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    Bangladesh minorities 'terrorised' after mob violence
    9 March 2013

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    Residents of the village of Aladin Nagarhave been living in fear since the attack last month

    Saraswati Rani Das ran for her life with her two young children when a Muslim mob rampaged through her village in the southern Noakhali district of Bangladesh.

    Mrs Das broke down repeatedly as she tried to explain how their tiny tin-roof house was destroyed and set on fire.

    The attack started hours after a senior hardline Islamist leader was sentenced to death by a special tribunal in late February.

    Jamaat-e-Islami party Vice President Delwar Hossain Sayedee was given a death sentence for crimes committed during the war of independence from Pakistan in 1971.

    The sentencing triggered a wave of angry protests from the Islamist party's supporters. In many districts, buildings and vehicles were damaged. More than 60 people were killed in clashes with the security forces.


    Living in fear

    Minority Hindu and Buddhist communities bore the brunt of the attacks as their houses and temples were vandalised and burnt down.

    "We heard the mob was coming towards our house. So, we just ran away. Our house was completely burnt. They looted all our belongings, including our savings. We have lost everything," Mrs Das says.

    The village of Aladin Nagar, about 120km (75 miles) south of the capital Dhaka, was strewn with torn tin sheets, broken glass, food grain, damaged books and burnt bicycles.

    Its residents have been living in fear since the attack and are afraid that they may be targeted again.

    Hindu community leaders allege that the attacks were co-ordinated and widespread. So far, they say, more than 50 temples have been damaged and more than 1,500 houses destroyed in the attacks, which took place in nearly 20 districts over the last few weeks.

    In some villages near the southern city of Chittagong, statues of Buddha were damaged and Buddhist temples were vandalised.

    But the authorities say that such crimes will not go unpunished.

    "We are fully committed to protecting the minorities. We have taken enough measures so that these people are not attacked in the future. We have also provided sufficient relief," Home Minister Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir told the BBC.


    'Targeted again'

    Hindus make up nearly 10% of the population of about 153 million in this Muslim-majority nation. The two communities live side by side in villages across Bangladesh.

    Muslim community leaders have condemned the attacks.

    "This should not have happened. We feel sorry about it. It is not in the Holy Koran," Noakhali district cleric Mohammad Nurul Alam Bhuiyan said.

    While people like Mrs Das witnessed communal violence for the first time, Hindu businessmen like Subash Chandra Ghosh in southern Satkhira district say it was similar to what happened to them in 1971, when Bangladesh fought a bloody nine-month war against Pakistan to gain independence.

    "In 1971, our house was damaged and our neighbour's house was set on fire by anti-liberation forces. We are being targeted again. What should we do?" laments Mr Ghosh, who fought for independence.

    Some say the minorities are attacked because they mostly support the governing Awami League party and are a soft target.

    Bangladesh has long prided itself on its secular values - but that image has taken a knock following the recent violence.

    Buddhist villages in Cox's Bazar district also came under attack by Muslim mobs last year, when an image allegedly insulting the Koran was posted on Facebook by a Buddhist youth. Many Buddhist temples were vandalised in the subsequent violence.


    War crimes

    Investigations by the local media later revealed the youth had nothing to do with the incident.

    The independence war came to an end after India sent in troops on behalf of the Bengalis. More than 90,000 Pakistani soldiers and officers surrendered to the Indian army and were taken as prisoners of war.

    Official estimates say more than three million were killed and tens of thousands of women raped during the war. The minority Hindu community suffered disproportionately because some Pakistanis blamed them for Bangladesh's secession.

    A special tribunal in Bangladesh is prosecuting those accused of collaborating with Pakistani forces and carrying out atrocities more than 40 years ago.

    The recent violence is mainly blamed on the opposition Jamaat-e-Islami party, whose leaders are facing war crimes at the tribunal. But the party - which opposed Bangladesh's independence from Pakistan - denies the charges.

