Islamic Terrorism in India

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Muslims rampage, riot in Murshidabad, Hindus attacked, shops looted and burnt

Posted by jagoindia on July 12, 2009

Major Communal Riot In Murshidabad 12 Hindus Dead, Hundereds Injured Including Deputy Superintendentof Police

Within 10-15 minutes, thousands of Muslims led by the students of nearby Trimohini Madrasa rushed to the school. They attacked the school students, the big village market of Trimohini, and two Hindu villages Jhaubona and Trimohini. Many Hindu shops in the Trimohini market were burnt and looted. Many Hindu houses were burnt and looted in the villages Jhaubona and Darapara. In one house 4 Hindus died in the fire including one father and his daughter were burnt alive.

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According to police, they had to resort to firing a couple of rounds at Trimohini market, which claimed the lives of Khursheed Alam and Atarul Sheikh, both locals. Later, the body of one Madhab Mondol was recovered from near his residence in Jhaubona school. Another person, Najibur Sheikh, also a Jhaubona resident, who was injured in the clash died at Berhampur hospital on Saturday.

One Response to “Muslims rampage, riot in Murshidabad, Hindus attacked, shops looted and burnt”

  1. Mahendra Mathur said

    It is shameful that in India Hindus of a school which has only 50% Muslim students can be terrorized by Muslim mobs. If Pranab Mukerjee and the UPA govt does not come to the rescue of Hindus, the Hindus should take a leaf out of one Pakistani’s example (quoted below) and take matters in their own hands. But spread of Pakistan-creating teaching must stop.
    PESHAWAR: Six months ago, Fahimuddin was a Pakistani businessman and local councillor. Today he heads a private militia using rocket launchers, guns, grenades and daggers to repel militant attacks.
    Fed up with kidnappings, bombings and rising fears of militancy around Pakistan’s northwest city of Peshawar, the 40-year-old packed up a prosperous property business and took matters into his own hands.
    He formed a lashkar, a traditional militia raised by tribesmen in this part of the world for centuries, armed and mobilised temporarily to settle disputes.
    It’s a dangerous business. Fahimuddin says his men kill assailants. He says he survived two car bombs and escaped a kidnapping attempt, but nothing deters him from staying to flush out radicals.
    ‘How can I leave my family, my village and my children? I will fight all those who attack my village whether they are Taliban, Lashkar-e-Islam or anyone else,’ he said at his home in Bazed Khel where Peshawar runs into Khyber.

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