India: Muslims found with 49 bombs ahead of Hindu festival
“Based on that tip-off, during our combing, we stopped one Mohammad Irfan Fakir, 20, during the wee hours when he was walking towards his home in Narol area. We found 49 hand made crude bombs from his bag.” Nonetheless, “police officials said that the bombs were not meant to disrupt the Rathyatra, which passes from several sensitive areas of the city.” Yes, they were probably meant for interfaith outreach.
By Pamela Geller
My colleague and Hindu human rights activist Satya sent me this story and the photos: “W Bengal is a state in India with nearly 30% Muslims and here is genocide in action.”I have seen these atrocities of fanatic Muslims in several districts of West Bengal. We have been closely working with people to (continue reading…)
Jats attack: Mosque, houses torched, Muslims displaced in Haryana
Obviously, here is a Hindu community that knows what Islam does and they’re not willing to take it:
More than 500 Muslim men, women and children, residents of Haryana’s Faridabad district have been taking refuge at Ballabgarh police station since Monday evening in midst of violent attacks.
The attack was allegedly carried out by the majority Jat community following a dispute over the construction of a mosque.
The mosque was burnt, homes were torched and belongings were abandoned. Muslim residents of Atali village have fled for their life, abandoning their homes and their return simply didn’t seem possible.
“We had just begun praying when the attacks started. They came in groups of 10 and attacked each house,” Isal, a showroom owner, located directly opposite the under-construction mosque, told.
“Bricks and gas cylinders were thrown, hurled inside the houses. They attacked us with baseball bats and sticks. We tried to escape by locking ourselves inside our homes.
“That was when they started dousing our homes with petrol and setting them on fire,” he added.
Atali Muslims claimed that this selective targeting of homes during the violence was the underlying trend.
There are 20 homes surrounding the under-construction mosque, 17 of them owned by Muslims. All 17 were burn down on Monday. A godown owned by a Muslim farmer, nearly a kilometre from the mosque, was torched on Tuesday morning. It was the only structure in the area that was targeted.
While the Muslims maintained that the court had given them permission to resume construction after a near-six year stay was vacated, the Jats maintained that continuing the construction in the village was in clear violation of the court’s order.
Angry Muslim residents protested on Tuesday, blaming the police of inefficiency in investigating the matter.
“Police have done nothing. Even 36 hours after the violence, they have not made a single arrest,” Sahil Ahmed, a protester, said.
“They are giving time to those who have made us homeless to bury evidence and get away with it,” he added.
According to Police sources, the process of lodging complaints has begun.
“Currently, we are taking down complaints that are being lodged. We are also identifying the houses that have been burnt, locating their owners and calculating the extent of loss,” the officer said.