    "The Jamaat-e-Islami is a peaceful political party and they do not encourage any violent activities. People who took part in the attack on minorities belong to other political parties," asserts Mohammad Tajul Islam, a Jamaat leader in Noakhali district.

    Hindu community leaders say the attacks are systematic and have been going on for years. They say they are not only carried out by hardline Islamists but also by supporters of other mainstream political parties, including the Awami League and the main opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party. :coffee:

    The aim of the violence, Hindu leaders allege, is to grab land and other property. As a result, they say, many Hindus are fleeing to India to escape harassment, intimidation and violence.

    "In 1947, Hindus constituted around 30% of the population," says Subroto Chowdhury, a Hindu community leader in Dhaka.

    "Now it is less than 10%. Hindus are being warned to leave so that locals can take over their land and houses.

    "Our community is being persecuted."

    But Mr Alamgir, the home minister, says historically there have been movement of Hindus to India and Muslims to Bangladesh - because of various incidents.

    "These are aberrations. The governments of the two countries are determined to make sure that they stay in full peace and security."

    And people like Mr Ghosh say they will resist attempts to drive them away from Bangladesh.

    "This is our motherland and we have been living here for 25 generations. We cannot imagine of leaving this land. This is our country."

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    India is a Non-Religious Country with Hindu Majority

    While discussing the key issues, we must confirm that India is not a religious country, but its a Non-Religious country with Hindu Majority. there is no law of India which makes difference between people based on religion-race. India is not the country where only a person of majority community may get the highest position, like how we see in other countries including in Western Nations. India is the country where a person of any religion may become the IAS topper, top bureaucrat, Top Judge, President, Prime Minister, Chief Minister, Top Diplomat etc, no matter what is his/her religious background. like how we find Minority Sikhs/Muslims have been on the position of Indian Prime Minister, President, Top Diplomat, Top Judge etc. India is not a country where belonging to the majority, means for holding the high positions/ high respect, similar to majority of other countries where only a person of Majority community gets the high position......

    But the above key things, which form base of India, the nation, doesn't means for inviting the enemies in the internal affair of India. those people who are belonging to the anti-India background, can't be given a place in Indian society, as we do need to defend the nation, India, as explained in the above paragraph. as a person, I have been in support of having a Sikh President, PM, Top Diplomat, Bureaucrat etc, and also I was in support of Operation Blue Star on the Golden Temple, if it was required to handle the militants hidden there, if the government was left with no other option other than put military in. and the same I favor in case of Hindu, Muslim temples also, if it will ever be required. we do need to be able to defend our country, which provides "Equal Rights and Equal Opportunities to All the people, regardless their religious/ language/ regional Background". as, how surrendering this 'freedom' is justified, for any Secularism reason????????

    and yes, we did get a country like India from our elders which fits with the above concept, and we are responsible to make sure that the coming generation of India also gets the same. India isn't concerned with any other countries, what they do in their country, but we are more concerned with the above concept, with having 'friendly' relation/trade/business with rest of the world, our 'only' responsibility with the rest of the world......

    we may hardly have sympathy with the minorities of our neighbors, we may hardly advice our neighbors to give equal rights to its all the civilians, but we have no right to interfere in other's internal affairs, nor rest of the world too have any right to interfere in our internal affairs......


    => few days before I discussed that we consider Mr APJ Abdul Kalam as the "most deserving" alive person for Bharat Ratna and the most deserving for the post of President, who earned the highest number of votes in his Presidency election, regardless his religious background. similarly we find Mr Azim Premji is the second richest Muslim in world then its because he is deserving for the status he earned. similarly we find minority Sikhs on the post of PM, Army General, Muslims on the highest post of Supreme Court etc then this is what the "Freedom" means for every citizen of India. India, the nation which provides "Equal Rights, with Equal Opportunity to its all the civilians, regardless their religious/ language/ regional background.", our "Independence"
     
