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Government of India is running terrorist training institutes such as Jamia Millia , AMU , JNU should we not protest to close them. Would it be wrong if some nationalist bomb these den of terror if Govrnment does not listen ?

Asked by Batao Na, 03 Dec '08 03:10 pm
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That is an outright RSS lie. Jamia Milia was innaugurated in 1920 when Islamic terrorism didn't even exist. And the Jamia was one of the most prominent centers of anti colonial activity. Today, Jamia has an internationally recognized status, even w/ countries fighting a "war on terrorism."

http://www.jmi.nic.in/CoursesofStudy.htm

That's the course sheet 4 Jamia Milia University, and Islamic studies is only a small part of it. And Jamia also is the only course in India which trains our government officials & INDUSTRIALISTS on Central Asian languages, which we desperately need at this point (we're trying to establish economic ties w/ central Asia over petrol & gas supplies). The ENGLISH LANGUAGE department is larger in Jamia than Islamic studies department.

This kind of BJP / RSS / Bajrang Dal / Shiv Sena nonsense is retarded. If u wanna bomb a university, do it in Pakistan at least :) Ppls who say slogans like "close down Jamia", "Jami ...more
Answered by A Moin, 03 Dec '08 04:12 pm

 
  
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Govt needs proof of such things before they can take any stern action against such institutes
Answered by Preeti, 03 Dec '08 03:10 pm

 
  
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But not tackle
Answered by prashant prashar, 03 Dec '08 03:12 pm

 
  
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Baseless allegations are going to make us a weak nation. I agree this malady has to be uprooted this time but we need to respect every law abiding citizen of India and punish one who is a traitor ireespective of caste, creed, religion.
Answered by munish dhingra, 03 Dec '08 04:43 pm

 
  
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Hum aastin main saanp paal rahe hain
Answered by KRISHNA, 03 Dec '08 04:02 pm

 
  
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