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Jihad does not sell anymore: SIMI chief

Posted by jagoindia on June 30, 2008

Jihad does not sell anymore: SIMI chief
Anupam Dasgupta,
Monday, June 30, 2008  03:04 IST

Nagouri says he almost quit a few months back

MUMBAI: Jihadis are making little headway in garnering support for their cause among Muslims in the Indian mainstream. And the chief of the rump Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), Safdar Nagouri, is so disheartened by the lack of response that he recently startled police interrogators by telling them he had become disillusioned with the concept of jihad. He added that since the latter part of 2007 he had even been thinking of deserting SIMI.

Nagouri, along with his more hardline deputy Shibly Pedicaal Abdul, were arrested in Indore by the Madhya Pradesh police on March 27. The two are being interrogated by the Maharashtra anti-terrorism squad (ATS) and the intelligence agencies here on their involvement in the July 2006 Mumbai train bombings.

State ATS chief Hemant Karkare says “His interactions with ordinary Muslims may have had wrought these changes in his fundamentalist worldview. Nagouri got somewhat disenchanted with jihad and the Islamist cause around the later months of last year.”

According to ATS officials, the radical ideologue, who is linked to some of the deadliest terror hits around the country, now believes SIMI is losing its sway among Indian Muslims. Nagouri had conveyed his reading of the situation to the organisation no 2 and his chief recruiter Shibly.

“The splintering of the parent organisation and SIMI’s growing disconnect with the larger Muslim community may have shocked Nagouri,” said an intelligence official closely associated with the interrogation. Interrogators, however, found Shibly a much tougher nut to crack.

Officials quoted Nagouri as admitting that ordinary Muslims were averse to being indoctrinated and were found to have firmly pitted themselves against terrorism and the idea of a global jihad in the name of Islam.

“Nagouri and Shibly also detailed how their tailored attempts at recruiting young Muslims for jihad were frustrated by members of an ‘unwilling’ community,” said a senior intelligence official.

Security officials believe Nagouri’s confessions might go a long way in significantly altering popular perceptions about Indian Muslim youth being all too vulnerable to the processes of radicalisation.

However, records showed Nagouri had visited the city days ahead of the July 2006 blasts – also presiding over a couple of secret meetings attended by jihadist operatives of radical terror groups.

Security officials also asserted that SIMI had all along provided ready-made cadres to Pakistan-sponsored jihadi groups such as the Lashkar-e-Tayyaba and Jaish-e-Mohammad.

Posted in Indian Muslims, Jihad, SIMI, Terrorism | 3 Comments »

Distinguishing between real and phony Islamic moderation: Some useful questions

Posted by jagoindia on June 30, 2008

[Finding Moderate Muslims:] Do you believe in modernity?
by Daniel Pipes, Jerusalem Post, November 26, 2003

If militant Islam is the problem and moderate Islam is the solution, as I often argue, how does one differentiate between these two forms of Islam?

It’s a tough question, especially as concerns Muslims who live in Western countries. To understand just how tough it is, consider the case of Abdurahman Alamoudi, a prominent American figure associated with 16 Muslim organizations.

FBI spokesman Bill Carter described one of those, the American Muslim Council, as “the most mainstream Muslim group in the United States.” The Defense Department entrusted two of them (the Islamic Society of North America and the American Muslim Armed Forces and Veterans Council) to vet Islamic chaplains for the armed forces. The State Department thought so highly of Alamoudi, it six times hired him and sent him on all-expenses-paid trips to majority-Muslim countries to carry what it called “a message of religious tolerance.” Alamoudi’s admirers have publicly hailed him as a “moderate,” a “liberal Muslim,” and someone known “for his charitable support of battered women and a free health clinic.”

But this image of moderation collapsed recently when an Alamoudi-endorsed chaplain was arrested and charged with mishandling classified material; when Alamoudi himself was arrested on charges of illegal commerce with Libya; and when Alamoudi’s Palm Pilot was found to contain contact information on seven men designated by the United States government as global terrorists.

Distinguishing between real and phony moderation, obviously, is not a job for amateurs like US government officials.

The best way to discern moderation is by delving into the record – public and private, Internet and print, domestic and foreign – of an individual or institution. Such research is most productive with intellectuals, activists and imams, all of whom have a paper trail. With others, who lack a public record, it is necessary to ask questions. These need to be specific, as vague inquiries (“Is Islam a religion of peace?” “Do you condemn terrorism?”) have little value, depending as they do on definitions (of peace, terrorism).

