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Interfaith Dialogue (22 Mar 2012 NewAgeIslam.Com)


  • Indian muslim enemies are indian muslim attitude nothing else. It is habit for abrahmic religion to blame others for all problem rather than dwell inside to find the weakness inside them that has been exploited by external threats.
    By satwa gunam - 3/25/2012 10:42:40 PM

  • Indian Muslims belong to India and India belongs to Indian Muslims. Anyone posing any objection or impediment will be met with full force. Indian Muslims have given biggest sacrifice for India. Their families got divided. They suffered financially. And they continue to suffer all the insults to injury, but the love for their Fatherland is one thing, that brings out the patriotism in them. Those who opted for Pakistan did treachery and are now openly on the other side of the boundary of India. 
    However Indian Muslims have an enemy within to deal with. They are Jansanghis who are traitors and caused Fatherland to get divided and srink in size. To add to this crime, these Jansanghi wear a garb of nationalism, but which is actually pseudo-nationalism. The only reason why these pseudo-nationals are not sufficiently punished for their treachery is that they hide themselves behind truly nationalist Hindus but who are easy going do not want to get into the crossfire between Indian Muslims and Jansanghis and also they are too busy in their day to day activity to spare any time for what nation destroying activity these Jansanghis are continuing to do. If only such truly nationalist Hindus had shown any interest, together with other Patriots, that is Indian Muslims, they could have 'ethnically cleansed' Jansanghis out of the face of Fatherland India. But alas, they are too inert.
    By sadaf - 3/25/2012 1:02:38 PM

  • JB says, " How long can Hindu India carry the burden of their Muslim population...."

    That comment is as hateful and ugly as Ghazanfar Khan's remark. Indian Muslims are not hostages whose fate depends on how neighboring countries treat their minorities. But Indian Muslims, together with India's Hindus must speak up in support of Pakistani Hindus and try to bring sanity to that country with whatever peaceful means are available.

    By Ghulam Mohiyuddin - 3/24/2012 7:33:13 PM

  • Unfortunately Ghazanfar Khan's interpretation of Shariah is what’s having traction in the Muslim world. People like Ghulam Mohiyuddin can cry all they want, but without the connivance of the majority of the Pakistani Muslims there is no way the Hindu population in Pakistan is in such a bad situation today. To extrapolate further, mainstream Islam is what you see form Pakistan today. How long can Hindu India carry the burden of their Muslim population when their co-religionists are butchered in Afghanistan/Pak/Bangladesh. It’s only a matter before this happens in Kerala/West Bengal/Tamil Nadu/AP. Tomorrow my grandchildren will ask what their grandfather was doing to prevent this catastrophe when they were fully aware of what happened to one Hindu Punjab/Sindh/Balochistan/Bengal/Kashmir/Afghanistan? That is the question facing the average Hindu today.
    By JB - 3/24/2012 2:10:26 PM

  • Unfortunately elements like Ghazanfar Khan is in maximum in pakistan. Secular forces had kept quiet for three decades for this virus to get mixed with the mass. I would also blame the western country who were so short sighted that they did not see the implication of the polarization. Further it also brings out the attitude of pakistani muslim who cares a damn about what is happening or will happen for indian muslim. However indian muslim will start crying for pakistan, palestine but not for hindus in kashmir.
    By satwa gunam - 3/23/2012 11:24:03 PM

  • Ghazanfar Khan's comment implies that Indian Muslims must be treated in the same way that Pakistani Hindus are treated. As an Indian Muslim I do not know how to react to his statement.
    By Ghulam Mohiyuddin - 3/23/2012 8:32:06 PM

  • Faiza's understanding of the shari'ah is nonsense. She must understand that Pakistan is actually at war with Hindu India, and the rules and rewards of wartime are different from peacetime. In peacetime the non-Muslims can live under dhimma laws, but in war they become a fifth column for the mushrikeen. Faiza here is mischievously quoting out of context. If she likes Holi so much she should move to India.
    By Ghazanfar Khan - 3/23/2012 1:35:38 PM

  • Thanks Faiza Mirza for writing this article. More and more such voices against religious intolerance must be raised in Pakistan. Protection of and uplifting the social and legal status of Hindus, Sikhs, Christians and Ahmadis must be an immediate priority of Pakistan.

    By Ghulam Mohiyuddin - 3/22/2012 3:28:49 PM