Posted on August 15, 2008
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23 responses to “Independence Day Greetings for India”

  1. My hope is that the Fourth of July becomes a celebration less of the might of nations, and more of the possibility for freedom and friendship for which men and women who sacrifice their energy and sometimes their lives.

  2. Salman says:

    @ Akshaye,

    Two wrongs do not make it right. As others have stated, lets pray for peace and better understanding. Dialogue is a start and I have hope.

  3. Mujtaba says:

    I also pray for peace and friendship between India and Pakistan and also all over the world. When will we learn that violence and conflict only breeds more violence and conflict.

    It is times like these that test our conviction. Everyone talks of comittment to peace when things are going well, it is those who can stand by that conviction in bad times too who should be admired. Thank you Adil Najam for stressing that it is in these pressing times that our commitment to peace is most important. We can remain commited to peace without compromising on principles of justice, and that is what you have done.