Thursday, February 26, 2009

A Danger to India

Zakir Naik*– A Danger to India
by Jagmohan Singh Khurmi
05 Dec, 2007
*[Quote from a pro-Islamic site] A Muslim Scholar (Dr. Zakir Naik) known for his moderate and logical approach towards Islam declares that "Every Muslim Should be a terrorist. And that He is with Osama Bin Laden as far as he is te...

How should the Indians treat Zakir Naik? Should he be dismissed as just another demagogue and ignored in the name of multiculturalism?

Last time people like him came to the scene, they became the weapon of division of India into two states. And since “purity” was central to the very existence of the ideal Islamic state of Pakistan, what the world saw was one of the greatest forced immigration of Hindus and Sikhs from the lands that were required to be pure by the very literal meaning of “Pakistan”. And since these wretched infidels were far more prosperous culturally and financially, it took much more than simple request to uproot them from the lands that had been there for centuries – the forced immigration had to be lubricated with a colossal bloodbath that has no parallel in annals of history. But there was bright side too to the ugly picture – the faithful were amply rewarded with real estate, and the other worldly possessions of the kafirs, including their women. See how prophetic the holy Koran is!

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India will have to Attack the Country of Terrorists “Pakistan”
CHANDIGARH, 12-02 -2009 09:13:

India has been facing Pakistan supported terrorism since a very long time. After the 26Novemeber, 2008 attack on Mumbai India is trying to solve the problem by putting diplomatic pressure on Pakistan to stop supporting terrorists. India and the other peaceful nations asked the government of Pakistan to clean the country and finish the terrorists operating from Pakistan.

Pakistan is an Islamic Nation, and the whole terrorism is based upon a war against non-Islamic people. To match the expectations of the world Pakistan Army will have to kill or arrest many of the citizens of Pakistan also, which is .impossible it has to be some outside power, which attacks on the prevailing centers of terrorism in Pakistan. Pakistan army does not have the capacity to fight insurgency within its borders. Militants increasingly target the army with suicide attacks and in August 2007, the kidnapping of around 250 soldiers by Baitullah Mehsud in FATA’s South Waziristan posed a huge embarrassment for Pakistan. These soldiers were only released when the government released twenty-five militants associated with Mehsud.

Large numbers of the population of Pakistan are world’s biggest drugs, women, and nuclear arm traffickers. Crimes like rape; honor killing is a routine thing in Pakistan and because of the unemployment in the country, it has become the world's premier university of Islamic terrorism and militancy. Pakistan is the epicenter of global terrorism and is a factory that produces Muslim terrorists for killing non-Muslims, which they call ‘Jihad’ the Holy War against non-Muslims.

Leadership of Pakistan is responsible for the present situation of the country. The whole world has come to know that Pakistani authorities have long had ties to militant groups based on their soil. They have supported some organizations fighting Indian forces in Kashmir and played a pivotal role in supporting the Afghan resistance against the Soviets throughout the 1980s. In the 1990s, Pakistan’s government supported the Taliban’s rise in Afghanistan in the hope of having a friendly government in Kabul.
Leadership elements of al-Qaeda and the Afghan Taliban, along with other terrorist groups, have made Pakistan’s tribal areas their home. In recent years, many new terrorist groups have emerged in Pakistan, several existing groups have reconstituted themselves, and a new crop of militants have taken control, more violent and less conducive to political solutions than their predecessors.

Sectarian: Groups such as the Sunni Sipah-e-Sahaba and the Shia Tehrik-e-Jafria, which are engaged in violence within Pakistan;

Anti-Indian: Terrorist groups that operate with the alleged support of the Pakistani military and the intelligence agency (ISI), such as the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), the Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM), and the

Harakat ul-Mujahedeen (HuM).

Afghan Taliban: The original Taliban movement and especially its Kandahari leadership centered on Mullah Mohammad Omar believed to be now living in Quetta.

Al-Qaeda and its affiliates: The organization led by Osama bin Laden and other non-South Asian terrorists believed to be ensconced in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).

Roshan Gunaratna of the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research in Singapore says other foreign militant groups such as the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, Islamic Jihad group, the Libyan Islamic Fighters Group and the Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement are also located in FATA;
The Pakistani “Taliban”: Groups consisting of extremist outfits in the FATA, led by individuals such as Baitullah Mehsud, the chieftain of the Mehsud tribe in South Waziristan, Maulana Faqir Muhammad and Maulana Qazi Fazlullah of the Tehrik-e-Nafaz-e-Shariat-e-Mohammadi (TSNM), and Mangal Bagh Afridi of the Lashkar-e-Islami in the Khyber Agency.

India may be waiting for the new global policy of the world’s most powerful Country against the world terrorism or India may be in hope of some help from the world against terrorists living in Pakistan. Indian forces will have to start the operation against terrorists in Pakistan as early as possible, because the terrorism on the Name of Islamic Holly War might attract uneducated Muslims leaving in India.

By: Brijesh