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Excerpt from Where's Gujarati conscience?

By Kuldip Nayar, Special to Gulf News

 

 

 

The BJP should feel humiliated, if not ashamed, of what has overtaken the government in Gujarat. Hardly does a day pass when a skeleton does not come out of the state Chief Minister Narendra Modi's cupboard or dug up from one place or the other. The latest is that the Gujarat government has admitted before the Supreme Court bench about a fake encounter. One of its officials has reconstructed the incident after the court's order and found it was a murder. It was courageous of the official to bring the whole thing to light despite government pressure. One Muslim lady accompanying her husband - both were killed in November 2005 - was hacked to pieces and her body burnt. And the police which did this hailed the act as desh bhakti (the country's love).

 

The account of the fake encounter is not the only one to tell that Gujarat administration has ceased to follow the norms of a democratic state. There is hardly any report which does not mention the deliberate killings of Muslims in the 2002 riots and their deplorable plight after having been ousted from their homes and lands. Human rights activists say that a climate of alienation and fear has seen deliberately fostered among the Muslim minority since the violence. The alienation has been corroborated by the findings by the Sachar Committee, a central government-appointed high level panel, mandated to look into the "social, economic and educational status of the Muslim community in the country."

 

In its latest newsletter, Amnesty International says: "Five years on, the Government of Gujarat remains unrepentant for its failings to protect the Muslim minority and to ensure that victims obtain justice, truth and reparations." The newsletter further adds: "The complete failure of the Government of Gujarat - itself accused of direct complicity in the violence which left over 2,000 people dead - is further evident in its persistent unrepentant attitude, as shown in their non-recognition of those still internally displaced by violence and by its failure to provide basic amenities to "relief colonies".

 

Lawless

 

If people are killed or ousted from their homes in the name of religion, the state is nothing but a lawless territory where religious buccaneers roam as headhunters.

 

Take the fake encounter. The three police officers involved were arrested only when the finger of suspicion was directed at the government. In fact, this is a case of vicarious responsibility. When the government headed by Modi reportedly "directs" them to indulge in "the patriotic act" the chief minister and the cabinet are responsible for it. The BJP leaders still pretend to be ignorant of Modi's administrative activism against Muslims. But that is natural because Modi's acts fit into the anti-Muslim policy of the RSS-controlled party.

 

There was nothing wrong in the demand for the CBI inquiry although the set-up is only a central government department. Why doesn't the Congress suggest President's rule in Gujarat? What more should happen in the state to indicate that the constitutional machinery to protect the minorities has broken down? Many state governments have been dismissed in the past on lesser grounds. It appears that the BJP is trying to duplicate the Modi policy in the two other states, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, it is ruling.

 

There is a case for taking stern steps against the BJP which mixes politics with religion. Our secular polity has no place for it. The bill which the centre proposes to bring before parliament talks about banning religious parties. But what about those which operate under non-religious names, but are religious in appeal, like the BJP? Eminent educationist Amrik Singh has brought out a book, Hindu and Muslim Divide in India, to discuss the same question. He comes to the conclusion that the RSS has revived its 1925 agenda of polarisation, when the organisation came into being.

 

He argues that the BJP which is a political arm of the RSS has intensified its efforts to widen the gap between Hindus and Muslims because it finds the two communities coming nearer to each other despite the BJP agenda.

 

I recall when I attended Mahatma Gandhi's prayer meeting soon after reaching Delhi from Sialkot in Pakistan he said that "Hindus and Muslims are my two eyes." How does Modi's government or, for that matter, the BJP's parochialism measure up to that observation?

 

None from the Gujarati community on the whole, living in India or abroad, has ever raised his voice against the lawless and soulless state. Their conscience does not prick over the violence in 2002 because they believe that after the "burning of some sewaks" on a train at Godhara which itself is proved that it was done by their own people, everything that the Modi government does is justified. They burned muslims alive , passed bulldozers over them . Every Gujarati, man or woman, must introspect and hail either Nathuram Godse who killed Mahatma Gandhi or denounce the Modi government to uphold the honour of Gandhiji. The rest is a matter between the Gujaratis and their conscience.

 

Kuldip Nayar is a former Indian High Commissioner to the UK and a former Rajya Sabha MP.

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May Allah ease the pain and suffering of the oppressed in Gujarat...

