The Candid Eye

May 31, 2009

UK & China stall move to blacklist Masood Azhar

Filed under: Islam,Jihad,Terrorism — thecandideye @ 3:30 AM
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Maulana Masood Azhar, the commander of Jaish-E-Muhhamed terrorist outfit,which was responsible for kidnapping and killing of westerners in 1995,Mumbai train blasts in 2008,Terrorism in Kashmir has received support from unexpected quarter.China and UK have not welcomed and stalled India’s move to blacklist Azhar under UN Securtity council resolution 1267. More details on this are here.

Even though all the Pandits in Kashmir have been driven out of their homes and leading their lives as slaves in their own country, this telltale evidences against Jaish-E-Muhammed and its founder have failed to create any strong counter action from India on this.When our Congress government hesitates to carry out even the Supreme court order and seriously considers giving quarter to Afzal guru, there is no wonder this thing has happened.Unless until our speeches and actions match, the world will not pay heed to our genuine requests and this is not an election compaign where one promises moon and delivers nothing.The world needs some concrete evidences and steps  that have been taken to counter the menace of such terrorists.

The west will not care as long as the terrorism happens in our soil.The moment something goes awry in their country, the same folks would stall the Security council and make a mountain out of molehill.Time and again they have shown this behaviour.It is high time for India to stand on its own and fight these terrorists.Otherwise,we will be suffering from the terrorism perpetually.

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4 Comments »

  1. thanks for this information and article in Indian Express. If so much information is available even to a news agency, its quite childish to hear statements of denial that these people are not present in territory of Pakistan!

    Comment by Abhay — May 31, 2009 @ 2:31 PM | Reply

  2. I’m surprised you filed this article under Islam!!! Terrorism, maybe?

    Comment by Lata — June 24, 2009 @ 3:51 PM | Reply

  3. @Lata
    Actions speak louder than words.Most of the terrorists happen to be from Islam religion and they are funded generously by Arabs,who are none other than the followers of Islam.If Islam is a religion of peace,then,why its followers take up arms and kill innocent people?Why the Madrasas in Pakistan and Palestine teach hatred towards other people?What is needed today is not the Islam preached and practised in Pakistan,Saudi Arabia or Palestine.We need much moderate Islam like Sufi kind..Luckily not all people in Islam have been brainwashed by the Madrasa education.Unless and until we challenge their ideology,terrorism,can not be won.We,today, are reacting to the terrorism and not having any clue where it originated.It is the ideology of Islam,practised by a set of people,which has made them take up arms.Unless we challenge this dangerous ideology,terrorism can not be won.We would be better off,if we challenge the ideology,which shape the thoughts of a terrorist.Because, thoughts ultimately lead to actions.If we fail to do so,it would be band aid solution and underneath lies a grave,severe infection,which we knowingly or unknowingly reluctant to acknowledge.Forget about the treatment.Let us first acknowledge.

    Comment by thecandideye — June 26, 2009 @ 2:10 AM | Reply

  4. An interesting speech by Islam scholar Zakir Naik.

    https://thecandideye.wordpress.com/2009/05/04/which-one-is-correct-2-2-3-or-2-2-6-or-2-2-4/

    Comment by thecandideye — June 28, 2009 @ 12:23 AM | Reply


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