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Europe or Eurabia?

Posted by jagoindia on November 26, 2008

Europe today is probably where India was in 1947 when muslims only comprised 7% of the population. Europeans can well look at India how will an advanced Eurobia look like — regular terrorist attacks, exploding Muslim population, confused and weak majority, politicians vying with each other for Muslim votes……

Europe or Eurabia?
by Daniel Pipes
The Australian
April 15, 2008

The future of Europe is in play. Will it turn into “Eurabia,” a part of the Muslim world? Will it remain the distinct cultural unit it has been over the last millennium? Or might there be some creative synthesis of the two civilizations?

The answer has vast importance. Europe may constitute a mere 7 percent of the world’s landmass but for five hundred years, 1450-1950, for good and ill, it was the global engine of change. How it develops in the future will affect all humanity, and especially daughter countries such as Australia which still retain close and important ties to the old continent.

I foresee potentially one of three paths for Europe: Muslims dominating, Muslims rejected, or harmonious integration.

(1) Muslim domination strikes some analysts as inevitable. Oriana Fallaci found that “Europe becomes more and more a province of Islam, a colony of Islam.” Mark Steyn argues that much of the Western world “will not survive the twenty-first century, and much of it will effectively disappear within our lifetimes, including many if not most European countries.” Such authors point to three factors leading to Europe’s Islamization: faith, demography, and a sense of heritage.

The secularism that predominates in Europe, especially among its elites, leads to alienation about the Judeo-Christian tradition, empty church pews, and a fascination with Islam. In complete contrast, Muslims display a religious fervor that translates into jihadi sensibility, a supremacism toward non-Muslims, and an expectation that Europe is waiting for conversion to Islam.

The contrast in faith also has demographic implications, with Christians having on average 1.4 children per woman, or about one third less than the number needed to maintain their population, and Muslims enjoying a dramatically higher, if falling, fertility rate. Amsterdam and Rotterdam are expected to be in about 2015 the first large majority-Muslim cities. Russia could become a Muslim-majority country in 2050. To employ enough workers to fund existing pension plans, Europe needs millions of immigrants and these tend to be disproportionately Muslim due to reasons of proximity, colonial ties, and the turmoil in majority-Muslim countries.

In addition, many Europeans no longer cherish their history, mores, and customs. Guilt about fascism, racism, and imperialism leave many with a sense that their own culture has less value than that of immigrants. Such self-disdain has direct implications for Muslim immigrants, for if Europeans shun their own ways, why should immigrants adopt them? When added to the already-existing Muslim hesitations over much that is Western, and especially what concerns sexuality, the result are Muslim populations that strongly resist assimilation.

The logic of this first path leads to Europe ultimately becoming an extension of North Africa.

(2) But the first path is not inevitable. Indigenous Europeans could resist it and as they make up 95 percent of the continent’s population, they can at any time reassert control, should they see Muslims posing a threat to a valued way of life.

This impulse can already be seen at work in the French anti-hijab legislation or in Geert Wilders’ film, Fitna. Anti-immigrant parties gain in strength; a potential nativist movement is taking shape across Europe, as political parties opposed to immigration focus increasingly on Islam and Muslims. These parties include the British National Party, Belgium’s Vlaamse Belang, France’s Front National, the Austrian Freedom Party, the Party for Freedom in the Netherlands, the Danish People’s Party, and the Swedish Democrats.

They will likely continue to grow as immigration surges ever higher, with mainstream parties paying and expropriating their anti-Islamic message. Should nationalist parties gain power, they will likely seek to reject multiculturalism, cut back on immigration, encourage repatriation of immigrants, support Christian institutions, increase indigenous European birthrates, and broadly attempt to re-establish traditional ways.

Muslim alarm will likely follow. American author Ralph Peters sketches a scenario in which “U.S. Navy ships are at anchor and U.S. Marines have gone ashore at Brest, Bremerhaven or Bari to guarantee the safe evacuation of Europe’s Muslims.” Peters concludes that because of European’s “ineradicable viciousness,” its Muslims “are living on borrowed time” As Europeans have “perfected genocide and ethnic cleansing,” Muslims, he predicts, “will be lucky just to be deported,” rather than killed. Indeed, Muslims worry about just such a fate; since the 1980s, they have spoken overtly about Muslims being sent to gas chambers.

Violence by indigenous Europeans cannot be precluded but nationalist efforts will more likely take place less violently; if any one is likely to initiate violence, it is the Muslims. They have already engaged in many acts of violence and seem to be spoiling for more. Surveys indicate, for instance, that about 5 percent of British Muslims endorse the 7/7 transport bombings. In brief, a European reassertion will likely lead to on-going civil strife, perhaps a more lethal version of the fall 2005 riots in France.

(3) The ideal outcome has indigenous Europeans and immigrant Muslims finding a way to live together harmoniously and create a new synthesis. A 1991 study, La France, une chance pour l’Islam (France, an Opportunity for Islam) by Jeanne-Hélène Kaltenbach and Pierre Patrick Kaltenbach promoted this idealistic approach. Despite all, this optimism remains the conventional wisdom, as suggested by an Economist leader of 2006 that concluded that dismissed for the moment at least, the prospect of Eurabia as “scaremongering.”

This is the view of most politicians, journalists, and academics but it has little basis in reality. Yes indigenous Europeans could yet rediscover their Christian faith, make more babies, and again cherish their heritage. Yes, they could encourage non-Muslim immigration and acculturate Muslims already living in Europe. Yes, Muslim could accept historic Europe. But not only are such developments not now underway, their prospects are dim. In particular, young Muslims are cultivating grievances and nursing ambitions at odds with their neighbors.

One can virtually dismiss from consideration the prospect of Muslims accepting historic Europe and integrating within it. U.S. columnist Dennis Prager agrees: “It is difficult to imagine any other future scenario for Western Europe than its becoming Islamicized or having a civil war.”

