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Assam’s holy bombs:
Allah hates it when kafirs celebrate their holidays, which is why the muslims are obliged to throw holy bombs at them. That doesn’t make them bad people; they’re just following their religion:
A series of blasts rocked two districts of lower Assam on Saturday night as the state celebrated Republic Day.
Eight explosions rocked Assam’s Goalpara and Dhubri district on Saturday night around 10:45 pm.Â The other seven bombes exploded at the Gaurnagar, Purabhita, Medartari, Chirakhuti Bazar, Jadarhaat Bazar, Moirakuchi and Airkata Bherakhuti Bazar areaa. AÂ youth was killed as the the angry public beat him to death at Jaleswar. He was
allegedly suspected to be carrying a bomb.
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In other news:
Hindu cows for Bangla halal butchers
Slaughtering cows is banned in many Indian states, and New Delhi refuses to export them.Â Â The cow is considered holy in the Hindu-majority country.Â New Delhi refuses to export them.
More than 2 million cows are smuggled from India to Bangladesh every year and most of the illegal trade takes place through the Indian border state of West Bengal, says Bimal Pramanik, an independent researcher in Calcutta, India.
“Bangladeshi slaughterhouses cannot source even 1 million cows from within the country. If Indian cows do not reach the Bangladeshi slaughterhouses, there will be a big crisis there”.