6 killed in protest over desecration of ‘holy book’ in UP

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  1. KS

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    6 killed in protest over desecration of ‘holy book’ in UP | Niti Central

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    Welcome to the budding Islamic republic of India. :frusty:
     
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    Police didn’t use other methods, opened fire at crowd in Ghaziabad: Jamiat leader | TwoCircles.net

    These rogues arre now asking for 25 lakh compensation and look at their guts justifying the violence as their natural reaction !. Moreover its clear that the police only fired after they were pelted upon by stones by the arsonists. Well done. These fanatics needed to be made an example of.
     
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    Read what the secular CM of UP had to say:

    After 65 years of partition and 1000 yrs or persecution this is the condition of the nation left for Hindus to survive!

    Islam is causing ruckus wherever it likes, bombing and terrorism has become a norm.....Police and law rendered useless to favor Islam.....What are we becoming a Dhimmi state because Con-gress and secularists wants us to become dhimmis or are we heading towards another 1947 situation as we can again observe con-gress and its secular / anti-Hindu ways of 1947?

    If Islam and its activities are not crushed with an Iron fist then In another 10-20 yrs India is going to be another hotbed of Jihad and a banana republic, and all the elite class politicians, mediamen, intellectuals, other corrupt people and their families would have bailed out to the west!
     
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    That part is so true. The first to escape would be these bleeding hearts.
     
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    When ever you give an inch some people will take a mile. To me it seems that way with muslims.
     
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    As if it is only the Islamic nutjobs who do this. India's retards are not restricted to only one religion.
     
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    Yes I think its only the Islamic nutjobs who indulge in this kind.
     
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    As I recall, a certain MF Hussain had his art gallery vandalized by non-Islamic nutjobs. ;) A Mumbai cricket ground got dug up by certain non-Islamists, and countless other examples.
     
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    But when you point that out, you become a "sickularist." :troll:
     
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    I had said this earlier, and am saying it now - the Russians and Chinese sure know how to tackle extremism.
     
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    MF hussain art gallery incident equalent to protest against innocent of muslims film but there no one got killed and mumbai cricket ground may because of pakistan so it is not related to religion.Just imagine some portraying allah like mf hussain did ,then you can see blood bath.For messenger itself these
    people protesting all over world and our country would be only one to protest from outside islamic country.Protesting for the film is
    okay but doest mean they can block road and destroy or kill people who are not even related to the incident.This is alarming trend as first one vandalised mf hussain work as he drawn nude picture of god ,yes even if someone draws picture of allah or jesus then
    it cannot be tolerated but doest mean you can destroy public and people's property after finshing friday morning prayers.The people involved are common people including children who are using mosques are planning place for riots and violence but temples were never allowed for any non-islamic parties to gather or plan .See just few pages torn is making such scale of violence and you people
    are supporting it in the name of secularism .
     
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    for outsider religions, just make sure they teach a standardized mainstream version.

    the real trouble, comes from ultra-fundamentalists who decide to teach a very "extreme" version of their religion. usually they will form their own churches or mosques that are separate from the mainstream, in order to teach these versions.

    the problem is these extreme versions can become very popular, due to their nature. it has to be stopped before it spreads.
     
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    You are probably referring to East Turkestan. To be honest, the government of PRC is the outsider in East Turkestan. Sure, even Islam arrived at some point, so it might be an outsider, but it arrived first. I do agree that a standardized and moderate version must be taught.

    True.

    Agree. That is why I said, be strict with extremism, but extremism is not the same thing as outsider religion.
     
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    fine. i was just trying to give friendly advice, not asking you to attack my country's territorial integrity.

    your friend was concerned about losing the demographic advantage in india to another religion. if that was not a real concern then i won't waste more time.

    (and for the record, we were in xinjiang before 60 BC, long before the islamic religion was born).
     
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    ^^

    Ok, point noted.
     
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    If people are so sensetive to these issues, please restrict circulation of such books and keep it in safe custody, as sooner or later some is going play mischief and someone else will pay with his life.
     
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    Restricting the circulation of religious books will be opposed as well because it will be equal to restricting freedom of religion :).
    Some people want it both ways. It is impractical anyhow.

    People can get excited due to any issue under the sun. We cannot go after such root causes just because our police can't handle the protestors.
    This was purely a law and order problem and our police (and our judicial system) was not capable of dealing with it. Nothing unusual sadly.
     
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    The newspaper mentions 'holy book'.

    It does not amplify which holy book.
     
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    These kind of things can happen and will happen in states with 'secular' governments like UP, Assam etc.
    Wherever 'communal' governments exist, the 'minorities' are taught a 'lesson' of humility and they thereafter integrate with the mainstream and prosper thereby almost nullifying the chances of similar incidents recurring.
     

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