidence amounting to criminal conspiracy.” But then, shockingly, it went on to say: “The incident, which resulted in heavy casualties, had shaken the entire nation, and the collective conscience of society will only be satisfied if capital punishment is awarded to the offender.”

    Who crafted our collective conscience on the parliament attack case? Could it have been the facts we gleaned in the papers? The films we saw on TV? Before celebrating the rule of law, let’s take a look at what happened.

    The people who are celebrating the victory of the rule of law argue that the very fact that the Indian courts acquitted Geelani and convicted Afzal proves that the trial was free and fair. Was it?

    The trial in the fast-track court began in May 2002. The world was still convulsed by post 9/11 frenzy. The US government was gloating prematurely over its “victory” in Afghanistan. In the state of Gujarat, the massacre of Muslims by Hindu goon squads, helped along by the police and the state government machinery that had begun in late February, was still going on sporadically. The air was charged with communal hatred. And in the parliament attack case the law was taking its own course. At the most crucial stage of a criminal case, when evidence is presented, when witnesses are cross-examined, when the foundations of the argument are laid – in the high court and supreme court you can only argue points of law, you cannot introduce new evidence – Afzal Guru, locked in a high-security solitary cell, had no lawyer. The court-appointed junior lawyer did not visit his client even once in jail, he did not summon any witnesses in Guru’s defence, and he did not cross-examine the prosecution witnesses. The judge expressed his inability to do anything about the situation.

    Even so, from the word go the case fell apart. A few examples out of many: The two most incriminating pieces of evidence against Guru were a cellphone and a laptop confiscated at the time of arrest. They were not sealed, as evidence is required to be. During the trial it emerged that the hard disk of the laptop had been accessed after the arrest. It only contained the fake home ministry passes and the fake identity cards that the “terrorists” used to access parliament – and a Zee TV video clip of parliament house. So according to the police, Guru had deleted all the information except the most incriminating bits. The police witness said he sold the crucial sim card that connected all the accused in the case to one another to Guru on 4 December 2001. But the prosecution’s own call records showed the sim was actually operational from 6 November 2001.

    How did the police get to Afzal? They said that Geelani led them to him. But the court records show that the message to arrest Afzal went out before they picked up Geelani. The high court called this a “material contradiction” but left it at that.

    The arrest memos were signed by Bismillah, Geelani’s brother, in Delhi. The seizure memos were signed by two men from the J&K police, one of them an old tormentor from Afzal’s past as a surrendered “militant”.

    It goes on and on, this pile up of lies and fabricated evidence. The courts note them, but for their pains the police get no more than a gentle rap on their knuckles. Nothing more.

    Anyone who was really interested in solving the mystery of the parliament attack would have followed the dense trail of evidence on offer. No one did, thereby ensuring the real authors of the conspiracy will remain unidentified and uninvestigated.

    The real story and the tragedy of what happened to Guru is too immense to be contained in a courtroom. The real story would lead us to the Kashmir valley, that potential nuclear flashpoint, and the most densely militarised zone in the world, where half a million Indian soldiers (one to every four civilians) and a maze of army camps and torture chambers that would put Abu Ghraib in the shade are bringing secularism and democracy to the Kashmiri people. Since 1990, when the struggle for self-determination became militant, 68,000 people have died, 10,000 have disappeared, and at least 100,000 have been tortured.

    What sets Guru’s killing apart is that, unlike those tens of thousands who died in prison cells, his life and death were played out in the blinding light of day in which all the institutions of Indian democracy played their part in putting him to death.

    Now he has been hanged, I hope our collective conscience has been satisfied. Or is our cup of blood still only half full?

  18. Asoka India Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    Shmir: I am innocent!! I didn’t open ANY schools…. please, please let my head be with my body. I swear I didn’t open any school, honest.
    I hope i have ‘awnser’-ed you.