But which of those two remaining paths will the continent take? Forecasting is difficult because crisis has not yet struck. But it may not be far off. Within a decade perhaps, the continent’s evolution will become clear as the Europe-Muslim relationship takes shape.

The unprecedented nature of Europe’s situation also renders a forecast exceedingly difficult. Never in history has a major civilization peaceably dissolved, nor has a people ever risen to reclaim its patrimony. Europe’s unique circumstances make them difficult to comprehend, tempting to overlook, and virtually impossible to predict. With Europe, we all enter into terra incognita.

Mr. Pipes is director of the Middle East Forum and Taube/Diller distinguished visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution of Stanford University. He is in Australia for the Intelligence Squared debate to take place this evening in Sydney. This article derives from a talk he delivered yesterday to the Quadrant.

Apr. 26, 2008 update: Alain Jean-Mairet, my translator into French, replies to the above with an even more pessimistic analysis at “Ni Europe ni Eurabia — la pagaille” (“Niether Europe nor Eurabia, but a mess”).


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Muslims concerns are secular and Hindus concerns are communal – Pseudosecularism in India

Posted by jagoindia on October 3, 2008

pseudo secular UPA & congress
by Ramesh on Sep 26, 2008 11:49 AM

* Sikhs getting slaughtered in thousands was only a big mistake; Hindus getting killed in Kashmir is a grave political problem ;

* Muslims getting killed by a few hundred is no less than a holocaust ; Poor protesters getting shot in West Bengal under Left Govt is just a plain misunderstanding;

* Banning Parzania in Gujarat was Communal; on the same time Banning Da Vinci Code was indeed Secular;

* Kargil attack was Government failure; Chinese invasion in 1962 was just an unfortunate Betrayal;

* Reservation in every school and college on caste lines strengthen Secularism; Reservations in minority institutions is Communal;

* Fake encounters in Gujarat [Sohrabuddin] was Modi sponsored BJP Communalism; Fake encounters under Cong-NCP in Maharashtra [Khwaja Younus] was only an instance of Police atrocity;

* Talking about Hindus and Hindu appeasement is dangerous and Communal; Talking about Muslims and Islam is Secular;

* BJP freeing 3 terrorists to save Indian hostages was Shameful; Freeing 4 militants to save the life of the daughter of a minister [Rubina Sayed] was a Natural Political dilemma;

* Attack on Parliament was the result of BJP ineptitude; Not hanging Afzal Guru,the mastermind despite Supreme Court orders is due to Humanity and Political dilemma;

* BJP questioning any religion is communal; Congress questioning Lord Rama existence was simply a Clerical Error.

Is there any end to Congress and it a shameless hypocrisy ?

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Ahmedabad Muslims torch Goddess picture, attack Hindu temple

Posted by jagoindia on September 17, 2008

Another instance of Islam in action. And the muslim loving pseudo secular press will never report these news items.

Click this article and photo of 20 August, deshgujarat here


Even in 2002 riots Muslims did not touch a single Hindu temple, but this time in Shahpur riot Muslims have dared to vandalize a small but old Hindu temple near Golvad circle. Muslims even torched Hindu Goddesses’ pictures and ‘Chundadi’ a holy piece of textile. Police commissioner himself had to rush to the place. Police fired 23 shells of tear gas on crowds. Earlier on Monday police had to fire 29 tear gas shells and 5 rounds of bullets to suppress Muslim rioters. Unquote

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Islamists using YouTube to promote Islamic terrorism in India

Posted by jagoindia on September 2, 2008

One such video is here

Gujarat nudges out Kashmir on YouTube
7 Aug 2008, 0112 hrs IST, Himanshu Kaushik,TNN

AHMEDABAD: Gory visuals of the post-Godhra riots of 2002 are all over YouTube , along with messages of revenge.

One such clip ‘The Making of a Muslim Terrorist’ has the interview of a small boy who goes on to describe how a mob attacked houses, killed men and stripped women.

The 20-minute video, which instigates youth to become terrorists, has had nearly 90,000 hits. Another video titled ‘Attack on Islam by Hindus’ shows people wearing saffron bandanas on a rampage. Also featured are speeches of Hindutva leaders spewing venom against Muslims.

A five-part video titled ‘Hindu Extremists Killing Minorities In India’ has had nearly 10,000 hits and has been by a user identified as ‘longlivepakistan1’. It has numerous interviews of victims of the riots along with shots of the most affected areas.

Over 150-odd videos on Gujarat riots under titles like ‘Genocide of Gujarat’, ‘Gujarat Riots’ etc have been listed on YouTube .

A senior police official said these videos attempt to shift focus of ‘jehad’ from Kashmir to Gujarat. In comparison to Gujarat, clips on Kashmir are far too few. End

Also click Islamic Terrorists Using YouTube to Spread Propaganda

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Pakistan MP defends act of burying 5 women buried alive

Posted by jagoindia on September 1, 2008

5 women buried alive in Pak, MP defends act
1 Sep 2008, 0007 hrs IST,AP

ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani lawmaker defended a decision by southwestern tribesmen to bury five women alive because they wanted to choose their own husbands, telling stunned members of parliament this week to spare him their outrage.

“These are centuries-old traditions and I will continue to defend them,” Israr Ullah Zehri, who represents Baluchistan province, said on Saturday. “Only those who indulge in immoral acts should be afraid.”

The women, three of them teenagers, were shot and then thrown into a ditch. They were still breathing as their bodies were covered with rocks and mud, according to reports, which said their only ‘crime’ was that they wished to marry men of their choosing.  End

From the Dawn, Pakistani Newspaper

Burying of women alive defended in Senate
By Ahmed Hassan

ISLAMABAD, Aug 29: Balochistan Senator Sardar Israrullah Zehri stunned the upper house on Friday when he defended the recent incident of burying alive three teenage girls and two women in his province, saying it was part of “our tribal custom.”

