Hindu Statement

Its not a Religious Statement, Its a Cultural Statement!!!

`All means will be used to end terror coming from Pakistan,’ says Pranab

External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Thursday said that India would use all means at its disposal to end terror coming from Pakistan. But coming from a party that is steeped in favoritism, I am assuming that these were the ideas going on in his mind (and the minds of the congress think tank) when the minister made his statement.

  1. Since the terrorists are creating the problem because of Kashmir and Gujarat, we are planning to part with these two states and give them to Pakistan as a mark of friendship.
  2. Also since Himachal is bordering with J&K, we might as well give HP to them, that way they will be very sure that we mean peace.
  3. We will change our constitution to incorporate taliban style laws in India. This way the terrorists will not be offended and there will not be any more blood shed.
  4. All the terrorist (actually we dont call them terrorists, its the right wing) who are languishing in the jails will be released and compensated with land, job and money by the Indian Government.
  5. We are planning to remove the CBSE certification to all CBSE schools and give them only to the madrasas in what will be left out of India.
  6. Also the bangladeshi (illegal) immigrants feel very tired after a walk from their country into West Bengal, so we plan to fly Air India flight’s (for free) to and from various points in Bangladesh to bring the immigrants into India fully rejuvenated.
  7. We do have a plan to give West Bengal to Bangladesh but then the “left wing” is opposing the move as they want to “gift” West Bengal to China. We are in talks with the “left wing” and will decide on it ASAP.
  8. We are also willing to give them land and military training for jihadi operations if they promise not to use the training on Indians (but they will be allowed to use the “right wing” as target practice)

Long Live Italy…Errr Sorry …India

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February 13, 2009 Posted by | Humour, My Views - My Ramble's | , | Leave a comment

Fatwa against BSP’s ‘Jai Bhim’ slogan

Really no comments from me on this one, just laughs.

JAI HIND!! (oops was that blasphemous?)

A leading Islamic seminary has issued a decree declaring the BSP slogan of ‘Jai Bhim’ as un-Islamic and violative of Shariat.

In the fatwa, the Dar-ul Uloom said that the slogan, invoking Dalit leader Bhimrao Ambedkar, was “against the Islamic law as the religion does not permit such a prayer for anyone except Allah”.

The fatwa was issued by chief Mufti Habibur Rehman, Mufti Mehmood and Mufti Zeulislam on Saturday on a query raised by a medico M Mehraj Khan, seminary sources said.

While the decree has sparked concern in the BSP, especially among its Muslim leaders, a cleric from the seminary Asad Madani who recently joined the party said that the slogan was not a “compulsion” for the party workers. Backing the fatwa, Madani said it was based on Shariat law.

February 13, 2009 Posted by | Current Affairs, Free Speech & Thought | , | 1 Comment

But I did not speak out

Found this poem by chance, but then, I guess it stands true.

This poem was originally written by a Jewish poet to describe Jewish failure to recognize Nazis before it was too late. It was modified by an Indian to describe the designs of Islamic terrorism in the Indian-subcontinent since 1947.

First they came for Punjabi / Sindhi / Bangladeshi non-Muslims

But I did not speak out,
Because I was not a Punjabi / Sindhi / Bangladeshi non-Muslim

Then they came for the Kashmiri non-Muslims
And I did not speak out,
Because I was not a Kashmiri non-Muslim

Then they came for the Jammu / Ladakhi non-Muslims
And I did not speak out,
Because I was not a Jammu / Ladakhi non-Muslim

Then they came for the Assamese non-Muslims
And I did not speak out,
Because I was not a Assamese non-Muslim

Then they came for the West Bengali non-Muslims
And I did not speak out,
Because I was not a West Bengali non-Muslim

Then they came for the Nepali non-Muslims
And I did not speak out,
Because I was not a Nepali non-Muslim

Then they came for me,
And there was no one left to speak out for me.

February 13, 2009 Posted by | Free Speech & Thought | , | Leave a comment