Useful questions might include:

  • Violence: Do you condone or condemn the Palestinians, Chechens, and Kashmiris who give up their lives to kill enemy civilians? Will you condemn by name as terrorist groups such organizations as Abu Sayyaf, Al-Gama’a al-Islamiyya, Groupe Islamique Armée, Hamas, Harakat ul-Mujahidin, Hizbullah, Islamic Jihad, Jaish-e-Mohammed, Lashkar-e-Tayyiba, and al-Qaida?
  • Modernity: Should Muslim women have equal rights with men (for example, in inheritance shares or court testimony)? Is jihad, meaning a form of warfare, acceptable in today’s world? Do you accept the validity of other religions? Do Muslims have anything to learn from the West?
  • Secularism: Should non-Muslims enjoy completely equal civil rights with Muslims? May Muslims convert to other religions? May Muslim women marry non-Muslim men? Do you accept the laws of a majority non-Muslim government and unreservedly pledge allegiance to that government? Should the state impose religious observance, such as banning food service during Ramadan? When Islamic customs conflict with secular laws (e.g., covering the face for drivers’ license pictures), which should give way?
  • Islamic pluralism: Are Sufis and Shi’ites fully legitimate Muslims? Do you see Muslims who disagree with you as having fallen into unbelief? Is takfir (condemning fellow Muslims with whom one has disagreements as unbelievers) an acceptable practice?
  • Self-criticism: Do you accept the legitimacy of scholarly inquiry into the origins of Islam? Who was responsible for the 9/11 suicide hijackings?
  • Defense against militant Islam: Do you accept enhanced security measures to fight militant Islam, even if this means extra scrutiny of yourself (for example, at airline security)? Do you agree that institutions accused of funding terrorism should be shut down, or do you see this a symptom of bias?
  • Goals in the West: Do you accept that Western countries are majority-Christian and secular or do you seek to transform them into majority-Muslim countries ruled by Islamic law?

It is ideal if these questions are posed publicly – in the media or in front of an audience – thereby reducing the scope for dissimulation.

No single reply establishes a militant Islamic disposition (plenty of non-Muslim Europeans believe the Bush administration itself carried out the 9/11 attacks); and pretence is always a possibility, but these questions offer a good start to the vexing issue of separating enemy from friend.

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SIMI may shift to Goa and Maharashtra from BJP-ruled Karnataka

Posted by jagoindia on June 28, 2008

SIMI may shift to Goa from BJP-ruled Karnataka, ex-CM warns

With Bharatiya Janata party (BJP) government taking over the reigns in Karnataka, it is becoming unsafe for SIMI activists who are shifting their base to Goa and Maharashtra, Leader of Opposition Manohar Parrikar said today.

Parrikar told presspersons, quoting mediareports which has carried confession of SIMI activists arrested in Karnataka recently that “it is clearly mentioned that SIMI activists have named Goa as one of their operational area,” he said.

The BJP leader said his party’s rule in Karnataka is likely to weed out the SIMI activities forcing them to look for new grounds.

The former Chief Minister said the police have confirmed about activities of SIMI and certain elements having links with naxal-like organizations in the state.

He said though these activities have not reached a `dangerous level’ police needs to check them.

“There are certain sections which are trying to induce elements of extremism amongst the mining-hit villagers. They have links with certain outfits like naxalite movement,” Parrikar said.

Posted in BJP, Goa, Islamofascism, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Maoists/naxalites, SIMI, State, Terrorism | Leave a Comment »

U.S. Islamofascist group CAIR Seeks Visa Denial for Modi

Posted by jagoindia on June 27, 2008

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is claims to be a civil liberties and advocacy group for Muslims in North America. Is that all? Read more

Senator Charles Schumer (Democrat, New York) describes it as an organization “which we know has ties to terrorism.”[2] Senator Dick Durbin (Democrat, Illinois) observes that CAIR is “unusual in its extreme rhetoric and its associations with groups that are suspect.” Steven Pomerantz, the FBI’s former chief of counterterrorism, notes that “CAIR, its leaders, and its activities effectively give aid to international terrorist groups.” CAIR: Islamists Fooling the Establishment

U.S. Muslims Again Seek Visa Denial for Gujarat Massacre Figure

June 19, 2008

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today sent a letter to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice asking that an Indian official accused of complicity in the massacre of Muslim civilians in that nation again be denied a visa to travel to the U.S. Recent news reports indicate that supporters of Narendra Modi, chief minister of India’s state of Gujarat, hope to have him attend the upcoming second World Gujarati Conference in Edison, N.J., on August 29-31, 2008.