  19. Pankaj India Google Chrome Windows says:

    ALL this discussion on TNT shows HOW BADLY
    PARTITION has MESSED up the MINDS of the 500 MILLION
    MUSLIMS of South Asia
    500 MILLION MUSLIMS in SOUTH Asia but of NO USE to the
    UMMAH because they HAVE BEEN DIVIDED into three PARTS
    by this stupid TNT

  20. Pankaj India Google Chrome Windows says:

    If 500 MILLION Muslims would have been Present in a UNITED INDIA
    IT would have been a DE FACTO ISLAMIC STATE
    From Middle East to BURMA
    SO Jinnah did NOT JUST destroy South Asian Muslims
    Stupid Jinnah

  21. Asoka India Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    Thank You, Jinnah! I am putting up a big portrait of his in my office and will garland it everyday. I will also light a diya under it. He has surely gone to swarga and is sitting with Apsaras as we debate the TNT.

  22. shimr choudhary United Arab Emirates Internet Explorer Windows says:

    ALL this discussion on TNT shows HOW BADLY

    tnt is hindu concept not muslim.islam is message will continue to effect the thought and action of humanity.future of india is in islam not brhmnsm.brhmnsm thinks that man is born unequal.idea which is being rejected by masses.

  23. yazid United States Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    @ Shimr

    Just wanted to know ( please reply)

    What is Ashraf/Ajlaf and Arzal among Muslims?

  24. kaalchakra United States Google Chrome Windows says:


    Well, it is true that Jinnah was the single biggest benefactor of Hindus (and Sikhs, and Jains, and Buddhists) and of modern India since Raja Ram Mohan Roy. He saved this gang from itself. So your putting up a poster of Jinnah and garlanding it everyday would be perfectly justified. Most Indian Muslims fully understand that. Too painfully, in fact.

    But if this is correct then it also follows that this so-called respite to Hindus (and Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists) may be a temporary one. From what I can tell, Indian Muslims are too smart to let a Jinnah come up again easily. Remember, Jinnah could succeed only because of the British. That was the sole reason Indian Muslims offered him support.

  25. yazid United States Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    @ Kaal jee

    I am least bothered about the discussions, the truth is we all are homo sapiens and God is a man made notion. All these differences would be gone in near future. These political cobwebs of Bramhins and Mullahs would be burnt by the new generation which would be based on humanity.

  26. kaalchakra United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    Pankaj, on one hand you Indians are quite rightly grateful to Jinnah, on the other, you call him stupid and offer him no respect. Seriously, is it not time to recognize the man as a genuine Hindu Hero, no matter what your own political leanings may be?

    Unless, of course, as a Hindu/Sikh/Jain/Buddhist you would prefer to live in Gandhi’s and Azad’s Cabinet Mission India, or in what Majumdar referred to as Bangistan, a la Sri Sarat Chandra Bose and his progeny.

  27. Asoka India Google Chrome  GT-N7100 Build/JZO54K) AppleWebKit/535.19 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/18.0.1025.166 Mobile Safari/535.19 says:

    Kaal: painful to admit. But you are right. We will get eaten up from inside and outside. There is a strong case for India to pay an annual tribute to NATO to remain in Afpak too. Since the US and European economies are going down the tube anyway it makes sense for them to be guns for hire. The French were performing that role in India in the nineteenth century and the wheel would have come full circle.

  28. kaalchakra United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    yazid, good for you!

  29. yazid United States Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    Why not good for you kaal?

  30. kaalchakra United States Google Chrome Windows says:


    Because brother, I don’t believe what you believe, although I wouldn’t want you to change your thinking. You must believe what you think objective facts, as you see them, tell you.

  31. yazid United States Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    Thanks Kaal

    Neither I believe in Allah nor I have a faith in Hindu Gods

  32. kaalchakra United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    yazid bhai, do you believe we are already at the end of history? or soon nearing its end. :)

  33. kaalchakra United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    BTW, both many among the Hindu right and some of the biggest and most determined Islamists I have met online – though this phenomenon would be hard to notice fact to face – are ‘atheists’ of sorts.

  34. yazid United States Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    yeah I certainly believe that people who are religious fanatics would meet their end soon. As you see where Sunnis butchering Shias, Sunni denying Ahmediyas of basic rights. Idiot Bramhins oppressing dalits.

  35. yazid United States Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    and not to forget revering a demon as a development worker in Modi.

  36. kaalchakra United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    yazid bhai

    That’s fantastic! It would be great to live in the demon-free world that is so near us if we would only open our doors to let it in.