Senator Bibi Yasmin Shah of the PML-Q raised the issue citing a newspaper report that the girls, three of them aged between 16 and 18 years, had been buried alive a month ago for wishing to marry of their own will.

The barbaric incident took place in a remote village of Jafarabad district and a PPP minister and some other influential people were reported to have been involved. The report accused the provincial government of trying to hush up the issue.

Ms Shah said that the hapless girls and the women were first shot in the name of honour and then buried while they were alive. She also said that no criminal had been arrested so far.

Acting Chairman of Senate Jan Mohammad Jamali, who was presiding over the session, said: “Yasmin Shah should go to our society and see for herself what the situation is like there and then come back to raise such questions in the house.”

Maulana Ghafoor Haideri of the JUI-F said there was no tradition of burying women alive in Baloch society because it was against Islam’s teachings.

Jamal Leghari of PML-Q emphatically stated that there was no custom of burying people alive, adding that the Baloch people did not believe in it.

Senator Jan Jamali commented: “This is a provincial matter and it is being investigated at the provincial level and let us wait for the report of the investigation.” Leader of the Opposition Kamil Ali Agha accused the Balochistan government of ignoring the incident and said no jirga could order the burying of women alive and no law allowed anyone to commit such a crime and go unpunished. He urged the government to punish the people involved in it.

Leader of the House Mian Raza Rabbani said: “We condemn the heinous act and assure the house that a complete report on the incident would be submitted on Monday.” End
From The Asian Human Rights Commission
PAKISTAN: Five women buried alive, allegedly by the brother of a minister

The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has received information from a remote area of Balochistan province, that five women were buried alive, allegedly by the younger brother of Mr. Sadiq Umrani, the provincial minister and a prominent leader of the Pakistan People’s Party, the ruling party. However, police have still not arrested the perpetrators after one month of the incident.


The Umrani tribe is mainly concentrated in the Jafarabad and Naseerabad districts of Balochistan provice that are about 300 kilometers from Quetta city, the provincial capital. Mr. Sadiq Umrani, the provincial minister for housing and construction, was elected to the Balochistan Assembly in the February 18, 2008 elections from Dera the Murad Jamali constituency of district Naseerabad.

It is believed that due to the influence of the minister and his brother the incident was not reported in the media.

According to the information received, five women were Ms. Fatima, wife of Umeed Ali Umrani, Jannat Bibi, wife of Qaiser Khan, Fauzia, daughter of Ata Mohammad Umrani, and two other girls, aged between 16 to 18 years. They were at the house of Mr. Chandio at Baba Kot village and to leave for a civil court at Usta Mohammad, district Jafarabad, so that three of the girls could marry the men of their choice. Their decision to have marriage in court was the result of several days of discussions with the elders of the tribe who refused them permission to marry. The names of two younger girls were not ascertained because of strong control of tribal leaders in the area.

As the news of their plans leaked out, Mr. Abdul Sattar Umrani, a brother of the minister, came with more than six persons and abducted them at gun points. They were taken in a Land Cruiser jeep, bearing a registration number plate of the Balochistan government, to another remote area, Nau Abadi, in the vicinity of Baba Kot. After reaching the deserted area of Nau Abadi, Abdul Sattar Umrani and his six companions took the three younger women out of the jeep and beat them before allegedly opening fire with their guns. The girls were seriously injured but were still alive at that moment. Sattar Umrani and his accomplices hurled them into a wide ditch and covered them with earth and stones. The two older women were an aunt of Fauzia and the other, the mother of one minor. When they protested and tried to stop the burial of the minors that were plainly alive, the attackers were so angry that they also pushed them into the ditch and buried all alive. After completing the burial, they fired several shots into to the air so that no one would come close.

The minors were educated and were studying in classes from 10 to 12. They were punished for trying to decide about their marriages.

After one month the police have still not registered the case and it is difficult to get more detailed information. The provincial minister is so powerful that police are reluctant to provide details on the murder. When the AHRC contacted Mr. Sadiq Umrani, provincial minister, he confirmed the incident by saying that only three women had been killed by unknown persons. He denied his or his brother’s involvement. He went on to say that the police will not disclose any information about the case as to do so now would be implicate themselves. However, concerned officers of two different police stations have confirmed the incident and explained that no one is providing any information. Also as they could not find the graves of the victims it is difficult to register the case. The victim’s family members have since left the place and their whereabouts are unknown.

The alleged perpetrator, Mr. Abdul Sattar Umrani, the brother of the provincial minister, was also involved in murder of three persons, including one young woman, in January 2006. That case was similar in that a school teacher, Mr. Mohammad Aslam, was going with his lover in a taxi to a civil court to court marry. The perpetrators stopped them at Manjo Shori, sub district Tumboo, District Naseerabad and killed all three persons by gun fire. The dead included the taxi driver, Mr. Jabal Aidee. The police were unable to institute a murder case for five months until the intervention of Mr. Iftekhar Choudhry, the deposed Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and also the deputy speaker of Senate. But only one person was arrested and the perpetrator Abdul Sattar Umrani remained at large.

For additional information on this barbaric practice from Pakistan click here:  Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC)

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Fake Shankaracharya loved by the Muslims, Christians and Communists

Posted by jagoindia on August 27, 2008

India Today, October 14, 2002

Monk With a Motive

Even a court order on his dubious status does not deter a loud-mouthed swami from launching an anti-Hindu tirade. India Today’s Uday Mahurkar explains why.

In the true Hindu tradition it is said that a monk has to have
amrutvani (sweet voice). In the case of Swami Adhokshajanand Tirth, a self-proclaimed monk, the opposite may be the case. When he speaks about his rivals, words like kamine (rogue) and laffange (scoundrel) come easy to his lips. He is a favourite of not just the Congress, the communists and other sundry secularists but also, as the BJP gleefully points out, of
the Hurriyat Conference in Kashmir. Strangely enough, for a
Sankaracharya he has even won praise from Pakistani newspapers like The Nation.

