Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Sunni Muslims riot in Bangalore because Shia Iraqis hanged Saddam

As I have repeatedly pointed out before, Indian Muslims need to decide if they want to improve themselves taking advantage of the rights and privileges they get as equal and free citizens of India (freedoms, facilities, rights, and privileges that Muslims living in medieval and uncivilized Muslim countries like Pakistan, Iran, Syria, Libya, Sudan, Lebanon, Bangladesh, do not get), or behave like the barbaric and uncivilized animals Muslims in aforementioned Muslims countries do.

In recent times, vast numbers of Indian Muslims have rioted, killed innocent non-Muslims, destroyed property, and created chaos in various parts of India over issues like publication of cartoons in Denmark, movies made by Maqbool Fida Hussein, and now, the hanging of Shia-killer Sunni Muslim Saddam Hussein by the Shia-dominated Government of Iraq.

Those Muslims living in India's borders who are more interested in causing chaos over issues of Denmark and Iraq than in going to school, getting educated, and learning to earn a decent honest living, are most welcome to leave India and commit their useless and unproductive acts in Denmark or Iraq. Assuming anybody in Denmark or Iraq wants them to be allowed into those countries.

These useless people who have nothing to contribute to Civilization and to the Economy, or to anybody else will probably not be particularly wanted anywhere.

The question is: how long will the Hindus and civilized Muslims loyal to India tolerate these morons committing these senseless acts making themselves a public nuisance.

If you think the police and armed forces of India should crack down like a ton of bricks upon these uncivilized Radical Islamic trouble-making animals and either civilize them or wipe them out, post a comment here and let the rest of India know what you think.

The Times of India reports:

Bangalore on edge after communal clashes
[22 Jan, 2007 1035hrs ISTIANS]

BANGALORE: A day after police firing sparked by communal clashes left one person dead and several injured, tension simmered in the IT city on Monday. However, authorities said they were confident peace would return soon.

A 12-year-old boy was killed and at least 22 people were injured when the police opened fire to chase away mobs that attacked them and also vandalised private and public property in the residential-cum-commercial areas of the city's eastern districts.

Curfew was clamped in many parts of east Bangalore including Bharati Nagar, Frazer town and Commercial Street.

“There is a lot of fear among people and no one wants to risk their life as there has been a lot of violence in the city since Friday,” Sangmesh, a steward at the Eden Park restaurant, said.

The violent clashes started on Friday after people protested violently against the hanging of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein in communally sensitive areas with a large Muslim population.

On Sunday, several shops and buses were also set ablaze in the clashes. A Virat Hindu Samavesha, organised by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in association with the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, was being held in one of the violence-hit areas.

“I have not seen such violence in the last six-seven years and I have asked my kids to not to venture out of home till Wednesday. Who knows what is going to happen this afternoon,” Sangmesh said. He added that there was at least a 40 per cent drop in their business on Sunday.

Said Abdul, a newspaper vendor on Infantry Road: “This kind of violence has never been witnessed in the last 10 years. Some violence and a curfew was seen here when Kannada actor Raj Kumar was kidnapped by forest brigand Veerappan a few years back.”

Anil, a manager of Hotel Gold Star at Queens Road, said he had asked the waiters and office boys not to venture near towards Bharati Nagar, Shivaji Nagar and Russell Market. “These are the most sensitive and violence-prone areas. We are learning to cope with the violence with a lot of apprehension among our guests, people and all our staff,” he said.

At least 1,000 policemen have been deployed in these violence-prone areas and two platoons of the Rapid Action Force, along with the police, will conduct a flag march in the city to instill confidence in the people. All schools in the violence-hit areas will remain closed till Tuesday.

“The situation is under control and we are trying our best to bring peace to the city after three days of violence. There was a lot of violence on Sunday as mobs torched buses, stabbed each other, pelted stones at vehicles despite all our efforts. They forced us to open fire and one person was killed,” Bangalore Police Commissioner N Achuta Rao, said.



At 4:41 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can you please ask same questions to Tamils in India who go mad when Sri Lankan goverment kills tamil animals there...

At 9:00 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

do not keep hatredness for any religion or caste it will lead to nowhere, your blog name says 21st century but this post looks like 19th century!

also fyi... shia muslims are world wide known for peace and harmony!


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