 

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the state of the muslims in gujrat sounds like hell from these reports. i hope they get protecttion. :j:

 

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May Allah grant paradise and station of matyrdom to those who died helpless because of this barbaric cleansing acts of government and police

 

 

I would quote few translated verses from surah mutaffifin for those believers oppressed by such disbelievers , Day of Judgement is not far

 

 

Surah Mutaffifin 83

 

34. But this Day (the Day of Resurrection) those who believe will laugh at the disbelievers

 

35. On (high) thrones, looking (at all things).

 

36. Are not the disbelievers paid (fully) for what they used to do?

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Well in media here we come to know only about iraq and palestine.

 

May Allah help muslims everywhere

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Hindu policemen conspired with Hindu terrorists massacring innocent and defenseless Muslims in Gujerat, India.

 

Modi: Architect of Gujarat Genocide. State and Police Complicity

 

May 03, 2002. Hindustan Times (India).

Cops admit killing more Muslims

 

Gujarat Police has finally admitted that it killed more Muslims than Hindus in its

ostensible attempts to stop what was clearly targeted Hindu violence against Muslims. Of the 184 people who died in police firing since the violence began, 104 are Muslims, says a report drafted by Gujarat Police. The statistic substantiates the allegation of riot victims from virtually every part of the state that not only did the local police not do anything to stop the Hindu mobs; they actually turned their guns on the helpless Muslim victims.

 

September 11, 2003. Indian Express (India).

Manoj Mitta.Raped, child & family killed, she’s told take a walk

 

NEW DELHI, SEPTEMBER 10: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and his sympathisers will find it hard to dismiss Harish Salve as a ‘‘pseudo-secularist’’ whining over the riots. The former Solicitor-General defended Modi in the Supreme Court when he wanted early elections soon after the violence. And just this week, Salve was the counsel for the Modi government arguing against bail to the Godhra accused.

 

But in a stinging rebuff to the Gujarat government, Salve has refused to appear for it against the National Human Rights Commission in the Best Bakery case which comes up in the Supreme Court on Friday. Instead, Salve has taken up the case of a 22-year-old woman called Bilkis Yakub Rasool, a case which NHRC chief Justice A S Anand referred to him and in which the Gujarat government was put on notice by the Supreme Court two days ago.

 

‘‘I took up her case because it represents the failure of the system,’’ Salve told The Indian Express, ‘‘the failure of the police and of the courts in Gujarat...When Justice Anand asked me to appear in this matter, I went through the records and decided to fight this injustice.’’

 

The records tell a horrifying story. Of how a woman, five months pregnant, was raped and saw 14 of her family killed, including her three-year-old daughter. And her two sisters, mother and two brothers. Of how the court closed her case without giving her a hearing— despite a senior police officer putting on record serious ‘‘shortcomings’’ in the investigation.

What makes it more compelling is that these records aren’t NGO statements or lawyers’ arguments but official Gujarat police records culled out by the NHRC, in a brief, a copy of which is with The Indian Express.

These records say:

• On March 3, 2002, Bilkis, then five months pregnant, was on the run with 16family members after violence broke out in their Singwad village in Dahod. Eight women in the group, including Bilkis, were raped in a forest. Bilkis lost consciousness.

• When she woke up, Bilkis found she was naked, injured and alone amid the bodies of her relatives. She spent the night in the forest and the next morning she came across a tribal woman who gave her a ghagra to wear.

• She then walked up to the road from where she was taken in a police jeep to the Limkheda police station.

• It was then that Bilkis lodged an FIR. The police conducted an inquest on March 5 with three independent witnesses who examined the crime scene and recovered seven bodies. The inquest report confirmed, in chilling

detail, evidence of rape.

• The next day, March 6, she named the accused in a statement recorded before a Godhra magistrate. On March 7,

she lodged a second FIR naming three people who she says raped her.

• On April 24, 2002, a forensic report confirmed that Bilkis was raped.

• Yet, instead of arresting the persons accused by Bilkis and filing a chargesheet, the police submitted a final report

to the court in January this year saying ‘‘the offence is true but undetected.’’

• This despite the fact that in November 2002, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Limkheda division, R S Bhagora, pointed out serious ‘‘shortcomings’’ in the case papers. Bhagora noted that the forensic report confirmed Bilkis was raped and yet no medical examination was done of the accused she had named. ‘‘You are directed to take lawful steps against the accused after conducting detailed investigation into the offence.’’

• That didn’t happen. Instead, the police filed a final report in January 2003 telling the court that ‘‘in the absence of any evidence and independent proof against the accused named in the complaint... no action has been taken.’’