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    thats what I mean to say sir. its not about dealing religious things, but its all about making sure that our coming generation would also enjoy the 'freedom', we were provided from our elders...... for example of Bangladesh, Pakistan, as discussed in this thread. Hindus live in a serious pressure in Bangladesh under Muslim majority, as Bangladesh as a nation has been involved in removing religious minorities like Buddhist as discussed in this thread too. (Hindus have been on pressure to convert into Islam in Bangladesh for a long, with continuous watch on the Hindu minority by Bangladesh, as a society.) while on the side of Pakistan, after almost 'finish' work with Hindu/ Sikh, now Shia/Muhajir/Ahmadis are on the 'clean up' operation there....... do you want this to offer to your coming generation????

    its all about the fact that, if you enjoyed a country which provides "Equal Rights with Equal Opportunities to all the Religious/ Language/ Regional Background People", the India, then you are also responsible to make sure that your coming generation would also get the same "Freedom" :tup:
     
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    Pakistan's Shia genocide
    26 Nov 2012

    In the days leading up to the religious holiday of Ashura, leading members of the Pakistani Shia community in Pakistan received anonymous text messages warning of violence to come: "Kill, Kill, Shia".

    In recent years, Ashura - which not long ago throughout the country was an occasion which Sunnis, Shias and others among Pakistan's ethno-religious milieu would commemorate together in harmony - has become an annual flashpoint in Pakistan's increasingly sectarian and violent religious culture.

    Tragically, and despite high-profile efforts by the government to clamp down on the ability to militants to target worshippers such as the limitating cellphone service and banning of motorcycles from public roads during the holiday, this year's Ashura in Pakistan signified a continuation of the country's spiral into self-destructive communal violence.

    A suicide bomber in the city of Rawalpindi hurled a grenade into the midst of a Shia procession before detonating his vest and killing 23 people, while other attacks throughout the country from Karachi to Dera Ismail Khan claimed the lives of dozens more.

    The attacks were claimed by Pakistani Taliban (TTP) militants who denounced the victims as "blasphemers" and stated they were engaged in a "war of belief" with Shias - stating further that attacks against them would continue until they, in their millions, were wiped out of the country.

    That the fanatical nihilism of terrorist attacks against public religious ceremonies - ceremonies which have been observed since the country's founding - has become normalised and routine is a sign of the depths to which Pakistan has sunk in terms of sectarianism and social fragmentation over the past decade.

    Once a respected and well-integrated minority in a country where they comprise roughly 20 per cent of the population and count the nation's founder as one of their own, Shia Muslims within Pakistan have become a community under siege in recent years and are facing a situation which is increasingly being described by many Pakistanis as a slow-motion genocide.

    Several hundred Pakistani Shias have been killed this year alone in increasingly high-profile attacks by extremist militants, including one incident caught on video in August in which passengers were forced off a bus in the Gilgit region and executed by armed militants who checked their victims' ID cards before killing whomsoever they could identify as being Shia.

    It is believed that since the early 1990s, nearly 4,000 Pakistani Shias have been murdered in sectarian attacks, and at a pace which has rapidly accelerated in recent years. The tragic irony of this increasingly violent sectarianism is that Muhammad Ali Jinnah, widely known and revered as the "Father of the Nation" of Pakistan was himself a Shia Muslim though he maintained a secular public religious identity and preached the same for the country which he created. :facepalm:

    His famous speech to Pakistanis in which he said: "You are free; you are free to go to your temples. You are free to go to your mosques or to any other places of worship in this State of Pakistan. You may belong to any religion, caste or creed…", signifies how far modern-Pakistan has departed from its founding ideals and become a place where the country's founder himself would likely be threatened and unwelcome.