    I don’t believe in that in the slightest, but I can see that that would be a wonderful belief to have!

  37. yazid United States Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    Yes Kaal mian

    and there would be no assassinations of Salmaan Taseer and Shahbaz Bhatti

  38. Pankaj India Google Chrome Windows says:

    @ Kaalchakra

    I have written that Jinnah was STUPID
    because he DIVIDED Muslim strength
    SO what is wrong in what I have written
    Why the hell should I RESPECT him
    For what
    His STUPIDITY has benefitted Hindus IMMEASURABLY
    BTW If your enemy COMMITS SUICIDE will you moan his death and
    offer condolences
    Respect is EARNED not asked for

  39. Pankaj India Google Chrome Windows says:

    Jinnah was EXTREMELY JEALOUS of Gandhi and Nehru
    He had realised his stature and personality were
    MUCH inferior and poorer than BOTH Gandhi and Nehru
    Gandhi was able to UNITE Hindus in a NEVER BEFORE MANNER
    So Jinnah realised TWO things
    1. The Golden days of ISLAM in India WILL NEVER RETURN because
    Hindus were in a majority
    2 Jinnah would not have been able to be the PM
    Since HE WAS DYING from TB HE WANTED to become PM
    BEFORE HIS death

  40. Pankaj India Google Chrome Windows says:

    Suppose there was NO partition
    Jinnah might not have become the PM because he was dying from TB
    Because that is the MAGIC OF DEMOCRACY
    Jinnah DID NOT HAVE THE FORESIGHT to see the power
    of democracy
    Muslims with a ONE THIRD strength in united India
    WOULD HAVE BEEN in a very secure and comfortable position
    In a United India Hindus would have been INSECURE
    India would have been a DE FACTO ISLAMIC STATE

  41. Romain United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    OK. As RHR would put it the trolls are out and my religion is better than yours is the name of the game. Idiots all!

  42. Milestogo United States Safari iPhone says:

    God’s religion is best.

  43. Baman langoti United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    AbraHa00rami Arabi and Angrezi make desi idiots bend and look down in the Macaulay-Marx designed Microscope to inspect Desi Baman ki Langoti. When they are busy in doing this their torn undy slips down. Then it is very easy to put hand from back in their crouch to grep the balls and cut them for depositing into distant Swiss bank. Mubarak Ho Mubarak Ho for fresh delivery of microscopes and the most stinking but well AbraHar00ami preserved Langotis of Baman!

  44. kaalchakra United States Google Chrome Windows says:


    Methinks both you and HP are fake RSS members. More likely Gandhites out to defame the RSS as a party of peace. Even my brother tajender, an undoubted secularist and progressive, has more fire and brimstone bubbling within him.

  45. romain United States Internet Explorer Windows says:


    for you I am a pucca RSS member. Please do not insult me by calling me a Gandhites unless you mean Indira follower.

  46. Asoka India Safari iPad says:

    DNA: Men who are circumcised are in for some bad news – it puts them at a disadvantage in the bedroom, experts have claimed. A study found that those who’ve had their foreskin removed as children or adults experience less intense sexual pleasure and orgasm than their peers, the Daily Mail reported.
    British doctors said that although it can reduce the risk of some types of infection, the risks associated with routine circumcision outweigh any potential benefits.
    Less pleasure = More Frustration
    Good weekend all

  47. kaalchakra United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    Romain bhai, reading you and HP, I get a feeling you are pucca RSS members for me alone.

    (Unless RSS is an organization of loony lefties. You probably also admire Sarat Chandra Bose. :) )

  48. shimr choudhary United Arab Emirates Internet Explorer Windows says:


    rss is rumour spreading society.bania and feeudal muscle of india.establishing uneven society by force.

    thakur bania aur nang
    inse milkar banee jansangh.

    copy every foreign act of voilence lie and loot.

    rss is also gang of murderers blackmarketeers racketeers hoarders hawala dealers scam-opererators, danga perpetuators,infant killers rapists and wife swappers.
    rss is also biggest centre of sodomy in india.all their top laders were homo.

  49. yazid United States Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    @ Shimr and Kaal mian

    Just wanted to know ( please reply)

    What is Ashraf/Ajlaf and Arzal among Muslims?

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