Hindu Group Argues Against Swastika Ban

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Robert Siegel talks with Ramesh Kallidai, secretary general of the Hindu Forum of Britain, about the group's campaign to redeem the swastika as a religious symbol. He points out that the swastika was a symbol of goodness for thousands of years before it was adopted by the Nazis.



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