The 32-year-old Adhokshajanand claims to be the true Shankaracharya of the Govardhan math in Puri but an Orissa High Court order has asked him to stay away from one km radius of the math. After dubbing the RSS and the VHP as terrorist organisations, he has now pitched a tent in Vaasan, the native village of Gujarat Congress chief Shankarsinh Vaghela who is trying to take over from Narendra Modi as chief minister. Politics, it seems, is in this swami’s blood.

Adhokshajanand says he decided, of his own accord, to observe
chaturmas—the four months (mid-July to mid-November) of the Hindu calender during which the devout offer penance by fasting-in Vaasan. But the buzz is that he is there at Vaghela’s behest. He is expected to launch a “Shanti Yatra” after chaturmas to supplement Vaghela’s strategy to the counter the BJP with his brand of “soft” saffron. “I am not one of those babas who will flee. I will punish kukarmis (sinners) who have destroyed peace in Gujarat,” he thunders, waving his stick. “Modi, Pravin Togadia, Ashok Singhal—everyone will be punished for their crimes in the court of religion.” Though the monk has been campaigning in Vaasan for some time now, the spotlight turned on him only last week for two reasons. P.N. Mishra, personal advisor of Swami Nischalandji who has been recognised as
the real Shankaracharya of Puri by the Orissa High Court, filed a police case against the swami for propagating himself as the math head despite the court ruling. The second reason is the obvious indications Adhokshajanand has been giving of the role he will play in the elections. He has used every available platform to lash out at RSS-backed outfits.

At one such function sponsored by the Congress-ruled Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC), he was honoured by, among others, Vaghela and Mayor Himmatsinh Patel. In the complaint, the monk is called a trickster, an anti-national and is charged with having links with ISI-sponsored organisations. Says Mishra, a Kolkata-based lawyer: “The investigation agencies should probe his source
of funds. That will bring out the truth.” But the swami is unfazed.
“Nischalanand is a Shikhandi of the VHP and its cohorts who are
as much terrorists as the ones in Kashmir or Palestine. They are
levelling charges through him,” he says. “Their single-point programme is to discredit me because I am exposing their deeds.”
The company that the controversial monk keeps indeed raises
eyebrows. Before he went to Kashmir last year, he alleged that the Indian Government was trying to prevent his visit “because it did not want the rest of India to know about the true situation in Kashmir”. Once there, he said, “I am shocked by the situation in the Valley where innocent people are being killed and the modesty of sisters and daughter isn’t safe.” He also endorsed
the Hurriyat’s charge of atrocities by security personnel and lashed out at Delhi for not starting a dialogue with the separatists. He also visited the homes of Kashmiri terrorists killed by security forces. His stand on Kashmir and other issues is penned in his publication Paigam-Rahbar where he calls Palestinian terrorists as freedom fighters and Israel a “terrorist state”. On Kashmir, he justifies his stand saying, “Whenever a voice is being raised against injustice to Kashmiris I will support it. A criminal is a criminal whether a Hindu or a Muslim.” Such actions and statements have ensured him the support of rabidly anti-national outfits in the Valley. While he uses the choicest epithets for Hindutva elements, he is unusually soft while talking about Muslim fundamentalists, prompting his rivals to ask
whether “he is saint of the Hindus or the Islamic radicals”. Says Togadia, international general secretary of the VHP: “The VHP speaks against any Hindu saint when we disagree with him, but our ultimate aim is Hindu unity. Adhokshajanand is a big fraud.
He is serving the political interests of anti-Hindu politicians.” Thus, on the Godhra massacre, for instance, the monk’s view should warm the cockles of secularists and Muslim organisations, not to speak of Pakistani fundamentalists. “It is the VHP which killed the ramsevaks in Godhra in order to trigger a Hindu wave. After they lost in Uttar Pradesh, they had no option but to resort to such tactics.” Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Toiba founder Hafiz Saiyad had levelled the same charge in an article he wrote recently. Vaghela too parroted the same charge until a worried Congress leadership, fearing a Hindu backlash, asked him to stop. Says Vaghela: “I didn’t invite Adhokshajanand to Gujarat. He came on his own. If he is willing to join the battle against the VHP and the Hindutva bodies, why should we shun him?” For one muddying the electoral waters in Gujarat, Adhokshajanand’s origins lie in the distant Fatehpur district of Uttar Pradesh. He studied Sanskrit in Kashi and ended up in the inner circle of known VHP baiter and Congress supporter Mahant Gyandas of Hanumangarhi in Ayodhya. In the mid-1990s when the then prime minister P.V. Narasimha Rao was trying to raise an alternative Hindu leadership, his emissary N.K. Sharma spotted Adhokshajanand. Soon, he was declared the Puri Shankaracharya by the Vidvat Parishad, a Kashi-based body, though Nischalanand was given that status by his predecessor Niranjandev Tirth in the early 1990s. It was, however, only after Niranjandev’s death in 1996 that Adhokshajanand made a claim to the math. He claims, “I was declared Shankaracharya by Guru Niranjandev Tirthji before he passed away.”

Last March, when the Shankaracharya of Kanchi Peeth,
Jayendra Saraswati, offered to mediate on the Ayodhya tangle, Adhokshajanand dubbed him a VHP-tilting saint. And in July at a symposium in Washington organised by the Policy Institute for Religion and State, he earned the ire of a large number of NRIs when he lashed out at Hindutva organisations. Incidentally,
the institute had sent a formal invitation to him addressed as
“the Shankaracharya of Puri, one of the four supreme heads of the Hindu religion” even though the court order has asked him to keep a distance from the math. Once the Gujarat elections are over, Adhokshajanand plans to visit the US again. “I am going to spread my message against these Hindu rogues,” he says. If the State Department is alert, perhaps it will notice that a recent entry in the self-styled swami’s passport shows a visit to Tripoli, where he was a guest of the Libyan despot Mohammed Gaddafi.

