Every other day, Muslims in India have to face some sort of social and online discrimination, if not get targeted physically.
"Dear Muslim, have you learnt to live with insults and prejudice?"
From the peephole, I suppose all Muslims would look the same to him. But, irrespective of who answers with what nobody has the right to pose this question. It's like pointing out to a wound on a person's face and asking, "Have you learnt to live with it?" If the LV really wants to know, and if he has the courage of his convictions, then he should be asking those who inflict the wound.
"How are you doing? Wait! Don’t tell me. I’ll guess."
"First, I’m sure you’re surprised at the use of just the word Muslim. More specifically at the absence of the word ‘Indian’ before it. I know. We reserve that only for you: ‘Indian Muslim’. We don’t say ‘Indian Gujarati’ or ‘Indian Christian’ or ‘Indian Parsi’."
"Do you fear us all? I would, if I were you...Even though it seems like there’s not many of us around, I should say that not all of us loathe you."
"Did you once feel like punching people in the mouth (I would have) and have you stopped feeling it now? How?"
"Do you feel protected when the Supreme Court fondles love jihad? Or when the high court belts out Vande Mataram? These things make me uneasy; do you feel something stronger, because they are aimed at you?"
"It has become unbearable, the thought of what we are doing to you. What must it be like to actually be you?"