    Ahmadis, Barelvis, Christians and Hindus have all become subject to persecution within an increasingly religiously-chauvinistic Pakistani society, but it is Shias who have suffered the highest toll of bloodshed and whose fate is most tied to external forces intent on using Pakistan as a battleground for broader regional conflicts. :coffee:


    Pakistan as sectarian battleground

    In an interview given to Reuters, Malik Ishaq, the leader of one of Pakistan's most notorious anti-Shia extremist groups Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ) declared Shia Muslims "the greatest infidels on earth" and demanded that the Pakistani state "declare Shia non-Muslims on the basis of their beliefs".

    Ishaq's demagoguery is not idle talk, LeJ death squads are believed to have been responsible for the killings of thousands of Shias throughout the country, including a campaign of targeted murders in 2011 which killed dozens of Shia doctors, lawyers and politicians residing in the major port-city of Karachi.

    One lower-level LeJ operative now in police custody, Mahmoud Baber, reportedly choked with pride and emotion while describing to reporters his "great satisfaction" at being involved in 14 murders over his militant career, saying of the organisations purpose: "Get rid of Shias. That is our goal. May God help us".

    Despite his unrepentant advocacy and propagation of violence, Ishaq himself has been acquitted over 30 times on homicide and terrorism charges - an incredible run of judicial fortune which many have attributed to covert support from elements within Pakistan's national security establishment which have long cultivated such groups as potential weapons against regional rival such as India.

    Indeed, while organisations like the LeJ, Pakistani Taliban, Lashkar-e-Taiba and offshoots such as the Sipah-e-Sahaba (SSP) focus their violence on Pakistani Shias, they are representative of a broader regional narrative to which the Shia community is largely a victim of geopolitical circumstance and manipulation by external parties.

    Pakistan has long been a front in the battle for regional influence between Iran and Saudi Arabia, and the patronage of violent extremist groups primarily by the latter has been utilised as a tool to counter potential Iranian influence within the country.

    The Pakistani Shia population, as well as the Pakistan's social cohesion as a whole, have been the collateral damage in this battle as wealthy Gulf donors have armed and funded sectarian death squads to wreak havoc against Pakistani Shias and other religious minorities within the country.

    WikiLeaks cables released in 2009 described the extent of which this support has been facilitated: "Donors in Saudi Arabia as the most significant source of funding to Sunni terrorist groups worldwide… for groups aligned with Al-Qaida and focused on undermining stability in Afghanistan and Pakistan".

    The leaked report describes in detail the extent to which wealthy, conservative Gulf donors have sought to use Pakistan as a battlefront for their war against Iran - a war in which they see all Shias across the world as being legitimate targets for violence.

    An estimated $100m per year has flowed from donors from the Gulf to fund extremist groups in Pakistan and spread sectarian ideology - a massive sum especially for a developing country such as Pakistan and one which has been increasingly successful in subverting the heterodox and tolerant Islamic tradition which has historically been prevalent in the subcontinent.

    Children in particular, often pliable candidates for suicide bombings, have been specifically recruited for indoctrination with those "between the ages of 8 to 12" and whose families are "suffering extreme financial difficulties" being the most favoured targets of recruitment by sectarian extremist groups.


    Extremist religious sentiments

    While Shia militant groups such as Sipah-e-Muhammad also do exist, these are widely considered by analysts to be marginal and largely reactionary - the Shia community has overwhelmingly been the recipient of violence as opposed to its purveyor and has become the target of external parties using Pakistan as a field upon which to settle regional scores, as well as seeking to give violent expression to their own extremist religious sentiments.

    As described in an editorial by the Karachi-based Express Tribune: "A fact recognised by all in Pakistan is that the people of the country are not sectarian-minded. Before jihad took hold of Pakistan and extremist clerics became threatening, there was considerable harmony between the sects. Muharram was not the season of sectarian violence and mayhem. Today, the world understands that the intensification of the sectarian feeling among the clerics is actually a result of a war relocated from Pakistan's neighbourhood in the Gulf."

    Tragically, it has become Pakistani Shias, a community which has little if anything to do with the increasingly heated conflict between Iran and Saudi Arabia, that has today become among its biggest victims of that escalating conflict.