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Koran: Kafir is hated, mocked, raped, punished…

Posted by jagoindia on August 24, 2008

source: KAFIR

Kafir is what the Koran and Islam call the unbelievers. Kafir is the worst word in the human language.

The Koran defines the kafir and says that the kafir is:

Hated- 40:35 They who dispute the signs of Allah [kafirs] without authority having reached them are greatly hated by Allah and the believers. So Allah seals up every arrogant, disdainful heart. and despised by Allah.

Mocked– 83:34 On that day the faithful will mock the kafirs, while they sit on bridal couches and watch them. Should not the kafirs be paid back for what they did?

Punished– 25:77 Say to the kafirs: My Lord does not care for you or your prayers. You have rejected the truth, so sooner or later, a punishment will come.

Beheaded– 47:4 When you encounter the kafirs on the battlefield, cut off their heads until you have thor-oughly defeated them and then take the prisoners and tie them up firmly.

Confused– 6:25 Some among them listen to you [Mohammed], but We have cast veils over their [kafirs] hearts and a heaviness to their ears so that they cannot understand our signs [the Koran].

Plotted against– 86:15 They plot and scheme against you [Mohammed], and I plot and scheme against them. Therefore, deal calmly with the kafirs and leave them alone for a while.

Terrorized– 8:12 Then your Lord spoke to His angels and said, “I will be with you. Give strength to the believers. I will send terror into the kafirs’ hearts, cut off their heads and even the tips of their fin-gers!”

Annihilated– 6:45 So the kafirs were annihilated. All praise be to Allah, the Lord of the worlds.

Killed– 4:91 If they do not keep away from you or offer you peace or withdraw their hostilities, then seize them and kill them wherever they are. We give you complete authority over them.

Crucified– 5:33 The only reward for those who war against Allah and His messengers and strive to com-mit mischief on the earth is that they will be slain or crucified, have their alternate hands and feet cut off, or be banished from the land. This will be their disgrace in this world, and a great torment shall be theirs in the next except those who repent before you overpower them. Know that Allah is forgiving and merciful.

Made war on– 9:29 Make war on those who have received the Scriptures [Jews and Christians] but do not believe in Allah or in the Last Day. They do not forbid what Allah and His Messenger have forbidden. The Christians and Jews do not follow the religion of truth until they submit and pay the poll tax [jizya], and they are humiliated.

A Muslim is not the friend of a kafir– 3:28 Believers should not take kafirs as friends in preference to other believers. Those who do this will have none of Allah’s protection and will only have themselves as guards. Allah warns you to fear Him for all will return to Him.

A kafir is ignorant- 6:111 Even if We had sent down the angels to them [kafirs], the dead had spoken to them, and We had gathered all things before their eyes, they would not believe unless Allah had willed it, but most of them are ignorant.

Evil– 23:97 And say: Oh my Lord! I seek refuge with You from the suggestions of the evil ones [kafirs]. And I seek refuge with you, my Lord, from their presence.

Disgraced– 37:18 Tell them, “Yes! And you [kafirs] will be disgraced.” a partner of Satan 25:55 And still they worship others besides Allah who can neither help nor hurt them. The kafir is Satan’s ally against Allah. Unclean- 9:28 Oh, believers, only the kafirs are unclean.

Cursed– 33:60 They [kafirs] will be cursed, and wherever they are found, they will be seized and mur-dered. It was Allah’s same practice with those who came before them, and you will find no change in Allah’s ways.

Stolen from– Bukhari 5,59,537 On the day of Khaybar, Allah’s Apostle divided the spoils of war of Khaybar with the ratio of two shares for the horse and one share for the foot soldier.

Raped– Ishaq 759 [Mohammed’s official biography] On the occasion of Khaybar, Mohammed put forth new orders about forcing sex with captive women. If the woman was pregnant she was not to be used for sex until after the birth of the child. Nor were any women to be used for sex who were unclean with regard to Muslim laws about menstruation.

Christians and Jews are infidels, but infidels are kafirs, too. Polytheists are Hindus, but they are also kafirs. The terms infidel and polytheist are religious words. Only the word “kafir” shows the common political treatment of Christian, Jew, Hindu, Buddhist, animist, atheist and humanist.

The word kafir should be used instead of “unbeliever”, the standard word. Unbeliever is a neutral term. The Koran defines the kafir and kafir is not a neutral word. A kafir is not merely someone who does not agree with Islam, but a kafir is evil, disgusting, the lowest form of life. Kafirs can be tortured, killed, lied to and cheated. So the usual word “unbeliever” does not reflect the political reality of Islam.

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Prisoners from Pakistan do not wish to go back

Posted by jagoindia on August 22, 2008

Prisoners from Pak, at home in Tihar
New Delhi, Aug. 20: Most Pakistani prisoners in Tihar have told a delegation from their country they are happy to be where they are and won’t like to return home.

The team of four judges, part of an eight-member Indo-Pak judicial committee, has been touring jails in India to try and speed up the release of prisoners from that country.

“Yes, most Pakistani prisoners in Tihar refused to be deported. They said they were happy here and wanted to stay on in India if they are released,” said an embarrassed member of the team after their visit yesterday.

Tihar officials confirmed that most of the 63 Pakistani nationals had told the delegation they were not keen to go back home and that their names should not be included in the list of possible release cases. Most of them have been lodged here for the past two years.

A senior jail official said most of the inmates who snubbed the Pakistani team were Gohar Shahis, a sect culturally close to Hinduism. “They claimed they face torture in Pakistan and had entered India to escape the ordeal. In fact, they were arrested for burning their passports.”

But it is unlikely that the prisoners will be allowed to stay forever.

