I hope the verdict, if it were, be that each society functioned according the prevalent norms of the time, but the people living today have nothing to do with what someone did in the past, even if you were to trace their direct descendants, how are they responsible? Why should some one point a finger at me for something Genghis Khan did, as I may have his genes.
Indeed, the same can be done in India, United States and elsewhere. Muhammad Ghazni needs to be sued, the terrorist King who had vandalized Hindu places of worship, robbed their wealth at Somnath temple, and there is a rumor out there that his thugs dug up graves of buried Hindus to take out a Silver coin left in their mouths at burial.
The Hindus (not all, but those who are stuck in history) continue to blame Muslims of today. No Muslim today is responsible for the acts of what the Kings did in the past.
I hope the verdict, if it were, be that, with the exception of a few, most of the Kings be declared thugs, be it Muslim, Hindu, Christian, Jewish, Zoroastrian, Buddhist, Pagan or otherwise. The bad boys had the following goals; to forcibly take over next door land, kill the king next door, rob others properties, take over other’s women… and further declaration that no individual living today is responsible for the acts of those kings.
Let’s free ourselves from the obsessive hatred for the other. Amen.
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