The Candid Eye

July 22, 2010

Talibans in Kerala!!

The God’s Own Country has been taken over by Talibans at last.These Talibans are not Afghans but our own Muslim fanatics who attacked and chopped off the hand of the Professor T.J. Joseph.A professor of Malayalam, in Newman college, Thodupuzha.This barbaric act was done by members of Popular Front India(PFI), a Jihadi political party in India, with which Sonia led Congress has tie-up.

PFI Flag;Image Courtesy - Wikipedia

Professor T.J.Joseph did nothing wrong to incite a violence of this kind.All he did was setting up a question paper for university exam to punctuate a passage from a story with Mohammed as one the character.Soon after seeing the name,Mohammed, in question paper, the Student Front,the student jihadi wing of PFI, cirulated the copies of the question paper to sensitive Muslim areas.

As a result of this, the professor was suspended from the college and the university.He and his son were arrested and beaten-up by the police.The leaders of this terrorist political party,were the masterminds in Coimbatore bomb blast, that rocked Tamil Nadu in 1997.Professor T.J.Joesph did nothing wrong for him to be suspended in the first place.When this is the case,he has been brutally attacked in Taliban style and his hands were chopped off.

Police have recovered guns and ammunition from the offices of PFI.Intelligence Bureau report suggests that this organisation has links with Al-Qaeda, LeT, Taliban etc…The same PFI is also responsible for Love Jihad in India.

The Congress as usual remained silent.Not only they remained silent, they, in fact, are supporting  PFI.There was no nationwide debate on this Talibanization of Kerala on any news channel.Kerala has already become a sleeper cell for these Jihadi elements which do destructive work and kills innocent Indians with the help of Congress government.

While BJP setup a four member panel to look into this matter and also demanded for NIA’s (National Investigation Agency) probe into this matter,other political parties have condemned this brutal act of terror on this innocent professor.But Congress has not uttered a single word against PFI.Even though PFI is well known for its terrorist activities,Congress does not hesitate to join hands with them for the sake of votes.

Congress will stoop to any level to get into power.If Hafiz Sayeed were to be an Indian,they would also form coalition with him.They would simply forget 26/11 of Mumbai.Power & Money hungry congress babas will work hand in glove with Jihadis  to further weaken the Indian democracy and it’s 6 billion Hindu people.

Sources:

1. Congress goes soft on Kerala muslim terrorist organization.

2. 2010 – Hand chopping  incident in Kerala

3.Fanatics hack Lecturer’s  hand

You may also like to read the  following,

1. The Terror Masters of Kerala

2.Kerala’s biggest challenge – The fastest breeding Talibanization

3.Jihadis target Kerala women

4.Love Jihad – A Jihadi organisation to trap Hindu girls

5.Jihadis luring Kerala college girls for love

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December 23, 2009

Bengaluru was the easiest to bomb – LeT

Filed under: Bangalore,India,Islam,Jihad,Terrorism — thecandideye @ 6:00 AM
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After the serial bomb blasts that ripped Bangalore apart in 2008,one doesn’t have any choice other than questioning our intelligence department. LeT operative Naseer has confessed that Bangalore was the easiest to bomb. Hoping that is not the case now.

Rs 50,000 — That’s all it cost to execute the Bengaluru serial blasts in 2008, according to T Naseer, the Lashkar-e-Tayiba operative who is the prime accused in the case.

Bangalore Bomb blast

During his interrogation, Naseer, who was arrested recently on the Indo-Bangladesh border, told the police that local materials were used for the blasts and this ensured that costs were low.

Naseer further said they did not even have to pay for the explosives, detonators and also the timers. “We stole all these things from a shop in Kannur and assembled it by ourselves,” Naseer told interrogators.Money was only spent on housing cadres. “We found cheap accommodation on the outskirts of Bengaluru city,” he added. ‘Bengaluru was the easiest to bomb’.

Bomb blast in Madiwala

Naseer’s confession also reveals the poor security in Bengaluru. During his interrogation, he pointed out that they had first picked Chennai, but then decided against it, since the security was top notch there.

When they conducted a reccee in Bengaluru, they realised that security was poor and it would be easy to carry out a strike there.

He pointed out that they also had in mind that the growing status of Bengaluru. “In the Lashkar circles, Bengaluru is next to Mumbai and striking this city, where there is so much American investment, would give us a lot of publicity,” he told his interrogators.

“Moreover, I have been a regular visitor to this city along with (Indian Mujahideen co-founder) Riyaz Bhatkal, and the two of us know the terrain of this city very well,” Naseer said.

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June 12, 2009

Pakistan’s war against terrorism is a farce

Following the release of Hafeez Muhammed Sayeed, the founder of Jamat-Ud-Dawa,by the Pakistani high court,there have been apprehensions, over the internal stability of Pakistan,around the world,and more so in India.The Frankensteinian monster,now kills and terrorises people,all over the world,including  its creator.India,is perhaps the only country,which suffered/suffering from this terrorism for more than six decades.Pakistan,in spite of repeated dialogues,agreements with India or pressures from India or USA,doesn’t seem to behave in an agreed,predictable manner.B Raman has described this very clearly here.