• The police claimed that Bilkis had given ‘‘contradictory statements.’’ And that in the first FIR she said she hadn’t

been raped. However, in an interview to The Indian Express (see story), Bilkis claims that she did name names in the first FIR itself but the police didn’t record them. That she was raped was subsequently confirmed in the forensic report.

• The police also disbelieved the names mentioned by her because they are ‘‘respectable persons in the village.’’

• On March 25, 2003, the magistrate of Limkheda allowed the police to put Bilkis’s complaint in cold storage without giving her a hearing.

 

Hence, a writ petition filed by Bilkis asked the Supreme Court to set aside the magistrate’s order and direct the CBI to investigate the case afresh. The petition also sought a direction to take action against the police officials found to have abused their powers.

 

When the petition came up for hearing on Monday, Salve recalled the law laid down by the Supreme Court in 1996 that in cases of sexual molestation, minor contradictions or insignificant discrepancies should not be a ground for closing the investigation and that conviction can be founded on the sole testimony of the victim.

 

August 18, 2004. Indian Express (India). Stavan Desai.

Post-Godhra: Cops shut half the cases

AHMEDABAD, AUGUST 17:

 

Among the over 2,000 post-Godhra riot cases to be reviewed by police officers on Supreme Court orders are many cases in which prominent leaders and local policemen have been named. Most cases relate to murder, arson, rioting and illegal possession and use of firearms.

 

The figures, and the grounds given by police for closing cases:

• Of the 4,252 post-Godhra cases registered across the state, 2,108 have been closed. z In closing 2,032 cases, police have said that the complaint is correct, but the accused have not been found. z In 55 cases, police have said that the facts stated in the complaint are true but no offence was found to have been committed. z Only in 21 closed cases has the police found the complaint to be false in part or in full. In many of these closed cases, it was police who initiated the complaint and filed FIR.

 

Among prominent cases in which the prosecution hasn’t appealed against acquittal are:

• Fourteen Muslims hiding in the fields of Kidiad were massacred on March 3, 2002. A case was filed at Malpur police station, Sabarkantha district. More than 30 accused were acquitted as prosecution failed to establish their

involvement.

• At Pandarwada, nine Muslims were killed on March 1, 2002. Among those accused — and later acquitted— was Kalubhai Maliwada, a local BJP leader. A year after the acquittal, the prosecution is yet to file appeal. Maliwada is also accused in another case in which more than 80 people were burnt alive in two vehicles .

 

And some cases closed by police are:

• Five survivors of the Naroda Patiya massacre had filed an FIR on March 18, 2002, that among those who led the mob that attacked their homes were VHP leader Dr Jaideep Patel and local MLA Maya Kodnani. Police informed the court on September 9, 2002, that the main complainant had stated that he no longer remembers Patel and Kodnani’s presence in the mob.

• Himmatnagar PS inspector P.I. Chavda had filed an FIR on March 3, 2002, that a mob of 1,500 had set fire to several Muslim houses. One man was killed. The case was closed on September 23, 2002, on the ground that the accused could not be found.

• On March 1, 2002, Vasad police filed an FIR that a mob had attacked Muslims , killing one. The case was closed on August 29, 2002, on the ground that the accused hadn’t been identified.

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Assalamu alaykum

 

The Imams of Haramain sharifain should be allowed to do dua for Indian Muslims in Friday sermons and during Ramadhan Taraweeh salah.

 

shukran

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Assalamu alaykum

 

The Imams of Haramain sharifain should be allowed to do dua for Indian Muslims in Friday sermons and during Ramadhan Taraweeh salah.

 

shukran

 

 

I guess they are allowed to do dua only for arab countries and chechyna. iraq wa falestine

Problem is no one is aware of situation of muslim in this very particular place of india

 

May Allah ease suffering of indian muslim people of that area and all other places whereever muslims are suffering

 

Ameen !

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^^^ for sure, im a gujirati and i dont know theres any on going problem in gujarat :sl:

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For those of you who didnt get the news of gujarat riots during 2002 due to biased media, I have attached google video. Trust me you wouldn't be able to watch the whole video. May Allah(swt) make things easy for my brothers and sisters in Islam.

 

 

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^^^ for sure, im a gujirati and i dont know theres any on going problem in gujarat :sl:

 

 

MY COMMENT:

 

The Gujarat Massacre refers to incidents that took place in the state of Gujarat in India in the year 2002 during which the Hindus and Hindu policemen terrorized, tortured, raped , murdered and massacred thousands of innocent and defenseless Muslim babies, toddlers, children, women, elderly people, unarmed men etc. The Gujarat Massacre was planned and execeuted by Hindu politicians and the state government.

