Hindu mob kills Muslim Man for allegedly eating Beef 8 arrested

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  1. blue marlin

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    BISARA, India (AP) — Indian police arrested eight people and were searching for two more Wednesday after villagers allegedly beat a Muslim farmer to death and severely injured his son upon hearing rumours that the family was eating beef — a taboo for many among India's majority Hindu population.

    The mob of about 60 Hindus became incensed when a temple announced that the family had been slaughtering cows and storing the beef in their house in Bisara, a village about 45 kilometers (25 miles) southeast of the Indian capital of New Delhi, said District Magistrate Nagendra Pratap Singh.

    He said the mob dragged 52-year-old Mohammad Akhlaq and his son from their home Monday night and beat them with sticks and bricks. Akhlaq was declared dead at a nearby hospital, while his son was being treated for serious injuries.

    Since Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a Hindu nationalist, took office last year, hard-line Hindus have been demanding that India ban beef sales — a key industry for many within India's poor, minority Muslim community. In many Indian states, the slaughtering of cows and selling of beef are either restricted or banned.

    For Hindus, cows are worshipped as sacred, and many of the animals are often seen wandering unchecked around big-city neighborhoods and on highways during rush hour.

    Opposition lawmaker Shashi Tharoor said in a Twitter message that the "horrific killing shows this meat bigotry has gone out of control," and that Indians should be "free to eat what they want."

    Tensions had been building in the village, where nearly 40 percent of the 1,500 residents are Muslim, after some Hindus complained that their cows and buffaloes were going missing, Singh said. On Wednesday, police were patrolling the village, where most residents were sitting quietly outside their homes.

    When police arrested the suspects on Tuesday, a group of protesters attacked the officers and their vehicles, forcing police to open fire, according to local newspapers including The Indian Express. One 20-year-old man was reportedly injured, the paper said, without elaborating.

    The eight suspects in custody were charged with murder and rioting, Singh said. Police are searching for two more suspects in the area.

    Akhlaq's 46-year-old brother, Jan Mohammad Saifi, said the family was baffled by the attack.

    "My brother was singled out. Why were we targeted? We don't eat beef," he said, blaming a local hard-line Hindu organization for inciting the violence. "They announced our family had slaughtered a cow in the village, and that provoked people to attack our home."

    Akhlaq's daughter, Sajida, said the family had mutton in the refrigerator, and not beef, according to The Indian Express. Police said they have sent samples of meat taken from Akhlaq's home to a laboratory to determine whether the meat is from a goat or a cow.

    The attack occurred just days after the Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha, when Muslim families in India traditionally slaughter a goat, though in other countries cows and camels are also offered as sacrifices.

    Uttar Pradesh has ordered an investigation into the incident, state official Alok Ranjan said.
     
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  3. ArmchairGeneral

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    For shame, UP. For shame. This man with an air force son is more of a "nationalist" than any of those goondas
     
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    whr invaders hv been eulogised, heroes binned!!
    two very shameful parts to this - the killing, and the usual merchants trying to 'make a killing' out of the bloody incident.
     
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    @sob you killed someone? Damn man!

    Correct the title
     
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    No cow is worth the death of a man!
    I believe this crime was motivated under some other pretext, most likely to scare and drive the family away to usurp their land.
     
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    And where did you read this? the daily mail?
     
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    UP, the basket case of India .
     
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    These type of incidents are really insane.
     
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    It's reported verbatim by Guardian. Want to know why these pos didn't report the Rotherham rape case as Muslim rapists rape Christian white underage children in Rotherham. islamist dogs:rolleyes:
     
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    Correction, Islamist Bastards.
     
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    The hypocrisy of the leftist whores is astounding isn't it?

    Anyway, my problem is not with how they reported this incident, but how they reported the Rotherham rape case
     
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    The Britards are smart that way.

    Report in full communal overtones when it's about Muslims elsewhere while quietly implementing counter terrorism measures in their own yard.

    UK Muslims & extremism -1: Teachers to spy on Muslim pupils under new counter-terror law

    http://www.firstpost.com/world/uk-m...ils-under-new-counter-terror-law-2450810.html

    British schoolchildren have just started on a new academic session; and while, on the face of it, it is business as usual Muslim pupils will need to watch out. For there will now be a Big Brother in the classroom keeping a watchful eye on them for what they say and do.

    And if what they say and do is not to BB’s liking they risk being criminalised thanks to a new controversial law requiring school and college teachers effectively to spy on their Muslim students for signs of radicalisation. Those suspected of being at risk will be referred to the government’s de-radicalisation watchdog, Channel, which includes police.

    The law, which is part of the government’s counter-terrorism strategy innocuously called, 'Prevent', places a legal obligation on educational institutions to have "due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism". This includes ensuring that children are not able to access extremist material on the internet "including by establishing appropriate levels of filtering".

    What critics find particularly controversial is that it broadens the definition of extremism to include any action that may “create an atmosphere conducive to terrorism and popularise views which terrorists exploit”. There are fears that children could be branded extremists and criminalised for simply exhibiting curiosity, or being in possession of anything that may be regarded as “conducive’’ to extremism.

    Post-9/11, a series of harsh counter-terror measures have been introduced, but this, by far, is the harshest. A much milder plan by Tony Blair's Labour Government after the July 2005 London bombings had to be dropped in the face of strong protests.

    So, what changed?

    The government justifies the law on grounds that the level of radicalisation has reached such alarming levels that even little school children are at risk. An estimated 700 British Muslims, including several schoolgirls, have so far fled to Syria to join the Islamic State and despite a government crackdown the trend continues.

