Is ISIS India's problem?

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  1. genius

    genius Regular Member

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    Seriously, isn't ISIS a western creation and a western problem? Should India unnecessarily get in the middle of this and suffer by being perceived as a western stooge?

    Do we have to be 'sepoys' again and fight someone else's war? Will indians never learn?
     
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  3. maomao

    maomao Veteran Hunter of Maleecha Senior Member

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    Can you stop being a shameless paki whose country & army never stops begging for Dollars in return for killing it's own shameless islamic people......learning is not your cup of tea! leave that, just keep doing what you shameless people do best i.e. kill each other to oblivion! Then, World Peace!
     
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    ISIS is a problem of every civilized human on this planet. That philosophical BS aside, here's something I have observed:

    the likes of you are raising ISIS flags all over the place, from Srinagar to Coimbatore to Mumbai. Indians like you are traveling to Iraq to work with ISIS, you people are spreading ISIS ideology in India, people like you are doing propaganda for them, etc.

    So, whether we like it or not, it is India's problem, thanks to people like you.
     
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  5. genius

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    Already we have two Indian sepoys shamelessly attacking a fellow indian. My point is, western problems shouldn't become our problems. We shouldn't fight their war. We shouldn't needlessly antagonize people.....
     
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    You mean to say that we must wait till Ghazwa-e-Hind?
     
  7. Srinivas_K

    Srinivas_K Senior Member Senior Member

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    Yes India should not involve in Western war and also Indians should not involve in Islamic war.

    Any one who violates and tries to spread ISIS radical ideology needs to be prevented by our law enforcement !!
     
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  8. genius

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    All I am saying is, If we don't go after ISIS, then ISIS won't come after us. They will go after western nations, but western nations can handle them and eventually defeat them. We already have pakistan-based terrorism etc. to handle.... so why add more problems?
     
  9. Bangalorean

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    You are not an Indian, you liar. You have Pakistaniyat running through every cell of your body. The colour of your passport does not matter. You are a Paki, period. Pakistaniyat is a state of mind.

    All these organizations - Hezbollah, Hamas, ISIS, Al-Qaeda, Taliban, LeT, LeJ, Jundullah, JuD, IM, SIMI - they are all basically the same thing with different names.

    The right thing would be for the entire civilized world to get together and squeeze the life out of all these organizations. India must definitely be part of this, as should every civilized nation.
     
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    After the kalyan boys and the Mehdi incident it sure is.

    The fact that Indian muslim youth are getting radicalised by the ISIS activities, supporting their ideologies and then going to join them is worrisome. What has to also be observed that these boys are joining them knowing full well that ISIS is mostly fighting and killing muslims. Also you have to notice that quite a few people have come up in support of that nutjob Mehdi.


    Now hypothetically lets say some boys get brainwashed run off to join the ISIS, they can very well be brainwashed by rogue Pakistani elements to go against India telling them the age old bollocks that 'muslims are badly treated in India blah blah blah....". If these people end up going against India, it would be very bad especially with Al-Qaeda focussing on India as per its new agenda. Combine all that and we could have a serious situation if we turn a blind eye towards all this.

    Yes it is a problem for us now, like it or not. The ISIS is the most dangerous one when it gives a middle finger to nations like Saudi and believes that it should fight Hamas since it goes against their ideology. When you have a terror group considering it supreme over the other crazy terror groups, you know you have to finish them quickly.

    Oh and did I mention that the ISIS has worldwide caliphate ambitions.
     
  11. Abhishek Tanwar

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    ISIS is just like EBOLA , It's just a infection ,that is relay not matter who is in his way not even Muslim don't forget 1000 head cute by Isis fighter and Vitim were Muslim .
     