 

Human rights groups believe that the death tolls were high, in the upwards of 1000 and up to 2000. The Congress Research Service (CRS) under the U.S. House of Congress, also places the figure at "up to 2000, mostly Muslim".Tens of thousands were displaced from their homes because of the violence. Only after the violence subsided in the month of May did a significant fraction of the displaced returned to the affected regions.

 

Several international news media agencies, governments, non-governmental organizations and human rights advocacy groups such as Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International have reported on the riots. Some of them have referred to the incidents as a "massacre". They have also been critical of the Gujarat government's responses, to the point of alleging their complicity in the riots. Organizations such as Human Rights Watch further critisize the Indian government for failure to address the resulting humanitarian condition of people, "overwhelming majority of them Muslim",who fled their homes for relief camps in the aftermath of the event.

 

Attacks on Muslims

In Naroda, according to Human Rights Watch, at least 65 Muslims were killed, many of them women who were sexually assaulted by violent mobs. One of the witnesses stated before the Nanavati commission that that BJP leader Maya Kodnani, Bajrang Dal leader Babu Bajrangi and others had led mobs on February 28 last year in the Naroda-Patia area.

 

A high profile case involved an Ex-Congress MP who was surrounded by Hindu Mobs while many other Muslim residents in the area took shelter in his compound. Ehsaan was believed to have contacted the local police stations, MPs of the area as well as the Chief Minister Modi to save the people from the ever increasing mob. However, no police reinforcement had reached his place and few policemen present were ineffective and unwilling to control the violent mob." Eventually he was burnt to death, along with fifty others.

 

Arundhati Roy, in her articles, made several claims about the details of the situation in Gujarat at the time , particularly regarding the murder of former Congress MP Iqbal Ehsaan Jaffery where she said that his daughters were raped and burnt by a mob which eventually killed at least 150 persons. BJP MP Balbir Punj did not deny the killing of 150 persons in this incident.

 

During the night of 1 March 2002, 14 people, including women and children, were killed. Out of the 14 who died, 3 were Hindus. Despite repeated phone calls to the local police, a police vehicle reportedly only drove by once but none of the police officers took any steps to stop the attack, which lasted through the night.

 

Kausar Bano was nine months into pregnancy when on February 28, 2002, 500 strong armed mob stormed into their house at Naroda Patia. Her womb was allegedly cut open with swords and the fetus was burnt along with herself and 7 other members of her family of 12. Bilkis Yakoob Rasool was six month pregnant when, on March 3, 2002, a mob attacked their house in Randhikpur village located in Dahod district and gang-raped her while killing 14 of her closest relatives. She was left for dead but she survived. During the trial for these crimes , she subsequently identified 20 of the accused including 6 policemen in an ongoing trial.

 

Qutubuddin Ansari is a Gujarati Muslim tailor who made headlines India-wide after being photographed pleading a Hindu mob for his life during the riots. He later left Gujarat and settled in Calcutta, at the behest of West Bengal's ruling CPI(M) government.

 

Role of government and police

 

The Modi led state government was reprimanded at various levels including the National Parliament, Supreme Court and internationally.

 

According to New York Times reporter Celia Dugger, witnesses were "dismayed by the lack of intervention from local police", who often "watched the events taking place and took no action against the attacks on Muslims and their property".

 

The United States Department of State in its International Religious Freedom Report 2003 stated:

 

“ The Gujarat state government and the police were criticized for failing to stop the violence, and in some cases participating in or encouraging it. NGOs report that police were implicated directly in nearly all the attacks against Muslims in Gujarat, and in some cases, NGOs contend, police officials encouraged the mob. The Government dispatched the NHRC to investigate the attacks against Muslims, but the NHRC's findings that the attacks against Muslims "was a comprehensive failure on the part of the state government to control the persistent violation of rights of life, liberty, equality, and dignity of the people of the state," led to widespread criticism in the Hindu community and allegations of government partiality. ”

 

Role of Hindu nationalist organisations

 

Some independent reports have blamed the Sangh Parivar organisations to be responsible for orchestrating the riots. These organisations include the RSS, VHP, Bajrang Dal and affiliated organisations. Some believe the Sangh Parivar launched a campaign against Muslims and to a lesser extent the Christians in Gujarat.