    There is growing realisation within Pakistan that the cynical manipulation of the country by regional actors is leading to a potential existential crisis for the state. Shias make up a large percentage of the country's population of 180 million and account for a significant proportion of the professional class which is vital to the nation's continued viability.

    In recent months, high-profile religious leaders from across the country convened in the capital of Islamabad for a conference intended to promote intra-communal unity and "put the genie of sectarianism back in the bottle", while secular political leaders have also made forceful denunciations of the increasingly violent sectarian chauvinism within the country.

    Despite these encouraging pronouncements, the horrifying scenes of murder which played out on Pakistani streets during this year's Ashura commemorations are a stark reminder of how deeply embedded violently extremist religious attitudes have become within segments of Pakistani society in recent years.

    Many analysts have warned that Pakistani Shias increasingly face "sectarian cleansing" from the country if violence against them continues to accelerate, a fate which would be a tragic end to a community which for most of the Pakistan's history has lived in communal harmony with majority Sunnis and others within Pakistan's once-inclusive ethnic and religious tapestry.

    If the measure of a society is how it treats its minorities, the slow-motion genocide being perpetrated against the Shia community in Pakistan is indicative of a country which has acquiesced to being devoured from the inside-out and which has sacrificed for itself any vision of a tolerant and progressive future.

    Opportunistic Gulf ideologues have turned Pakistan into a charnel-house in pursuit of their own sectarian and political agendas; until Pakistanis forcefully reject the purpose towards which their country is being cynically utilised, the downward spiral of communal violence will proceed and the fate of Pakistan's Shia community will continue to be marked by increasingly wanton massacres and bloodshed.

    Where Sunnis and Shias within Pakistan once commemorated their holidays together in relative harmony, there has grown an increasingly stark divide - unless it is bridged and unless imported extremist ideologies are stifled, the future of Pakistan as a unified and cohesive state will continue to be threatened.

    Pakistan's Shia genocide - Opinion - Al Jazeera English
     
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    Great thread! Politicians on the Northeast utilize entire populations of llegal immigrants as en mass vote banks. Bangladeshi Muslims are given bona fide citizen documents like Aadhar with the right to vote in India. Last year's clashes in Assam between the Bodos and Muslims was due to usurpation of their traditional lands. Watch how the congress Chief Minister is in denial.
     
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    India is a country of 1.2 billion people, just few people can't harm this big country :nono:

    a man isn't worth for more than a bullet, while a pistol has over 6 bullets, which is too much for Sonia/Rahul both...... too many congress working men are themselves concerned with the things they have organized in this country by using people like Digvijay/Shinde etc.....

    you all will hear good news soon :tup: :india:
     
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    Sectarian Wars in India by Men of US/UK


    Brotherly Relation Among Azmal Kasab and Rahul/ Digvijay/ Sonia/ Manmohan

    Giving Another Chance to Snakes

    I remember, during Mumbai attack 26/11 2008, the biggest terrorist attack India ever faced which was fully funded/supported/handled from foreigners, the Mumbai attackers were asked, "why did they do that?" it was a TV channel who was asking questions by phone. and the attackers named few riots of hindu-muslim in early 90s, mid 90s (Ayodhya Crisis) and said they were from Hydarbad. and we argued, why did they took so much time to respond the riots of early 90s and mid 90s? but later they were killed and one, pakistani Kasab, captured so it then got clear that they all came/funded/armed/handled from foreign, the 'hired' people, the pakistani nationals with 'Indian' Muzahidin name