In 2005, CAIR partnered with the Indian Muslim Council-USA and the Coalition Against Genocide (CAG) to oppose Modi’s visa request to travel to the U.S. to speak at a convention in Florida. His request for a visa was denied.

In a letter to Secretary Rice, CAIR National Board Chairman Parvez Ahmed wrote in part “If a visa application is made for Chief Minister Modi, we request that it be denied on grounds similar to the Department of State’s visa denial in early 2005. Specifically, we request that if Modi requests a visa he be ruled inadmissible to the United States based on Section 604 of the International Religious Freedom Act, which bars entry to any foreign official who has engaged in ‘particularly severe violations of religious freedom.’”

CAIR, America’s largest Islamic civil liberties group, has 35 offices and chapters nationwide and in Canada. Its mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding. End


To know more about this phony moderate islamic group:go here

Council on American-Islamic Relations – Wikipedia

CAIR hits a new low of defamation

“Let there be no doubt that the Council on American-Islamic Relations is a terrorist supporting front organization that is partially fundedby terrorists, founded by terrorists, and that CAIR wishes nothing more than the implementation of Sharia Law in America” from

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Life in Kashmir in standstill, Hindus have no future?

Posted by jagoindia on June 27, 2008

Life in Kashmir in standstill, Hindus have no future?
MIL, Jun 26, 2008. Dr. Raj Baldev

New Delhi, India: June 26, 2008 – It seems that Hindus have no voice anywhere in this so-called democratic India, wherever the basic privileges are announced in their favor, the protests emerge against them. The govt.can’t think of even giving basic amenities to the Hindu pilgrims, how ridiculous!

Every year, thousands of Hindus visit Amarnath cave, considered one of the holiest shrines of the Hindu faith. They have no basic amenities on their way like toilets or to give some rest to the old pilgrims.

In absence of such amenities, the passages which the pilgrims use are normally affected by non regular toileting on their way and that created unhygienic environment.

In addition, the sick and old people used to suffer dreadfully in absence of any resting place where they could be given first aid or rest for a while to ease their fatigue. As a result of non hygienic conditions, the people have been urging the govt. to improve the passage by providing basic amenities of toilets and provide  pre-fabricated huts to meet the emergency of the old and the sick.

There has been a long outstanding demand from the public, the Hindu pilgrims, that some arrangement should be made to provide basic amenities to them like toilets and temporary pre-fabricated huts to help then on the way.

As a result of long outstanding demand to give basic facilities to the pilgrims, the state government decided to transfer around 40 hectares of forest land to the Shri Amarnath Shrine Board – the organization which organizes the pilgrimage.

As said, Hindus look to have no right to avail the
basic facilities in democratic India, at least in some parts, where they have their holy shrines. I don’t know who to blame?

The local environmentalists protested against the decision and local politicians joined them in opposing the issue, irrespective of showing any respect to the human values, emotional sentiments of the Hindu pilgrims or the human considerations, is it so that they are Hindus?

Since the protestors have no logical argument to oppose the issue, they started alleging that the transfer of land to the shrine board is part of a “conspiracy to settle non-local Hindus in the valley with a view to reducing the Muslims to a minority”.

Really it is unfortunate, where the question of their settlement arises. The govt. did not settle any Hindu in 50 years and now they would do it?

If this is the thinking of the people in Kashmir,it is unfortunate. They turned away thousands of Hindus Pundits from their valley, and they were protected and rehabilated by the Govt. in other states of the country.

They are now protesting against providing basic amenities to the Hindu pilgrims, blocking the way, shutting the shops in the valley and creating unending traffic jams not allowing the passengers to move about, all educational institutions are closed and normal business has come to a standstill. What’s this?

How much India aids to Jammu and Kashmir in which the tax ratio of the Hindus in India is more 80%. In other words, the financial aid that comes to this state from India, comprises substantial contribution from the Hindus, still they are denied even basic amenities in Kashmir while visiting their holy shrine.

Since political parties have no credibility of their loyalty, their loyalty is restricted to cheap publicity stunt and nothing else have also joined the protestors like National Conference and constituents of the governing coalition – the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and the Communist Party-Marxist (CPI-M); the former CM Mufti Mohammad Sayed has also demanded to revoke the transfer of land.