 

The People's Union of Civil Liberties allege that pamphlets were in circulation by the Sangh Parivar which could have ignited the violence further. Peoples Union of Civil Liberties is an Indian Civil Rights group along the lines of the American Civil Liberties Union that enumerated the list of these alleged documents. They also reported that that there are "elements of economic boycott" against the Muslim community in most areas of Gujarat.

 

 

 

Reference:

 

^ "Talibanization" and "Saffronization" in India,hir.harvard.edu

^ Why is Narendra Modi in Wembley?,The Guardian

^ India Shining, Communal Darkness,pucl######

^ India's Calculated Ethnic Violence

^ Communal violence and nuclear stand-off

^ India in crisis

^ (you are not allowed to post links yet)"http://######fpc.state.gov/documents/organization/61525.pdf"]######fpc.state.gov/documents/organization/61525.pdf[/url] India-U.S. Relations

^ Riot witness names MLA

^ National Human Rights Commission report

^ Gujarat state fails to protect women from violence

^ The tragedy of Bilkis Banu,Rediff######

^ International Religious Freedom Report 2003. By the United States Department of State. Retrieved on April 19, 2007.

^ 254 Hindus, 790 Muslims killed in post-Godhra riots,Indiainfo######

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India: Gujarat Massacre Cases Sabotaged

 

Human Rights Watch

 

01 July, 2003

 

The ringleaders of massacres committed in 2002 are still roaming free in Gujarat, Human Rights Watch charged in a new report released today.

 

The 70-page report, Compounding Injustice: The Government's Failure to Redress Massacres in Gujarat, examines the record of state authorities in holding perpetrators accountable and providing humanitarian relief to victims of state-supported massacres of Muslims in February and March 2002.

 

Human Rights Watch urged the federal government to take over cases of large-scale massacres where the state government has sabotaged investigations. On June 27, a Gujarat state court acquitted twenty-one people accused of burning alive twelve Muslims in a bakery in Vadodara. Thirty-five of the seventy-three witnesses reportedly retracted in court the statements they had given to the police identifying the attackers.

 

"The government's record on the massacres is appalling," said Smita Narula, senior researcher for Human Rights Watch and author of the report. "Sixteen months after the beginning of the violence, not a single person has been convicted

 

Although the Indian government initially boasted of thousands of arrests following the attacks, most of those arrested have since been acquitted, released on bail with no further action taken, or simply let go. Police regularly downgrade serious charges to lesser crimes - from murder or rape to rioting, for example - and alter victims' statements to delete the names of the accused.

 

Even when cases reach trial, Muslim victims face biased prosecutors and judges. Hindu and Muslim lawyers representing Muslim victims, and doctors providing medical relief to them, have also faced harassment and threats.

 

Hundreds of women and girls were brutally raped, mutilated, and burnt to death in Gujarat. The police have refused to pursue these cases.

 

In numerous instances, and in an effort to cover up their own

participation in the violence, the police have instituted false cases

against men and women injured in police shootings.

 

Living conditions for more than 100,000 people displaced by the violence continue to be grossly inadequate. For months they resided in makeshift relief camps with little support from the state. By the end of October 2002, the government had closed most of the camps, forcing some families back into neighborhoods where their attackers still live and where their security is continuously threatened. Most people interviewed by Human Rights Watch received negligible amounts to compensate for the destruction of their homes, ranging from a few hundred to a few thousand rupees, or less than one hundred dollars.

 

Hindu nationalist groups continue to arm civilians in Gujarat and many other Indian states. Instead of cracking down on these groups, the Gujarat state Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government has included the distribution of arms as part of its election manifesto.

 

In December 2002, the BJP won by a landslide in Gujarat state elections. Using posters and videotapes of the Godhra massacre, and rhetoric that depicted Muslims as terrorists intent on destroying the Hindu community, the party gained the most seats in areas affected by the communal violence.

 

In states that go to the polls later this year, such as Rajasthan and

Madhya Pradesh, potentially explosive campaigns are already in full swing. Members of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (World Hindu Council, VHP) are distributing weapons similar to those used in Gujarat, as well as literature depicting Muslims as sexual deviants and terrorists. Members of both communities live in fear that a simple altercation could become the pretext for large-scale violence.

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For Human Rights Watch's original report on the 2002 massacres of Muslims and Hindus in Gujarat, "We Have No Orders to Save You," please see (you are not allowed to post links yet)"http://######hrw######/reports/2002/india/"]######hrw######/reports/2002/india/[/url].

