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Karachi Violence:850+ died in 3 months..

Posted by The Mindset on October 25, 2013

…and here in India the Muslims are barking like rabid dogs for the last 10 years over the Gujarat riots which were – no prize for guessing – started by Muslims.

It’s really good that Pakis are killing each other. If all Pakis kill each other, the world will become peaceful as the only thing Pakis export is terrorism.

So Pakis Please keep killing each other. That’s the only thing you Pakistanis are good at – murder, muder, murder, kill, kill, kill.

Here is Dawn Report:

KARACHI: As the ban on pillion riding in the city is going to complete its four months, questions are being raised about its effectiveness in view of the failure of law-enforcement agencies to curb targeted killings, in most cases carried out by armed riders, as figures show that more than 850 people were killed during the last three months.

The pillion-riding ban was imposed in the last week of March and since then it has deprived nearly two million Karachiites of their cheap transport facility, forcing them to travel in smoke-emitting and worn-out buses, minibuses, coaches, etc, on a daily basis.

According to a recent report released by the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, 1,726 people were killed in the city during the first six months of 2013 and 853 were targeted between April and June when the ban on pillion-riding was in place.

In April alone, 262 people were killed compared to the 258 killings during the corresponding month last year.

In May, 278 people were killed whereas last year’s death toll during that month was 244. The deadliest month, according to the report, of the first half of the current year was June when 313 people lost their lives compared to 229 killings reported in June 2012.


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Al-Umma Al-Umma operatives say they killed two more BJP leaders in Tamil Nadu

Posted by The Mindset on October 10, 2013

Islam is The Religion of Peace – if you won’t agree the Muslims will kill you. After killing you the modest Muslims wil come to show their “Holy Books”, they will quote their so called holy books to prove that killing is against Islam and what Muslims do has nothing to do with Islam – may be the what Jooz do  has something to do with Islam.

Anyways in the latest ‘accident’  the Religion of Peace followers killed 2 BJP leaders showing how peacefull their religion is. isn’t it

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12 Year old Hindu boy kidnapped and burned alive by Muslims in India

Posted by The Mindset on October 2, 2013


(Victim: Vidhu Jain)


A 12-year-old schoolboy was burnt alive in broad daylight on Monday in Punjab’s Malerkotla township, trigerring local protests that blocked the highway connecting Ludhiana and Patiala. Malerkotla is a Muslim-dominated area in Punjab.

The boy, identified as Vidhu Jain, was on his way to his brothers’ schools to drop his lunch box that he had forgotten home. In an unexpected turn, suspects kidnapped the boy and then poured petrol on his body before setting him on fire. He was brought to the local hospital with 100 percent burns and died.

The incident took place at around noon on Monday. The police say that the motive is being probed. Angry relatives and locals ransacked buses and blocked the highways in protest. The shopkeepers at Malerkotla and Dhuri observed complete shut down after the incident. No arrests have been made so far while investigations are underway.
The crime, sources said, could have also been committed for ransom. The family of the boy runs a departmental store in the township.
Hindustan Times reported:
Following a recent argument over a kite string, two people burnt alive the 12-year-old son of a kite seller at Malerkotla in Sangrur district on Monday morning.

Vidhu Jain, a resident of Chota Chowk, received 100% burns and succumbed to them on his way to a private hospital in Ludhiana.

The incident took place around 11.30 am when Vidhu, a student of Class 7 at AS Jain School, was reportedly going to hand over the lunch box to his younger brother at Basant Valley School.

SSP Mandeep Singh Sidhu said shopkeepers saw Vidhu, who was ablaze, running down the market lane and screaming in Nawab Da Bagh area and doused the fire.

“The boy was in a serious condition when the police reached the spot. In the presence of the police and his father Naveen Jain, Vidhu said two persons forcibly took him to an under-construction colony and set him ablaze,” Sidhu said, adding that one of the assailants was “purportedly minor”.
A scorch mark apparently left on the ground after the boy was doused in fuel and set alight on a building site

A scorch mark apparently left on the ground after the boy was doused in fuel and set alight on a building site

“According to the boy’s statement, he could not identify the two but could recognise them as he had had a heated argument with them over the kite string three days ago,” the SSP said.

“The boy told his father that the argument had taken place in the presence of their servant who was present at the shop, Sidhu said, adding that the police were trying to locate the servant who was missing after the incident.

The shopkeepers rushed the boy to a local hospital, where he was referred to the Ludhiana hospital, where doctors declared him brought dead.

As the word spread, people from all communities gathered and blocked the Ludhiana-Malerkotla and Patiala-Malerkotla roads. They also ransacked five buses and damaged a few two-wheelers. The police resorted to a mild lathicharge to disperse the protesters, who demanded the immediate arrest of the accused.

Ruling out the possibility of it being a communal attack, the SSP said they hoped to arrest the accused at the earliest. “Though a few people are trying to give it a communal colour, there was nothing of the sort,” he said.
(Residents protesting after the incident in Malerkotla. Bharat Bhushan/HT)

(Residents protesting after the incident in Malerkotla. Bharat Bhushan/HT)

Meanwhile, shopkeepers at Malerkotla and Dhuri observed a complete shutdown after the incident and joined the protest. Heavy police force from Barnala and Patiala districts was called in to avoid any untoward incident.

“The situation is tense but under control,” the SSP said.
Hindustan Times Report

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