@h_tejas The worst part of this whole thing is there was not really 2much of an issue before 91/92. It wasn't this rabid. Even worse, when the wakf board that owns the land suggested that an all-faiths hospital or school be set up at the spot, who do you think bayed nay! I remember even the SC urging that a common ground be accepted but No! Leave the Muslims aside, sane thinking Hindus are scared today
While the judgment strains to point out that the matter was not decided on faith, it places the onus on Muslims alone to prove exclusive possession of the site.
There is no similar expectation from the Hindu side.
@jamewils what IF masjid was not demolished ..based on today's judgement would SC have asked govt to demolish it to build the mandir ...
The #AyodhyaVerdict decides nothing about ancient history (that being the realm of historians). But it communicates quite clearly modern India's values and the permissibility of using mob violence against religious minorities. https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/rss-chief-welcomes-ayodhya-verdict-appeals-for-calm/articleshow/71981901.cms
So yeah, fuck you if your response is "I don't agree with the SC's verdict but I respect it". You are doing nothing but giving legitimacy to it.
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