    Opinion polls, showing a rise in public fear of Muslims, strengthened the government’s hand. Prime Minister David Cameron says the country has to confront "a tragic truth that there are people born and raised in this country who don't really identify with Britain – and who feel little or no attachment to other people here."

    But there is deep and widespread concern over what critics say amounts to creating a whole new surveillance system singling out members of one community. A huge row is brewing over its implications.
    Muslims, understandably, are livid and see it as an "Islamophobic witch-hunt". But it has also come under fire from other quarters-- teachers, student unions, civil rights campaigners, MPs and the liberal media. There is worry that it will stifle debate, increase tensions in multi-faith communities, and criminalise young people which may push them further into extremism.

    Teachers say they are being forced into conducting “surveillance” on their own students which raises uncomfortable ethical questions about teacher-pupil relationship.

    Gary (not his real name), a teacher in a culturally diverse East London school with a large number of Muslim pupils, mostly from the Indian subcontinent, Somalia and North Africa, is a worried man these days. To the point that he is contemplating leaving his job.

    “I can’t bear the idea of doing such a thing to my pupils with whom I have a relationship of trust. Spying on them means betraying that trust,’’ he says.

    But there are also more practical concerns. Teachers are confused as to how they will implement the law. What, for example, will constitute sign of extremism? Will a student be regarded as a “risk’’ if he or she said something politically unacceptable such as that the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists “had it coming to them’’.

    “It’s far from schools’ normal areas of expertise so there’s quite lot of nervousnessss and uncertainty about how best to do it – and the stakes are very high,” says Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) told The Guardian.

    “If you think a young person is involved in criminal activity or at risk of being drawn into it, you’re going to report it. But the idea of conducting surveillance on students or taking on some sort of policing of students is alien to schools. They’re not trained to know the early warning signs of extremism or radicalisation, some of which are subtle.’’

    Apart from ethical issues that surround the law, there is a danger that overzealous teachers under pressure to “deliver’’ may over-react as happened in an American classroom recently when the teacher had a Muslim boy arrested for bringing a digital clock he had made. The teacher believed that the clock was a bomb.

    According to one Muslim parent, his son’s teacher warned him that the boy was "talking too much about Palestine."

    "It's a real example of the climate…. a sort of self-policing on the one hand, a fear of open discussion on the other," said Rob Ferguson, a London school teacher.

    Comparisons are being made with the racism suffered by non-white immigrants in the 1960s and 1970s.
    “It is like we are going back to the old days when people were stigmatised because they were the wrong colour. Now they are being singled out because of their religion,” said Asif Khan, a former Birmingham mill worker, who lived through that racially surcharged era.

    While governments are right to be worried, they need to be very careful in how they respond; or they will end up alienating the very people whose support they need to deal with the threat. The situation demands engagement with Muslims, not confrontation.

    "There has sadly, over the last six years, been a policy of disengagement from British Muslim communities," said Sayeeda Warsi, a former chairman of Cameron's Conservative Party, and cabinet minister. "Successive governments have seen more and more individuals and organizations as being beyond the pale and therefore not to be engaged with."

    What’s happening in Britain is a cautionary tale for India where Muslim radicalisation, on the one hand, and Sangh Parivar's divisive rhetoric, on the other, make for an explosive mix. There will be many hang-‘em-flog-‘em types who will want the government to emulate the “British model’’ to flush out potential extremists.

    But Delhi will do well to resist any such temptation. Because there is a flip side to the gung-ho British model which, over the past decade, has spawned a raft of increasingly harsher counter-terror measures. Yet far from crushing extremism, they’ve proved counter-productive by managing to alienate the very sections of the Muslim community whose support is crucial to their success. The result is there for all to see: a spike in extremism as the alienation caused by the government’s ham-handed strategy has made it easier for groups like IS to exploit disaffected and vulnerable young Muslims.
    Surely, this is not what India wants.

    This is the first story of a four part series. Part II of the series: 'MI5 pays good Muslims to snoop on bad Muslims' will be published tomorrow.

     
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    why ask when you already know. Daily Mail gets the worst out of everything and everyone
     
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    technically our government is rightwing.
     
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    Why?

    Seems the village has a large enough Muslim population. The elder girl of the house has voiced her pain to Modi and India TV has given prominent coverage today at 8 PM news. I think there is more to it. India TV reported that somebody raised the call from a Temple loudspeaker. That means the real culprit is not known/caught/traced.

    This was probably meant to be the start of another Muzzafarnagar styled kaand. Hope GoI winds up these mobs fast otherwise GoI will end up with a very bad name and all the good work will begin to evaporate fast.
     
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    Our government is bound to the constitution. Its neither Right Wing nor Left Wing. India did not vote for them to do Left-Right-Left.

    By achar-vichar they are Hindutvavadis, yes. But that is neither Right Wing nor Left Wing. Its Hindutva Wing and that is also why most of us voted for them.
     
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    Typical paki. All the Indians here would understand that I was talking about the media whores, specially the leftist pos called gaurdian
     
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    Do you understand the differance between the two incidents ?

    One is a rape case, motive is not religion.
    Other is a mob violance and murder motivated by religious sentiments. Thats why in the rape case religion is not mentioned and in this case religion is mentioned.i dont know about guardian but generally news agencies report with 'islamic ' tag when it comes to terror related incedients because the motive behind the action is "religious.
     
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