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    Isus has cooled off to be another AL Queda in its prime. small underdeveloped low resource base and inhuman psychotic capability. Hopefully the west will finish them off soon because no one most certainly not India has the ability even less the will to put these animals down
     
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    http://idrw.org/friday-ritual-flags-of-isis-pakistan-hoisted-in-kashmir/#more-66586

    Friday Ritual : Flags of ISIS, Pakistan hoisted in Kashmir

    Published June 12, 2015 | By admin

    SOURCE: PTI

    Flags of dreaded terror group ISIS along with those of Pakistan were hoisted on Friday in at least two places in Kashmir during protests over the killing of a separatist activist by unknown gunmen on Tuesday.

    A group of youth, with faces covered and carrying a black banner resembling Islamic State flag, marched from Jamia Masjid towards Nowhatta chowk soon after the Friday prayers, official sources said. They said Pakistani flags were also waved by some youth in the area before police swung into action and chased away the protestors. No arrests have been made so far.

    Reports from Kupwara in north Kashmir said Pakistani flags were hoisted at some places there too after the Friday prayers, the sources said. Violent protests were also reported from Sopore town and some other areas of Baramulla district leading to clashes with law enforcing agencies, the sources said. However, there were no reports of anyone getting hurt in the clashes.

    Hardline Hurriyat Conference headed by Syed Ali Shah Geelani had called for protests after Friday prayers against the killing of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat activist Altaf Sheikh by unidentified gunmen on Tuesday.
     
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    Here is my counterTroll to you bro.... :p :p :p

    Nope, ISIS is a creation of your paki ancestors. They are your braathers and ninja clad sistahs. Yes we will fight them wherever we find the vermin, to be honest a cockroach is far more welcome in my house than your types or ISIS.

     
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    I am against sending Indian troops to fight in distant lands, especially since we have so many challenges at home, and since we lack adequate means of power projection beyond a certain point.

    It should also be noted that ISIS sympathizers are being discovered in India. We need to nip this problem in the bud. ISIS on Iraq and Syria might not be our problem, but the ideology of ISIS is indeed our problem. Along with ISIS, those that are financing ISIS, who are also the global sponsors of Wahhabism, are our problems.
     
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    http://idrw.org/geelani-expresses-displeasure-over-waving-of-isis-flags-in-kashmir/

    Geelani expresses displeasure over waving of ISIS flags in Kashmir
    Published June 14, 2015 | By admin
    SOURCE: PTI

    Hardline Hurriyat Conference Chairman Syed Ali Shah Geelani on Saturday expressed displeasure over the hoisting of ISIS flags in the Valley, saying “such instances provide a handle to defame the ongoing struggle in Kashmir”.

    “Waving of ISIS flags during peaceful demonstrations is against the discipline and also negates our strategy. Such things provide a handle to India to defame our legitimate freedom struggle,” Geelani said in a statement in Srinagar. He said “New Delhi is using it as a tool at the global level to convey a message that the struggle in Kashmir is not for right of self-determination but a problem of terrorism and the world community should lend its support to the people of Kashmir.”

    “ISIS and other like-minded groups, whatever their agenda and strategy, have nothing to do with Kashmir. The people of Kashmir are fighting for their right of self-determination and not pursuing any international programme,” Geelani said. “Those youth who hoist flags of Daesh (ISIS) or other such group, should think with cool mind whom they are benefiting,” Geelani said.

    In a development that may raise an alarm in the security establishment, flags of dreaded terror outfit ISIS along with those of Pakistan were on Friday raised in Kashmir after which police promised a thorough probe and legal action against those involved.

    A group of youth, with faces covered, carried a black banner resembling Islamic State flag as they marched from Jamia Masjid towards Nowhatta chowk in downtown Srinagar soon after the Friday prayers, official sources said. They said Pakistani flags were also waved by some youth in the area before police swung into action and chased away the protestors. No arrests have been made so far. Hardline Hurriyat Conference headed by Syed Ali Shah Geelani had called for protests after Friday prayers against the killing of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat activist Altaf Sheikh by unidentified gunmen on Tuesday. Reports from Kupwara in north Kashmir said Pakistani flags were hoisted at some places there too after the Friday prayers, the sources said.
     

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