“They have to be deported because they are illegal migrants. They have not given us any trouble and have been active participants in all jail activities, but we have no option (but to deport),” the official said. The prisoners were denied asylum in India two years ago.

No member of the delegation was prepared to comment on what the Pakistani inmates had told them but they appeared happy with the living conditions of the prisoners. “We saw Pakistani prisoners happy and healthy. They hadn’t been tortured and showed no signs of mental illness,” said Justice Nazir Ahmed Zahid.

Earlier, on Monday, the members had met 54 Pakistani citizens lodged in Amritsar Central Jail. They verified the antecedents of 12 of them to ensure they could be freed quickly, a spokesman for the delegation said.

Recommendations were made for the immediate release of a woman and her one-and-a-half-year-old daughter. The woman was pregnant when she was arrested while crossing over to India. The baby was born in the jail.

Arrangements were made to give some of the Amritsar prisoners consular access and to get their credentials checked by calling their relatives in Pakistan.

Justice Zahid said the delegation would also meet Pakistanis lodged in a Jaipur jail before leaving for home.

In June, an Indian delegation had visited prisoners in Pakistan.

A joint statement will be issued at the end of the Pakistani delegation’s visit.

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Haywood, not spy but part of Christian conversion terror

Posted by jagoindia on August 21, 2008

Muslim extremists and Christian missionary terror are two sides of the same coin, part of the intolerant abrahamic cult. The only difference is Islam is upfront about their hatred for non-believers,  Christian evangelists work on the sly, deception, being their main tool.

Their aggressions in India are well recorded in this Crusade watch india and this Christian aggression in India Website

Kenneth Haywood flew because he thought all his devious tactics will come out during the narco tests.

No spy, Haywood had a ‘missionary connection’
Sumon K Chakrabarti / CNN-IBN
Published on Wed, Aug 20, 2008 at 21:02

MYSTERIOUS GUEST: Sources say Ken Haywood apparently had a missionary connection.

New Delhi: The American whose e-mail was allegedly hacked into by terrorists to send an e-mail just five minutes before the deadly Ahmedabad blasts was apparently innocent.

Intelligence sources confirm that he was cleared of any wrongdoing during the investigation and permission to let him go came from the highest levels of security.

CNN-IBN has also learnt that Ken Haywood had a missionary connection and “human error” is now being cited to avoid futher controversy

“He was scared of the narco-test and was insistent that he shouldn’t be made to go through it,” says Haywood’s friend and lawyer, Vishal Moreshwar.

Yet, questions are still being raised as to how he was allowed to leave despite a lookout notice against him. Investigations in Mumbai has shown that Hayood was doing much more in India than was required of his job in a US company in India, Campbell White.

Haywood worked actively for a Christian cult called Christian Fellowship Ministries. It’s being suspected that his company was also a front for missionary funding

Sources in Delhi say that Haywood was in a hurry to get out of India because he did not want to face any questions about his missionary activities during an impending narco-analysis test.

Haywood spoke exclusively to CNN-IBN and cleared air about reports that he is a spy.

“I have never been affiliated with any intelligence agency of any nation in any capacity,” he said. End

Kenneth Haywood flees, but mystery stays
Matthew Schneeberger
August 20, 2008 20:43 IST,

Business Process Outsourcing, Information Technology, Executive Training, Multi-National  Corporations – all buzzwords associated with the influx of expatriates living and working in Mumbai, Delhi [Images], Bangalore and elsewhere
in booming India.

So, in late July, when the masterminds behind the Ahmedabad serial blasts sent threatening e-mails from the wi-fi laptop network of American expatriate Kenneth Haywood, a Navi Mumbai-based ‘executive at a multinational corporation’, many didn’t give his background a second glance, assuming him to be one of the firangs we’ve heard so much about.

Till his sudden flight back to the US over the weekend, even as security agencies scramble to figure out how he beat the airport alert and fled the country, Haywood was dismissed as an innocent if unfortunate bystander, just another victim caught up in India’s seemingly growing web of terror. Till his unusual departure Haywood co-operated with the authorities and gave a full round of interviews in the immediate wake of the incident, further dampening suspicion.

After all, his story — that he was in India as part of a two-year contract with a multinational firm and that he has “20 years of experience in hands-on corporate training and held senior positions with Fortune 500 companies” — was easily believable.

About his wi-fi connection’s hacking, he said his wife had previously seen someone climbing about the roof of their building, that the technician who set up his web connection had recommended he not change his default password and that he had already complained about excessively high browsing bills. On its face, this also makes sense: The man’s network had been hacked.

But Haywood’s unorthodox departure has put the spotlight on his employer, Campbell White, which presents itself as a trainer in soft skills with offices across India.

Its website details its expertise in imparting soft skills, and has undergone major changes since L’affaire Haywood, and there’s an explanation for why its staffers have been reduced to mere first names, and directing all queries to one email id:

Interestingly, Haywood doesn’t feature on its list of employees. The Indian Express reported on August 14 that the company’s Mumbai office ‘is located in two small adjoining rented rooms on the ground floor of Sanpada railway station complex’, and that ‘the two rooms also serve as prayer rooms on Sundays and Thursdays for Potter’s House. A notice on the wall says community service has been cancelled until further notice and is signed by Haywood.’

Potter’s House is part of the Christian Fellowship Ministries based in Arizona (Haywood’s home state, incidentally), and appears under a number of different monikers: the Door Christian Centre, La Puerta, Potter’s House, and Victory Chapel.

US media accounts of the group, which date back to the early 1980s, paint the group as a far-right Christian cult, determined to evangelise the entire world. It’s been the subject of scathing critiques, including some by former members.

One former member, Steve Schoner, was so affected by his experiences that he created ‘Life After Potter House’ a website for those attempting to leave the group.

