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    I don't have words to describe my anger. Bunch of crazy lunatics. If they were not stopped by the government, then the so called secular face of India is just a show-off and truth is there is still hatred rooted deep inside the Hindu dominated society. And a slap on the faces of those liberal cowards who say "Hindu and Muslims of sub-continent can co-exist".
     
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    No point in talking about this anymore... It has been discussed, debated, fought, argued to death....... I guess the new generation is kind of accepted the status quo..... Being a secular i was upset about the demolition ........ till i visited Mathura.......the birth place of lord krishna......
     
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    Master piece of Looting and converting temples into mosques.

    Preserve some anger for those lunatics also who have demolished 17000 temples in Kashmir and scores of temples in Pakistan.
     
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    Is there any project in which they are trying to replicate the mosque?
     
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    Most of the pics are photo shopped to push someones agenda...

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    The smoke does not merge well with the background...

    The person on the left has clear outline not mixing well with the background.

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    The babri masjid location issituated on top of a small hill...where as nothing of that sort is in there..

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    How come you have such a brilliant colored high density picture during 1949? More over the carving are of hindu sclupture not the islamic....

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    I doubt on this picture as well. ..As i remember seeing this mosque somewhere else.. let me find it out...if i get the actual location..will post it back..
     
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    lol destroyer of idols and temples are ur biggest and only hero .. so why feel bad when some one paid back in ur own coin .
     
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    A classic example of photoshop and poor reporting.

    This picture cannot be 1949 simply because color photography had not reached this levels by then.

    The second and more cogent reason is that this picture does not belong the Babri Masjid at all. Here is the original and a look at its description will speak for itself :

    Ayodhya: 20 years on | hindustantimes.com
    Check slide 9/13 in the slide show.

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    A woman looks at stone slabs earmarked for the construction of a Hindu temple at a workshop in Ayodhya. (AFP Photo)

    Now see how this simple picture has been twisted by the poster to may it appear as 1949 !!

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    I have noticed it too.. 1949 and the clarity of the picture.......not only that look at the first picture..... 1900!!!! and the clarity......... I ignored it, as i thought there is no point in discussing the subject atall.....
     
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    Since when did I support demolition of temples.
    I am blaming the Govt of India at that time which is not the Govt. for Hindus but also Muslims. They should have intervened, not doing so makes them culprit. This is the last hope for minorities in any democracy that Govt will protect their rights.
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    http://bangladeshchronicle.net/2017...tion-of-ram-mandir-start-arriving-in-ayodhya/

    Stones for Construction of Ram Mandir Start Arriving in Ayodhya

    June 19, 2017 | Filed under: South Asia | Posted by: The Bangladesh Chronicle
    Stones for Construction of Ram Mandir Start Arriving in Ayodhya
    By Arshad Afzaal Khan on 19/06/2017
    In a similar move in 2015, two truck loads of stones were brought in, but the then Samajwadi Party government banned any further import.
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    Stones arrive in Ayodhya.

    Ayodhya: Even as the dispute regarding the title in the Babri Masjid/Ramjanmabhoomi case remains pending before the Supreme Court, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has sped up its preparations for the construction of a Ram temple on the Babri site in Ayodhya.

    On cue with the VHP’s announcement that the mandir would be constructed by the year’s end, two truckloads of stones, to be used to build the temple, arrived in Ayodhya on Monday. This is to be followed by more than a hundred trucks in the next few days. The trucks have been unloaded at the VHP’s headquarters Karsewak Puram in the town.

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    Truckloads of stones for the building of the Ram mandir.

    At a high-level meeting of the VHP in June 2015 – attended by late leader Ashok Singhal – the radical Hindutva outfit had announced that it would run a nationwide drive to collect stones for the building of the mandir.

    Speaking to The Wire, senior VHP leader Triloki Nath Pandey said, “Today two truckloads of stones to be used in the Ram mandir have arrived from Bharatpur in Rajasthan, we need more than a hundred truckloads to give final shape to the proposed temple.”

    In a similar move a year and a half ago, on December 20, 2015, two truckloads of stones for the same purpose had been brought to Ayodhya. The then Samajwadi Party government in Uttar Pradesh promptly banned the entry of more stones, by denying the VHP ‘form 39’ of the commercial tax department, required for the import. But that impediment has been removed with Adityanath as chief minister

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    The trucks have been unloaded at the VHP’s headquarters Karsewak Puram in the city.

    “A month back we contacted the officer of the commercial tax department, he immediately issued the form 39 that they were holding since a year,” said Pandey, adding, “There is a BJP government in the state so now there is no hurdle in the way of the construction of the Ram mandir.”

    Reacting to this move by the VHP, Khaliq Ahmad Khan, who a party to the case from the side of the Babri masjid, said, “The arrival of stones is just to send out a message to voters that the saffron forces are serious about the construction of the Ram mandir. The arrival of stones or any other activity of the VHP will not affect any other sentiments as the matter is in the Supreme Court, and the title of the land is yet to be decided,” he said, adding, “We have faith in the Indian constitution and the Supreme Court of India.”

    Former vice chancellor of Lucknow University Roop Rekha Varma, said “As the Ayodhya issue is sub judice, such activities are illegal, and anti-national, and it may give rise to communal tension and disturb the peace and law and order, so the import of stones to Ayodhya in the name of the Ram mandir must be banned, and it is the responsibility of the state government to do so.”

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