I really don’t know where India is going and how Kashmir is thinking? It is not a good sign of harmony?

Posted in Amarnath, Hindus, India, Islam, Islamofascism, Kashmir, Kashmir Pandits, State, Terrorism | 2 Comments »

Alarming Bangladeshi threat to Pune

Posted by jagoindia on June 25, 2008

Bangladesh connection: City’s terror links emerge yet again

Chandan Haygunde
Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Pune June 24: Contrary to public perception, Pune and terror are no strangers, with the first reported incident traced to 1986 – the assassination of General Arun Kumar Vaidya. Over the next two decades, the city’s terror links have blown hot and cold, whether it be the banned outfit Student Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), Pakistan’s Inter Services Intelligence or top naxals such as Kuru alias Amar Devender who was arrested in Pune last year, eliciting the response from Y Gangadhar, Superintendent of Police in Andhra Pradesh that “Ultras like Amar prefer to stay in Pune for maintaining anonymity.”
But the latest threat that Pune is facing is from Bangladesh. Since 2005, the district has witnessed the arrests of no less than 50 Bangladeshi intruders. The situation is alarming say intelligence agencies. The cycle blasts, that killed over 60 people in Jaipur last month, had pointed at the involvement of Harkatul Jihadi Islamia (HUJI), a Bangladesh-based militant group. And some of the suspects were working in construction firms.

“Considering the real estate boom in Pune we suspect a major flow of intruders from Bangladesh into the city. Initially the intruders come for work at construction sites, hotels and kiosks but later many of them get involved in fake currency rackets and flesh trade, money made from which is used by the terrorist organisations,” said an intelligence agency official. Now the fear is that terrorist outfits may use some of these intruders for spying and planning mass destruction activities.

Raghunath Khaire, Deputy Commissioner of Police (special branch), Pune said that his team is gathering intelligence about the intruders and the information about those who are arrested is being passed on to the Border Security Force. “We had repeatedly appealed the citizens to inform the police about the tenants who are new in the area. But the response has been poor,” he said.

A Bangladeshi intruder who was recently arrested told The Indian Express that it needs a mere Rs 3,000 for crossing the border and come to Pune.

Badal alias Thandu Himayat Shaikh (25) of Nodail district in Bangladesh and four more intruders including a woman were arrested by arrested by the Faraskhana police on June 16 at a brothel in Budhwar Peth with two minor girls, also from Bangladesh.

“We paid a bribe of Rs 1,400 per head to a Bangladeshi agent and Rs 900 to the security personnel on the Indo- Bangladesh border in West Bengal. I had come to Pune two years back with a group of labourers in Kolkata and worked on a construction site of a private company in Ghorpadi (a defence area),” he said.

Hemant Karkare, chief of state ATS said that the counterfeit currency racket that was earlier operated from Pakistan, has now shifted to Bangladesh for various reasons. “Pune is a city with huge floating population, educational facilities and increasing job opportunities. So, the existence of terrorist outfits here cannot be ruled out. And that is the reason we have an ATS unit in Pune,” he said.

Meanwhile, police sources said that counterfeit notes worth Rs 25 lakh have been seized in Pune and Mumbai in the last few months and the roots have been traced to Bangladesh.

Corroborating this, an intelligence agency officer said, “Cities like Pune, where banking and trade is flourishing, is certainly on their list.”

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Kashmir police clash with hundreds of Muslim protesters over Hindu land

Posted by jagoindia on June 24, 2008

Kashmir police clash with protesters over Hindu land
Mon Jun 23, 2008 8:56pm IST

SRINAGAR (Reuters) – Police in Srinagar fired tear gas and used batons on Monday to disperse hundreds of Muslim demonstrators protesting against a government decision to transfer forest land to a Hindu shrine trust.

Authorities last week said nearly 100 acres of forest land in Kashmir was being transferred to Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board (SASB) to erect temporary structures for thousands of pilgrims who annually trek to a cave shrine deep in the Himalayas.

“Don’t grab our land, we want freedom,” protesters shouted.

Police detained at least 50 protesters from different parts of Srinagar, witnesses said.

Around 250,000 Hindus fled the Kashmir valley after a separatist Muslim rebellion broke out in 1989. Only about 10,000 Hindus remain after years of violent insurgency in India’s only Muslim-majority region.

The protest was called by Kashmiri separatists who also say the fragile ecology of the mountainous region will be ruined by building “permanent” structures at base camps of the pilgrimage.

The government said the charge was misleading.