Excerpts from Raman’s article starts

Some years ago, when General Pervez Musharraf [ Images ], the blue-eyed warrior against terrorism of the then United States President George W Bush [ Images ], was the President of Pakistan, its police had arrested an individual on the charge of belonging to the Al Qaeda [ Images ].
When he was produced before an anti-terrorism court, it asked the government lawyer to produce a copy of the notification under which Al Qaeda had been declared a terrorist organisation. After some days, the lawyer went back to the court and told it sheepishly that the government had overlooked declaring Al Qaeda a terrorist organisation.
He promised that a notification would be issued shortly and requested that the arrested person continue to remain in custody till then. The court did not accept the plea. It ordered his release. It held that even if it was a fact that he belonged to the Al Qaeda, he had not committed an offence because Al Qaeda was not a terrorist organisation under Pakistani laws.
Some years later, in December 2008 to be precise, the Pakistani government placed Professor Hafeez Mohammad Saeed, the Amir of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa, the political front of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba [ Images ], under house arrest in the wake of the Mumbai [ Images ] terrorist strike of November 26. The action was taken following the decision of the anti-terrorism sanctions committee of the United Nations Security Council to include the JuD and the LeT as associates of the Al Qaeda.
Saeed went to the Lahore [ Images ] high court to challenge his house arrest. The government lawyer told the court that the action of the UN Sanctions Committee obliged the government to act against him. When the court did not agree with that contention and asked the lawyer whether the government had any independent evidence of its own, the lawyer met the three judges privately and showed them, what he claimed, was independent evidence of the LeT’s links with Al Qaeda. The judges wanted to see a copy of the government notification under which Al Qaeda was declared a terrorist organisation.
After some days, the lawyer went back to the court and told it sheepishly that the government had not yet declared Al Qaeda a terrorist organisation. The court told him that if that was so, the LeT’s having links with the Al Qaeda is no offence under the law.
The court, which ordered the release of Saeed on June 2, released on June 6 the details of the grounds on which it ordered his release. One of the grounds says: “The security laws and anti-terrorism laws of Pakistan are silent on the Al Qaeda being a terrorist organisation.”
The court added, “Even after the perusal of these documents we do not find any material declaring that the detention was necessary for the security of the petitioners and there was no evidence that the petitioners had any links with Al Qaeda or any terrorist movement.”
Thus, eight years after 9/11, Pakistan is yet to declare Al Qaeda a terrorist organisation. Is this sheer, shocking negligence or is there something more sinister to it? Does one require any more evidence to show that Pakistan’s so-called war against terrorism is a farce?

Some years ago, when General Pervez Musharraf , the blue-eyed warrior against terrorism of the then United States President George W Bush, was the President of Pakistan, its police had arrested an individual on the charge of belonging to the Al Qaeda.

When he was produced before an anti-terrorism court, it asked the government lawyer to produce a copy of the notification under which Al Qaeda had been declared a terrorist organisation. After some days, the lawyer went back to the court and told it sheepishly that the government had overlooked declaring Al Qaeda a terrorist organisation.

He promised that a notification would be issued shortly and requested that the arrested person continue to remain in custody till then. The court did not accept the plea. It ordered his release. It held that even if it was a fact that he belonged to the Al Qaeda, he had not committed an offence because Al Qaeda was not a terrorist organisation under Pakistani laws.

Some years later, in December 2008 to be precise, the Pakistani government placed Professor Hafeez Mohammad Saeed, the Amir of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa, the political front of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, under house arrest in the wake of the Mumbai terrorist strike of November 26. The action was taken following the decision of the anti-terrorism sanctions committee of the United Nations Security Council to include the JuD and the LeT as associates of the Al Qaeda.

Saeed went to the Lahore high court to challenge his house arrest. The government lawyer told the court that the action of the UN Sanctions Committee obliged the government to act against him. When the court did not agree with that contention and asked the lawyer whether the government had any independent evidence of its own, the lawyer met the three judges privately and showed them, what he claimed, was independent evidence of the LeT’s links with Al Qaeda. The judges wanted to see a copy of the government notification under which Al Qaeda was declared a terrorist organisation.

After some days, the lawyer went back to the court and told it sheepishly that the government had not yet declared Al Qaeda a terrorist organisation. The court told him that if that was so, the LeT’s having links with the Al Qaeda is no offence under the law.

The court, which ordered the release of Saeed on June 2, released on June 6 the details of the grounds on which it ordered his release. One of the grounds says: “The security laws and anti-terrorism laws of Pakistan are silent on the Al Qaeda being a terrorist organisation.”

The court added, “Even after the perusal of these documents we do not find any material declaring that the detention was necessary for the security of the petitioners and there was no evidence that the petitioners had any links with Al Qaeda or any terrorist movement.”

Thus, eight years after 9/11, Pakistan is yet to declare Al Qaeda a terrorist organisation. Is this sheer, shocking negligence or is there something more sinister to it? Does one require any more evidence to show that Pakistan’s so-called war against terrorism is a farce?

Excerpts from Raman’s article ends.

June 3, 2009

Hafeez Muhammed Sayeed released!!

Filed under: Jihad,Pakistan,Terrorism — thecandideye @ 3:00 AM
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Hafeez Muhammed Sayeed, the founder of Jamat-Ud-Dawa, the political wing of LeT, has been released by the Lahore court yesterday.He is the mastermind begind Mumbai terror attacks.Kasab had already confessed in the court, he received training from LeT in Pakistan.In spite of this and many more evidences provided by India to Pakistan on this issue have been ignored and Pakistan blames India for Sayeed’s release.

Earlier, it was Pakistan goverment which reportedly produced evidences againt JuD for its alleged links with Al-Qaida and detained him for the same.Now it says, India has failed to produce the evidences and has released citing lack of evidences given by India.In a more shocking revelation,this group is suspected of having control over Nuclear missiles in Pakistan.

Mohammed Ajmak Amir Kasab,the captured terrorist of LeT,is saying that he has not killed anybody in Mumbai.Meanwhile,India’s external affairs minister, Prenet Kaur has sympathized with rogue state Pakistan, and also said India wants to good relations with Pakistan.I am not sure what does she mean by India and good relations – Sonia & Co? or People of India?More on this indigestible news here.

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