    whenever a crime is committed, the intention behind it, is to be found out otherwise it is called because of madness/natural disaster. and those attackers behaved in a very 'Unique' way. they neither tried to demand much for money or to release any jailed terrorists etc also. neither they were from India that they were taking 'revenge' of anything, like how they claimed they were 'Indian' Mujahidin. they first targeted one of the prime targets like Hotel Taj and two other top hotels to give it a high publicity on the world platform. then at the same time they attacked on the Jew Centre to get support from the Muslim World and at the same time one was sent to Shiwaji Railway Station to just score a big number to make it a big issue. as, why would people of railway station would be killed if they already had a big hold like Taj Hotel to bargain with the government?????? and then we had discussion on the forums about those terrorists who were having red stings on the hands so they may be Hindus also and killed Hemant Karkare also so it then had got a good point that Hindu Groups may be behind that attack also. so intention/purpose of 26/11 2008 Mumbai Attack was then definded, "foreign born militants attacked and scored a big a number to make it a big issue, on the name of Indian Mujahidin, to organize Hindu-Muslim riots in Mumbai by killing locals there, the financial centre of India." Mr Ratan Tata had openly said that time that it was an attack on the progress of India (something like it, i remember.....)

    and then we find Mr Digvijay Singh saying the same thing after 2 years, "find whether they were Hindu group?", the man who was fully backed by Rahul/Sonia. his statement and 'purpose'/ 'intentions' of Mumbai Attack were the same, to organize Hindu-Muslim riot. and then I was made to think, also given proper indication in Australia, that, the handlers of the Mumbai Attacks were those who handle Mr Digvijay Singh type people also. I do remember, I was doing part time MBA in 2009/2010 and many I saw having Hindu type stings in my university to discuss right and wrong in Australia about ongoing attacks on the international students in Australia while I had properly guessed that they were Pakistani Muslims. and then I also wrote an email during that time in 2009/10, stating, "the handlers of attacks on the International students and the handlers of Mumbai attacks have similar way to organize attacks, both of these two crimes were most probably backed by CIA." and why not, Google was filled with the claims that CIA was handling Mumbai Attack, who used his men like Dawood Ibrahim also, too many news on google. Mumbai attacks was done by using Pakistani Muslims, on the name of Indian Mujahidin, and in Australia also since 2009 onward. as, no one would be part of any politics in Australia as everyone comes to study hard and get progress only. no one would be part of this type of politics, the students who had invested so much money for studying in Australia? why would they be part of any politics in Australia? I was dead sure that they were Pakistani Muslims having Hindu type red stings on the hands in UTS...........

    Mr Mulayam Singh Yadav was the person who defended Babri Structure and allowed killing of over 10,000 Hindus but he defended the laws in India, regardless the feeling of common Indian Hindus, who himself is a Hindu. but Mr Digvijay Singh, one more 'Singh' is hand of Rahul/Sonia, whose similar purpose as the terrorists of Mumbai Attack...... and hence I even made an open statement on Economic Times one day, "if you trust someone and he stabs your back once, its his fault. but if you give him one more chance, it will be your fault." and my that statement was just a copy of a Song by Indian Show Man, Mr Dilip Kumar, as below. that is, if few are traitors then he is a traitor, and dont give him another chance, just crush heads of these traitors/ snakes as soon as we can. (.........Sar Kuchalte Jayenge, Ek Dhokha Kha Chuke Hain Aur Kha Sakte Nahi.) sooner Indians crush heads of the snakes like Digvijay,Rahul,Sonia, better it will be for the nation, India, the nation :india:


    And we noticed, that Mumbai Attack 26/11 2008 was not done for money, neither for taking revenge as they were not even Indian also that they could take any revenge for anything happened to then on local level, even in 90s. They were intended to achieve few certain goals, which was to organize Hindu-Muslim riots to give enough space to the western champions to bring India in world court and this way they could come in the position to handle fate of India, by uniting the whole world against India on the basis of doing wrong publicity of India by using their media on the world platform.