Haywood reportedly was personally ordained as a minister by Wayman Mitchell, founder of CFM. Though he resented himself as a corporate executive in India, people in his hometown say otherwise. In e-mail correspondence with some from Arizona, has learned that Kenneth Haywood was/is a pastor at the Flagstaff Christian Fellowship.

When asked why he left Arizona, was told that he had “become a missionary”.

So what is the link between Campbell White and Potter House? Was Haywood the only common element between the two?

In the past, Mitchell has pointed to India as a country where CFM could make significant inroads.

And Haywood is seemingly not the only Campbell White employee with links to CFM. The Internet is full of postings and message boards about many of its past employees having similar links.

Today, the additional commissioner of police in the Anti-Terrorism Squad, Parambir Singh, told that the ATS was not focused on Haywood’s possible association with Potter’s House Church, and is more concerned with determining the origin of the terror e-mail.

ATS chief Hemant Karkare was more blunt when he told the Indian Express: ‘We have conducted inquiries into Haywood’s background and his company.

These are of a slightly dubious nature, and even the company he works for and its office are a bit suspect.

‘However, this does not directly link him with the case in any way. Having a suspicious background, or even working for a bogus company, is not enough to book anyone for involvement in terror activities. We cannot arrest anyone simply for his religious beliefs or profile.’

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Ahmedabad blasts: Profile of key Islamic terrorists

Posted by jagoindia on August 18, 2008

source: Terror’s new faces B Raman, August 19, 2008,

All the persons arrested so far and the suspects not yet arrested are Indians. All the arrested persons are in their 20s. A collation of available details is given below:

Abdul Rashid, also known as Mufti Abu Bashir Ilahi, aged 26. Believed by the police to be the mastermind behind the serial blasts in Ahmedabad on July 26, and the planned but failed blasts in Surat  the next day. Studied Arabic in the Deoband seminary in Uttar Pradesh. Comes from a lower middle class family in Azamgarh (village Beenapara) in Uttar Pradesh. Father, a paralytic, is unemployed and mother is a housewife. The family is dependent on his earnings as a teacher of Arabic in a madrasa in Hyderabad called the Jamait Ul Sheikh Al Maududi located at Pahadisharif in Hyderabad. The madrasa had been started by another native of Azamgarh called Maulana Abdul Aleem Islahi.

Abu Bashir has four brothers and one sister. Two of his brothers are working in Delhi and Mumbai. The other siblings are studying in a madrasa in Azamgarh. Abu Bashir worked for two years in the Hyderabad madrasa, till January 2007. According to the Hyderabad police, he left the madrasa for Azamgarh that month. According to his father, he returned to his village only about a month ago saying the madrasa was closed for vacations. For nearly 18 months, he was neither in the madrasa nor his village. Some of this period between March and July 2008, he had spent in Ahmedabad.

According to the Gujarat police, he was present in Ahmedabad on the day of the blasts. It is not yet known where he was from January 2007 to March 2008, when he allegedly  took over as the head of the SIMI network after the arrest of Safdar Nagori, the general secretary of SIMI, and his brother Karimuddin by the Indore police. Bashir came into contact with SIMI when he was teaching in the Hyderabad madrasa and became its active member.

Maulana Abdul Aleem Islahi is an activist and known sympathiser of SIMI. His son Mohtasin Billa was also in SIMI.

While examining the cell phone records of Ahmedabad over a few months before the blasts, the Gujarat police’s crime branch identified five numbers which had only received incoming calls from public call offices located mostly at a place called Juhapura in Ahmedabad. Investigations indicated that during his stay in Ahmedabad Abu Bashir had purchased five SIM cards in the names of local residents. Zahid Sheikh was making the calls to Abu Bashir at these numbers. These numbers went silent after the blasts.

Abu Bashir and Abdul Subban Quereshi were staying in a rented house at a place called Vatva in Ahmedabad. This house had been hired with the assistance of Zahid Shaikh and Sajid Mansuri.

Imran Ibrahim Sheikh, aged 23. Did a course in human rights and journalism in MS University, Vadodara, and arrested in that city. Attended training camps in Kerala [Images] and Pavagadh near Vadodara under an assumed name. The police zeroed in on him after a scrutiny of his mobile phone records. During interrogation he denied any role in the blasts but mentioned the name of Zahid Sheikh. Imran Sheikh and Sajid Mansuri had visited Jaipur on May 13, 2008, when the serial blasts there had taken place.

The improvised explosive devices used in Ahmedabad and Surat were assembled at three different places — in the house at Vatva in Ahmedabad in which Abu Bashir was staying, in Imran Sheikh’s house in Vadodara, and in another house in  Kalpur in Ahmedabad. It is not known who was staying in the Kalpur house.

Zahid Sheikh, a resident of Juhapura in Ahmedabad. Imran Sheikh’s interrogation led to him. He allegedly confessed that he had planted bombs on cycles in Ahemdabad. He named at least three people who were involved in the purchase of the bicycles and delivery of the IEDs.

Zahid Sheikh was under surveillance by the Ahmedabad police even before the blasts. He had also attended the training camps in Kerala and Gujarat under an assumed name. He had provided local logistics support  for a team of nine — five from Madhya Pradesh [Images], two from Maharashtra and two from Karnataka — which had come to Ahmedabad. The team held meetings in the Bapunagar area of Ahmedabad in April, another one in a different city in May and the final one on July 20 at Zahid’s residence.

Zahid’s confession led to the arrest of Yunus Mansuri, Shanshuddin Sheikh, Arif Kadri, Gyasuddin from Ahmedabad and Imran, Usman Agarbattiwala, Iqbal Sheikh and Sajid Mansuri from Vadodara.

Usman Agarbattiwala, aged 24. A BCom graduate from MS University, Vadodara, he attended training camps in Kerala and Pavagadh near Vadodara under an assumed name. His laptop was allegedly used for programming the timer chips for the IEDs planted in Surat, which failed to explode.