 

Testimony from the report Compounding Injustice: The Government's Failure to Redress Massacres in Gujarat

 

Khalid Noor Mohammed Sheikh lost nine family members in the February 2002 massacre in Naroda Patia, Ahmedabad, including his pregnant thirty-year-old daughter Kauser Bano. Her belly was cut open and the fetus was pulled out and hacked to pieces before she was killed:

 

I took [my daughter] Kauser to the hospital for delivery the day before the attack. She was ready to deliver. But the doctor said there was time and to come back in the morning. But there was no morning after. By then it was all over. And the tragedy is that the people who ripped my daughter's child out of her body and killed her are walking about freely. Why does it have to be this way?. Please make every effort that the criminals get punished. Even if they don't get punished a lot, they should at least get punished a little.. They keep going on about Muslim terrorists, but who are the terrorists? Those who torture Muslims so much should be punished a bit. In a family of nine, I am the only survivor. Whom should I live for now?

 

R. Bibi's thirty-six-year-old son was killed by the police in Naroda

Patia:

 

A lot happened that day. The crowds came. Everything was destroyed. We didn't know what was going on, that something was going to happen. We were just doing our work. Suddenly there was an attack. They were raping women. Then they were killing them, burning them and cutting them up into pieces. The police killed my son. They shot him.. The government tells us to bring proof when we go to ask for [compensation].. My life

was taken away when they shot my son. Everything has been taken away and now they want evidence, where will I get the body from? I wasn't even able to see his body.. They stole everything, they burnt everything, they killed people, and [Rs. 1,250 (U.S.$27)] is all we got. Now my daughters go and do housework in other people's homes. They wash dishes, they sweep and clean.. We find some way to fill our stomachs. Somehow we

have to survive.. It's too much. Even now we have no relief.

 

Nishith Acharya is a volunteer at the Akshardham cultural complex in Gandhinagar and was an eyewitness to the September 2002 massacre of Hindus there:

 

They threw something inside, a grenade, into the bookstore. By God's grace it did not explode in the bookstore. One middle-aged lady tried to come out. They fired on her, and she was immediately killed. They started moving ahead and went to the podium. I had no weapons and no one in the campus had weapons [so as] to preserve the sanctity of the place.. They threw a grenade inside [an exhibition hall]. It exploded and they started firing on the public. Many people were injured. There

were many casualties.. People were killed there also. One volunteer opened all the doors to let the people out. So they threw a grenade at the entrance part and did firing also. Maximum casualties were there.. The room was full of blood.

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It seems like everywhere you turn there are Muslims being slaughtered and oppressed. I pray that God relieve us of our suffering soon and punish the oppressors.

 

 

Isn't there a Hadith that says that the group of Mujahideen that fight the pagans in India will be amongst the best in Jannah? I can understand why after watching those videos.

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Assalamu alaykum

 

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^^^ for sure, im a gujirati and i dont know theres any on going problem in gujarat :sl:

 

There is still fear in the minds of muslims in Gujarat. Still the police is arresting muslim youths and taking them to unknown destinations. Muslims are not allowed to come back to their houses and start their shops in hindu dominated areas. The culprits are moving freely and threatening the muslims to withdraw their complaints. In Gujarat problems do exists for muslims.

 

Do not forget in duas for these muslims.

 

shukran

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During the Gujerat Massacre. the Hindus and the Hindus policemen terrorized, tortured, raped, murdered and massacred thousands of innocent and defenseless Muslims. After thousands of Muslims were massacred by Hindus, the Muslims fought and killed some Hindu terrorists but the Hindus slandered the Muslims by accusing the Muslims of committing massacre of Hindus. Please remember that Muslims are the minority in India while the Hindus are the majority so Muslims have no capabality to attack and massacre Hindus in Gujerat. After all the Hindu policemen always supported the Hindu terrorists.

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pagans of india area of gujarat are really bad and zaalim :sl:

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According to the Human Right reports, Hindus are persecuting and terrorizing Muslims and Christians in India. In the Gujerat , the Hindus terrorists who were supported by Hindu policemen and the state government had mercilessly massacred thousands of innocent and defenseless Muslim infants, babies, toddlers, children, women, elderly people , unarmed men etc in cold blood. In Kasmir, we see the Indian soldiers and policemen terrorizing, torturing, raping, murdering and massacring innocent and defenseless Muslims because Kashmir is a Muslim nation !

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How is the situation in Gujarat now, if anyone knows?

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alhamdullilah overall it is fine now in major cities and areas but we cannot say for certain areas it depends on police and hindu mob of that area.

 

But to tell you all frankly condition for gujarat is just ignition one spark and you cannot say full gujarat can start burning again.

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