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Mumbai attacks

I don’t see why everyone is assuming the attackers were Muslim. So far there are NO indications that they are Muslim. Get that. NONE. It’s all assumptions, and WRONG ones.

All the indications so far disprove the claim they were Muslim.
Eyewitnesses at different locations have said that some of the attackers looked like “foreigners”, with “light” skin, and one even said some of them had blonde hair. Another said they were at a cafe, drank BEER, paid their bill, then got up and took their guns out of their backpacks and started firing.

First, how many Pakistanis or Indian Muslims are “light skinned” or “blonde”? One could likewise say the same about most Muslims not being blonde and fair-skinned, although there are quite a few who are (mostly in Bosnia, Chechnya, and some in Lebanon, Syria, etc.). And second, how many Muslims would drink BEER (the eyewitnesses were specific about the beer) ? And if they were “Muslims” and drinking beer, what makes the attack “Islamic terror” then?

It seems that this is an outside (or joint outside-Indian) job, that will now be made to look by India to have been the work of Pakistan. It’s an artificially induced campaign against Pakistan and India’s Muslims (recall the destruction of the Babri Mosque? recall the Gujarat pogroms and ethnic cleansing? All done while the so-called “world’s most populous democracy” turned a blind eye). This would also explain the eyewitness accounts about policemen joining in at the railway station and firing at civilians instead of shooting the attackers, and then the attackers simply walking away without a scratch, and then the police saying that the eyewitnesses must’ve been mistaken due to the fact that they were “in shock”. I mean, what are the chances that none of the eyewitness testimonies could be relied on because all of them, at various locations, were all allegedly in shock?

The so-called e-mail claim of responsibility is fishy, and must’ve been done to, from the very start, plant the seed in people’s minds that this was a case of “Islamic terror”. Also, there are now pictures flowing in of one of the attackers at the rail station, and he is wearing western clothing, does not have a beard, and is wearing an orange ribbon around his wrist. You know who wears those wristbands? You got it right, the Hindu extremists and terrorists. The same ones who destroyed the Babri Mosque in 1992 and ethnically cleansed Gujarat of Muslims in 2002.

There is also much to be said about the veil of secrecy regarding the whole affair by Indian authorities, the unsubstantiated accusations against Pakistan by the Indian PM, and the fact that the chief of counter-terrorism unit, who had earlier made comments about Hindu extremism, was killed. I bet the Jewish element was thrown in to convince the skeptical masses that this was a case of “Islamic anti-Semitism.”

This seems to have been a job well done (or maybe not so, since the eyewitnesses who saw the attackers were not all finished off) by joint CIA-Indian Intelligence teams. The readiness to officially blame Pakistan for it based on alleged proofs that India has refused to provide to world public opinion, speaks volumes, and combined with eyewitness accounts, rules out that the perpetrators were Muslims, let alone that they were doing it in the name of Islam.

Case closed, until further proofs are presented to back up the accusations and assumptions that the perpetrators were Muslims. The Islamophobic world once again uses the tragedy that has struck innocents, to rear its ugly head.

German nationalist group to rally against Judaism

COLOGNE, Germany (AP) — A nationalist German group said Friday it has invited leading members of the European right to take part in a “anti-Judaization” conference against the planned construction of a large synagogue.

French far-right firebrand Jean-Marie Le Pen, leader of the anti-immigration National Front party, Filip Dewinter, leader of Belgium’s nationalist Flemish Interest party and Christian Strache, leader of Austria’s right-wing Freedom Party are all expected to attend next week’s conference said Markus Beisicht, head of the Pro-Cologne nationalist movement.

Beisicht said he expected 1,500 people to turn out for the group’s demonstration on Sept. 20 against the city’s decision to allow construction of a new, domed synagogue in the city’s heavily immigrant Ehrenfeld district.


Pro-Cologne’s leaders, however, insist they support Jews’ right to live in Germany, provided they learn the language here and “actively demonstrate” a willingness to integrate.

But they say that such a large synagogue has no place in traditionally Roman Catholic Cologne.

“Of course we want to guarantee Jews’ right to freedom of religion,” said Pro-Cologne deputy leader Judith Wolter. “But building a large synagogue is not part of that.”

The group insists that, while it is nationalist and populist, it rejects racism, violence and any links to Germany’s traditional right-wing parties, including the far-right National Democratic Party, or NPD.

“We represent a new political approach,” said Beisicht.

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What’s wrong with the above? Why, what else but the references to Judaism? Replace it with Islam and it becomes just fine, perfectly legitimate and justified protest! : http://www.usatoday.com/news/religion/2008-09-12-Islam_N.htm

European enlightenment at its best.