Sajid Mansuri, a former zonal secretary of SIMI in Gujarat, had been absconding since 2001 and was finally arrested from Bharuch after the blasts.

Abdul Subban Qureshi. An explosives expert who holds a diploma in electronic engineering, he allegedly procured ammonium nitrate and timers for the Ahmedabad operation and had them stored in a safe house in Bharuch, and had attended SIMI’s meetings to plan the serial blasts. The arrested suspects have claimed that it was Abdul Subban Qureshi who drafted the three e-mails claiming responsibility for the blasts of November 2007 in UP, May in Jaipur and July in Ahmedabad on behalf of  Indian Mujahideen. He forwarded the drafts to Mufti Bashir. Qureshi is absconding.

Adnan, also known as Hafiz Mullah is a young computer engineer and a prominent SIMI organiser for South India. He was arrested along with some other SIMI leaders in Indore in March 2008. He had named Abu Bashir as being responsible for SIMI activities in Gujarat.

Kamaruddin Nagori, brother of Safdar Nagori, was in charge of organising training camps. He was assisted by Adnan, Shibly Peedical Abdul and his brother Shaduli. The first camp was in Karnataka between April and September 2007, the second in Kerala in October-November 2007, the third in Madhya Pradesh in December 2007, and the fourth in Gujarat in January 2008.  End

The man who spread terror in Gujarat
17 Aug 2008,

Cop’s son who inspired blasts

Nagori , 38, the SIMI leader who was arrested from Indore in March this year, has emerged as the real inspiration behind the serial blasts across the country, including Ahmedabad.

Born in Nagori colony in Mahidpur town of Ujjain district in MP, he is the son of a police constable. It was in 1986, while doing his diploma in mechanical engineering in Ujjain, that Nagori came in touch with SIMI. Nagori had been visiting various Muslim congregations for a year before he came in touch with the Ujjain chief of SIMI, Sabir Nadvi.

Nagori rose through the ranks fast to eventually become SIMI’s central advisory committee general secretary in 1991. He established close contacts with the Hurriyat Conference and JKLF and came to be seen as SIMI’s ideologue, who used to explain the concept of ‘jihad’ and complain about the ‘persecution’ of Muslims in India. He was one of the few Muslim leaders who used to openly proclaim Osama Bin Laden as his hero.

But after SIMI was banned in September 2001, Nagori went underground and shifted base to Mumbai . He stayed in a small flat in Kurla but started organizing the SIMI ranks in Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka, West Bengal, Gujarat and Rajasthan.

Nagori was instrumental in organising the terror training camps where SIMI first started plotting serial blasts across the country. Between 2001 and 2005, Nagori’s radical speeches became popular among Muslim youth across the country.

The real turnaround happened after the 2002 Gujarat riots, when Nagori and his coterie had planned to take revenge. He organized camps in MP and Kerala for commando training for his cadres and also started raising funds to buy AKrifles . He also sent youth to training camps in neighbouring countries like Burma, Bangladesh and Pakistan.

Vadodara man and core member

He belongs to the core group of terrorists who planned the Ahmedabad serial blasts. He is a senior SIMI member and a resident of Vadodara. In March 2008, Madhya Pradesh police had arrested Safdar Nagori and then Qayamuddin’s name tumbled out. But, he was absconding.

Zahid Shaikh had arranged for the stay of two outsiders for a few days, say blast investigators. One of the outsiders was Mumbai-based former Wipro employee and the other was Qayamuddin. He had played a major role in serial blast investigations. Three meetings were held in Ahmedabad in April, May and June. The last meeting was on July 20 at Zahid’s house in Juhapura. In this meeting, the Mumbai-based SIMI activist, who is also the bomb designer, Mufti Abdul Bashar Kasmi and Qayamuddin were present. The three had given the final briefing to the terror operatives from Gujarat, Kerala and Karnataka. Mufti has been arrested but the bomb designer is still at large.

The conduit
He is now being proclaimed as the key conduit between the masterminds of the serial blasts in Ahmedabad, and its executors. Sajid Ghulam Khwaja Mansuri, 35, was the Gujarat zonal secretary of SIMI till it was banned under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act in September 2001. Brought up in the Salabatpura area of Surat, he studied in the Taiyyabi madrasa in Zampa Bazaar and later worked as a recovery agent for Barqat Bank before he moved to Bharuch. He took a house on rent on the Bharuch-Jambusar road and lived with his wife and two kids, working as a teacher in a madrasa till he was picked up last week by the Bharuch district police. Mansuri was absconding since 2001 when he held an undercover meeting where 123 SIMI activists were held. In an interview to TOI in 2001 just before SIMI was banned throughout the country, Mansuri had said that SIMI’s main aim was to “reach out to younger people who can be moulded to lead a moral life based on Islamic tenets” , and finally rescue the world from a “failed democracy” . He had told TOI, “It was under Congress rule that Babri masjid was demolished , it was then that puja was performed in the masjid. All politicians are selfish and see minorities only as a vote bank.”

Trained for mass killing
A staunch follower of SIMI, general secretary Safdar Nagori, Zahid Sheikh was emerging as a key member in local area SIMI organizing committee. Though his exact domicile is disputed, Sheikh would receive key SIMI leaders whenever they came to Gujarat and even co-ordinate between members from Ahmedabad, Vadodara and certain areas of Bharuch for quarterly meetings. Barely in his mid 20s, Sheikh was sent to a terror camp in jungles of Kerala code named ‘Bagh-van’ for arms training in the second half of November 2007. There were seven people from Gujarat in this camp who were introduced to pistol firing , military drills. Safdar was to segregate the SIMI cadre here – one for further training in terror camps outside the country and the other half to be used for mass killing. Zahid was being chosen for mass killing. Police officials are still not clear over the domicile of Zahid. While one section of police officials claims that he was picked up from Ikhra village of Bharuch, another claims that Zahid was a Juhapura resident.

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