    And then I found Digvijay Singh, backed by Rahul/Sonia, one among the terrorists of mumbai attack, who wanted to achieve few certain goals through that Mumbai attack 26/11 2008, their intentions were in match to the intention behind Mumbai attack 26/11 2008. And here, today we have Hafiz Saeed and tomorrow someone else, but we have main threat from the people like Manmohan Singh, Digvijay Singh, Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi type people who may then give these acts as name of hindu-muslim riots type things, whose intentions are same as the terrorists of Mumbai attack? And until we may make a special task force of RAW to encounter people like Digvijay Singh, Rahul Gandhi, Manmohan Singh, Sonia Gandhi who work to fulfill different interests of foreigners, how will it matter even if we may get few like hafiz saeed? Sometimes I find this traitor, manmohan singh, trying to take out attention of indian public by putting hafiz Saeed type people on front while he want to keep defending people like digvijay singh to fulfill interests of foreigners. People like hafiz saeed are bigger threat to Pakistan itself who score 10 times in Pakistan than India, if we have a look on the datas of last 10 years. and we would mainly worry to remove those traitors from Indian politics who are threats to India, the nation and its people…………





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    Damn Digvijay, He is buffoon. A retard by Pandey'ji words. People like this need to cleansed from the system first.
     
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    Gangsta Doggy in action - these psychopaths run the show
     
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    [MENTION=9724]Rock n Rolla[/MENTION] - here is the documentary evidence what can happen in Kerala in future if you guys ignore the situation now. Deport these scumbags.

     
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    Even a US senator brings up the issue in the US congress while our psychopaths (leaders) are throwing iftaar parties in Delhi.

     
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    => Pakistan will be reunited with India, says Katju - The Hindu

    inviting Pakistani or Bangladeshi nationals simply means for inviting the people of 'enemy' background......
    India has to keep its neighbors happy, as a 'friend' only. neither any part of the world wants to invite 'Sectarian Wars' from these two neighbors of India, nor India too would help them come close to India :nono:
    India would only stick with trade-friendship relationship with its neighbors, similar to the rest of the world...:india:
    => Bangladesh minorities bear brunt of violence - Features - Al Jazeera English
     
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    Even if we can't change our neighbors, we do need to defend ourselves

    I discussed once that 'West Pakistan' was the best part of India before 1947, while right now it has more problems from those who claim themselves to be the 'Defenders' of Pakistan itself...... a majority believe that if India desn't face 26/11 type things so frequently then its mainly because Indians dont need these defenders, nor they would let this type of daily 'target killing' Sectarian War environment imported from its neighbors also......

    Save us from our defenders - DAWN.COM

    => Pakistan faces 26/11 everyday: Mani Shankar Aiyar - Times Of India

    India needs to tackle growing violence within North East to make sure that it won't then transferred to rest of the country. even if we can't change our neighbors, we do need to defend ourselves :coffee:


    the above is the statement of that Indian PM who visited to Pakistan by bus in 1999, with a message of peace, and within few months India had got Kargil War, in return. and that war was in fact a 'face off' of Pakistan, who first sent militants to those areas of Kargil which are vacated in winter and then they fought openly in support of those militants, the return of 'Lahore Peace Bus Visit' :tsk:
     
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    We do need to deal with shiits, there must not any reason for the Destruction of this Country :facepalm:

    thats what I said one day, even if we want to maintain secularism, we do need to deal with the shiits and we can't ignore the bottom-line truth that common public are not as aware of right and wrong as we. its not about the 'Sectarian Wars' but the 'innocence' of common public who simply become part of any mob due to their religious/racial belief. and we do need to be able to discuss those things which may lead to destruction of the whole nation and its people........

    i mean, does the Bangladeshi government want to put "Tens of Thousands" in jail all together for continuously threatening its minorities by torching etc, with this type of attacks in over 25,000+ numbers???????? No, you simply can't and then from here, Indian government do need to think about solution of the North Eastern Indian people as whole, who are threatened with illegal infiltration from Bangladesh.........

    for example as below, do you want 26/11 type things very frequent? do you want to import this environment from your neighbors????

    => Pakistan faces 26/11 everyday: Mani Shankar Aiyar - Times Of India
     
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