“The propaganda is unleashed by some people with vested interests … special measures were initiated keeping in view the environmental requirements,” S. K. Sinha, state’s governor and chief of SASB, said in a statement.

During the two-month-long pilgrimage, tens of thousands of devout Hindus walk and ride ponies to the cave, situated at an altitude of 3,800 meters (12,700 feet), to pray by an ice stalagmite they believe to be a symbol of Hindu god Lord Shiva.

The pilgrimage has been targeted several times by separatist militants.

Posted in Amarnath, Hindus, Indian Muslims, Islamofascism, Kashmir, Muslims, State, Terrorism | 2 Comments »

Pakistani Islamists call for renewed jihad

Posted by jagoindia on June 24, 2008

Pakistani Islamists call for renewed jihad
Praveen Swami, Friday, Jun 20, 2008

Religious right wants end to war against Taliban and new campaign against India

“By fighting the war on terror, we only compounded our miseries”

“Restore the trust of the Kashmiris by adhering to the policy of jihad”

NEW DELHI: Pakistan’s Islamist press has thrown its weight behind a group of mid-level and senior officers in the armed forces, who have been pressuring Chief of Army Staff Lieutenant-General Pervez Ashfaq Kiyani to terminate counter-terrorism operations in the North West Frontier Province and resume support for the jihad in Jammu and Kashmir.

Last week’s air-strike on a Pakistan border post in the Mohmand Agency, in which several soldiers were killed, led jihadist leaders and commentators to call an end to Islamabad’s cooperation with the United States and to demand that it wind down the détente process with India, which they claim is working to exterminate Pakistan.

Hafiz Mohammad Saeed, chief of the Lashkar-e-Taiba’s parent religious body, the Jamaat-ud-Dawa, called on June 12 for Pakistan to give a tit-for-tat reply to the United States. It could do this, he suggested, by dissociating itself from the war on terror and joining the mujahideen to fight in Afghanistan and Kashmir.

Saeed’s deputy and key Lashkar military tactician, Abdul Rehman Makki, speaking to a congregation at Islamabad’s Jamia Masjid Quba the same evening, went one step further, asking that the Pakistan government should snap ties with the U.S. and Europe and wage an open jihad against them.

In similar vein, the Daily Jasarat’s Friday Special released on the same day as Mr. Makki’s speech called for Pakistan to abandon the war on terror and concentrate on the liberation of Kashmir through jihad. “The money that the U.S. provides us for fighting the war on terror,” the newspaper editorially argued, “is nothing compared to the losses we have suffered. By fighting the war on terror, we only compounded our miseries.”
Hostility against India

Pakistani jihadists have been telling their audiences the jihad in Jammu and Kashmir is essential to the nation’s survival. Nawa-i-Waqt, for example, complained that India was seeking to choke Pakistan’s water sources, India has eaten the mother of our rivers Kashmir, it said. “We should stop talking peace with India, it proceeded, We should strengthen the mujahideen. We should wage jihad against India, otherwise it will turn Pakistan into a barren land.”

Positions like these are not new. Just last month, for example, Saeed claimed that the enemies of Islam are giving India unlimited resources so that it can construct dams on Pakistani rivers. He asserted that the Crusaders, the Jews, and the Hindus all have united against the Muslims, and launched the war on terror which is in fact a pretext to impose a horrible war to further the nefarious goals of the enemies of Islam.

Saeed demanded that Pakistani rulers should restore the trust of the Kashmiris by adhering to the policy of jihad. “Kashmir is not an integral part of India. It is an integral part of Pakistan! The nation will not allow the sacrifices of more than a hundred thousand Kashmiris to be disregarded and overlooked.”

Nida-i-Millat, another influential Islamist newspaper, called in its May 22, 2008, issue for an end to the growing popular culture exchanges which have characterised the détente process. So long as India does not end its “illegal occupation” of Kashmir, the newspaper said, there should be no trade, economic and cultural ties with it, a criticism of People’s Party of Pakistan chairman Asif Ali Zardari, who has made clear he wishes to enlarge bilateral trade and people-to-people contact independently of dialogue on the conflict.

