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Hinduism has no bar to many marriages for men. After all Krishna had eight wives. Durgesh does not need to become a muslim for that. And why just four?  (Sep 27, 2008 | post #29)

Why do muslim girls want hindu and sikh men in bed?

Alex posted the same message in some 15 topics. I also did the same, nopt very intelligent, but you need not be intelligent with jahils.  (Sep 27, 2008 | post #18)

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Don't write sh#t. We will have no association whatsoever, with christianity or islam.  (Sep 27, 2008 | post #688)

Need to cleanup this forum.....

No need to do that. Yoni is self-lubricating.  (Sep 27, 2008 | post #163)

Hindi vs Urdu - by John Voxx

The sikhs may differ but hindus will always consider them as brothers. No obligation on sikhs. We have enough of dignity and do not need crutches. You have worse specimens from christianity and muslims in the forum, after all it is a public forum with no policy of control on obscenity. It is their business model. What else can you expect?  (Sep 27, 2008 | post #279)

Hindi vs Urdu - by John Voxx

It was the sikhs who suffered the most during those days. Yes, a large number were still for peace. The Khalistani dream was not just autonomy, it was a separate state. Pakistan was backing them for that (in revenge for creation of Bangladesh). The same thing will happen with muslims also. They may plant bombs, but in the end they would be caught and the families will suffer. There could be hindu reactions in which perhaps sikhs also would join. The madarsas may be put under stricter servelence. Then they will understand that violence does not pay.  (Sep 27, 2008 | post #278)

Hindi vs Urdu - by John Voxx

Don't say this before an sane person. You would look very foolish.  (Sep 27, 2008 | post #276)

Hindi vs Urdu - by John Voxx

You know who: Yes, we take Ramayana seriously. It hardly matters if it was historical or not. It is a story which shows good and bad, and hindus take their lessons of life from it. What is your problem? What we do is our business. We are not asking you to follow it.  (Sep 27, 2008 | post #275)

Ved misinterpreted: Correct interpretations: Durgesh

And who were these Asuras and where did they live?  (Sep 27, 2008 | post #32)

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