India has been subjugating Kashmir for the last 60 years, the Nida-i-Millat argued, and is committing atrocities against our Kashmiri brothers. “Around 52 dams are being constructed on the waters of occupied Kashmir. This will turn our land into a barren desert. India is conspiring to destroy us, but we are importing their cheap culture.”
Targeted polemic

Islamist polemic of this type is targeted at mid-level officers in the Pakistan army, who have been worn down by their gruelling counter-terrorism campaigns in the North West Frontier Province. Products of the new-model army constructed during the regime of General Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq, with the aid of neoconservative religious organisations, many of the officers see themselves as guardians not just of the state of Pakistan, but Islam itself.
Tactical support

President Pervez Musharraf’s decision to side with the U.S. after the events of September 11, 2001, was seen as a betrayal of the anti-India, pro-jihad postures which bound the army to him during his coup against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Islamists within the Pakistan army also have the tactical support of influential old-school nationalists, including several retired Directors-General who believe President Musharraf’s policies have opened up existence-threatening fault-lines which can only be healed by an accommodation with the religious right.

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The Muslim’s first, second and third loyalties

Posted by jagoindia on June 24, 2008

Nationalism and sovereignty
By Prafull Goradia, June 29, 2008

To read full article go here

We are afflicted by two movements which are openly against the idea of national sovereignty. The first is Islam whose followers comprise 15 per cent of India’s population. The Muslim’s first, second and third loyalties are to Allah the Merciful, the Holy Prophet and to the ummah or the world community of his religion. In the words of Maulana Mohamed Ali, the Khilafat movement leader, we (Muslims) are not nationalists but super nationalists, and I as a Muslim say that God made man and Devil made the nation. Ali further said, he belonged to two circles of equal size which are not concentric – one is India and the other is the Muslim world (Gandhi by B.R. Nanda, OUP, page 390). The Khilafat maulanas had insisted and Gandhiji had conceded that the Muslim soldiers of the Indian army would not fight in the event India was invaded by a Muslim army. Early in the 20th century, a Russian inspired Afghan invasion across the Hindukush was considered a live threat. Long before its Pakistan resolution, the Muslim League had endorsed this principle that Muslim will not fight Muslim, no matter whose national he may be.

The second great threat to national sovereignty is the communist movement which considers the nation state an instrument of exploitation in the hands of the rich to keep down the poor. The communist manifesto exhorts the workers of the world to unite. The Internationale is the anthem of the movement. While the Left Front rules the three states of Kerala, Tripura and West Bengal, the Maoists are the violent vanguard of Marxism. And they have moved to some 200 or one-third of India’s districts.

The then undivided Communist Party of India had supported the League’s demand for Pakistan. For the rest of India, it had a two-fold prescription. First, to have an undivided Bengal with a Muslim premier; presumably so that Pakistan could have the whole of Bengal to support it rather than a part as it transpired in 1947. Secondly, to recognise 16 nationalities in the rest of India with each of them having the right to secede from the Union a la the Soviet constitution!

How can Ms Albright and her country ensconced between the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans expect other countries to allow their sovereignty to be overridden by disasters like Nargis or tsunami?

(The writer can be contacted at 145, Sunder Nagar, New Delhi-110 003.)

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Why Hindus do not riot in Pakistan

Posted by jagoindia on June 22, 2008

The reality of Pakistani Hindu Dhimmis and Riot

laddu, Apr 16, 2008,
Riots DO NOT OCCUR in Pakistan because the Hindoos simply do not have the ‘critical mass’ to participate in the riots at all and as a ‘subdued’ dhimmi they have no choice but to readily accept any violence over their religious place, temples, daughter, mothers or properties.

Just as momeens fear for allah’s wrath and his hell fires- hindu dhimmi fears for that single mistake that may cost him his life .
Please understand that riots occur because they are planned carefully in the’ politics-of-segregation’ that the dar-ul-harbic view of Islam perpetuates amongst muslims.
Can’t you see that Muslim-non-Muslim riots occur world wide in UK, Paris and so many countries where muslims have gathered together as the result of their dar-ul-harbic view of the non-muslim world. Hindus simply do not have the mass or ideology to undertake such an enterprise.

Pakistan is an Islamic land , and Hindu dhimmis have “NO” choice but to accept the rapes of their daughters and destruction of your property without any resistance.

So let me state that the reason why dhimmi hindoos of Pakistan always want to be “non-confrontational” and don’t stand up for their rights is only because they are afraid of the wrath of the momeen hordes.

That is why the 40 hindus from the factory are running scared than resisting the murder and lynching of Jagdish Kumar.

Thus, riots in Pakistan do not occur in Pakistan because Hindus simply do not have the type of ‘numerical-power’ and ‘ideological-resolve’ to resist like muslims have in India and elsewhere in the world.

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