FMT Athi Shankar, Hindraf Makkal Sakti, Gerakan’s Baljit Singh and Tunku Aziz Ibrahim says Hindu supremacy must rule the IN MALAYSIA

Hindraf Makkal Sakti and Gerakan leader have called on the government to bar controversial Muslim preacher Zakir Naik from Malaysia.

Former president of Malaysian chapter of Transparency International, Tunku Aziz Ibrahim, meanwhile cautioned Zakir not to “come here and insult Malaysians”.

Hindraf national coordinator W Sambulingam was uncompromising with the movement’s stand, saying that Zakir must be banned from the country.


FMT Athi Shankar, Hindraf Makkal Sakti, Gerakan’s Baljit Singh and Tunku Aziz Ibrahim says Hindu supremacy must rule the IN MALAYSIA  NEW NATIONAL SECURITY THREAT Zakir would likely insult other religions in his speeches.

Karpal and many are not afraid of Hudud but against its implementation in Malaysia. Its like asking the Malays to read the Bible when they had refuse to. All because they believed that the Bible had been adulterated and incorrect. The same with the non Muslims . They too believed that the Hudud or Syariah laws are unjust and unfair and negate human rights declaration.
Therefore it would be better for all to live under a common law for all races . Why would a religious body so eager to implement its religious laws when all others are against it? Is it not right as also they are not right to the Malays by ‘forcing’ them to stay in Islam even though one had not believe it any more? Can the Hudud laws be fair and just when it already negate the rights of one to follow his faith?This is the only way that UMNO –which is going downhill – can rejuvenate itself. Popular wisdom is that in the 2013 general elections umno weighed down by the anti -incumbency impact of fifty will be booted out of power. Karpal what would you do if BN with UMNO’s backing implement tthe Hudud law? Its not 100% sure PKR will win the next GE! Will you still say over your dead body? Again if PKR wins with majority of PAS members and they demand for Hudud what will happen? DAP leave PKR? I think when you are in a component party, it should be give and take. Well I can’t say much, because this is the 1st time, DAP is in coliation with other parties, so they think of themselves only!!

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Hatred Media Campaign against the Prophet of Islam

Undoubtedly, the anti-Islam conspiracy is so strong that the hapless and routinely insulted Muslims are perpetually called upon to defend their faith and protect their lives from the enemy attacks.

Insulting the Prophet of Muhammad (SAS), burning of holy Quran, denying permission to Muslim women to wear veil as per the Islamic faith, attacking the minarets and mosques, insulting, terrorizing and killing Muslims have become a route dangerous act of anti-Islamic world.

The notorious elements in the US-led Western world are continuing unabashedly with the anti-Islam tirade, engaging in extreme type of hate activities in their bid to project Islam, its Holy Prophet (PBUH) and the Holy Qur’an in bad light.

The latest offense of such extra fanatic anti-Islam individuals relating to production of a sacrilegious anti-Islam Internet film “Innocence of Muslims” has sparked outrage throughout the Muslim world and further strengthened anti-Americanism as was evident from a series of attacks on US targets worldwide including death of its diplomat in Libya.

U.S. itself is guilty of “horrific human rights violations” says Gujarat Chief Minister.
When an American diplomat raised the horrific Gujarat communal violence of 2002 with Chief Minister Narendra Modi in November 2006, he got more than what he had bargained for: a lecture on the “horrific human rights violations” by the United States.
Michael S. Owen, Consul General in Mumbai, was the diplomat at the receiving end of Mr. Modi’s tirade during a November 16, 2006 meeting in Gandhinagar. This was the first such meeting since the March 2005 revocation of Mr. Modi’s U.S. visa on account of his role in the 2002 communal violence in Gujarat — in which (according to an official ministerial statement made in Parliament in 2005) 790 Muslims and 254 Hindus were killed, and 223 more people were reported as missing. The genocidal attack on Muslims by mobs of Hindu extremists and fanatics followed the burning of a coach of the Sabarmati Express by a local mob of Muslim extremists and fanatics at Godhra on February 27, 2002. The coach was carrying kar sevaks returning from Ayodhya. The police failed to quell the post-Godhra anti-Muslim pogrom that went on for several weeks, which lent credence to reports of state complicity in the violence. Mr. Modi was questioned on March 27, 2010 by the Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation Team headed by R.K. Raghavan, former Director of the Central Bureau of Investigation, in connection with the Gujarat riots.
In a revealing Mumbai Consulate cable, which was sent on November 27, 2006 to the State Department and copied to an interesting selection of U.S. embassies, consulates, and other destinations (87085: confidential), Mr. Owen recounted what followed after “a relaxed” Chief Minister had given him “a glowing overview of his Government’s achievements in building infrastructure and promoting economic growth in Gujarat” and he had responded appropriately. The Consul General then moved on to a taboo subject, an issue that Mr. Modi evidently considered to be none of his business: “while we are very pleased with our business and people to people relations with Gujarat, we remain concerned about communal relations within the state. In particular, we remain concerned that nobody has yet been held accountable for the horrific communal violence of 2002, and are further concerned that an atmosphere of impunity could lead to a further deterioration of communal relations. What is the Government of Gujarat’s view on this, he asked.”
‘Modi Visibly Annoyed’
“A visibly annoyed Modi,” the Consul General reported to the State Department, “responded at considerable length.” The Chief Minister, he said, made three essential points: “the events of 2002 were an internal Gujarati matter and the U.S. had no right to interfere; the U.S. is itself guilty of horrific human rights violations (he specified Abu Ghraib, Guantanamo, and attacks on Sikhs in the U.S. after September 11) and thus has no moral basis to speak on such matters, and; Muslims are demonstrably better off in Gujarat than in any other state in India, so what is everybody griping about?”
Mr. Owen correctly pointed out that it was not only the U.S. that was concerned with this issue. “The Indian National Human Rights Commission report itself cited ‘a comprehensive failure on the part of the state Government’ to prevent the violence of 2002. We are reflecting a broad cross section of opinion that no one has been held accountable for the violence and that consequently a climate of impunity is developing. Secondly, Abu Ghraib is precisely the point: Americans can also commit human rights violations but when they do we have a clear procedure to investigate, prosecute, and punish those guilty of wrongdoing. This is what we and others would like to see inGujarat.”
To this, “Modi grumbled that the Indian National Human Rights Commission was biased and its reports wildly inaccurate. More broadly, he claimed, the U.S. relied far too much on ‘a few fringe NGOs’ that don’t know the real picture and have an axe to grind. In any event, if officials are guilty of wrongdoing, then it is up to the courts to prosecute and punish them, and the Chief Minister could not interfere with the judicial process.”
The Consul General reacted that it had been well over four years since the violence occurred and nobody had been sanctioned; this gave little confidence that anyone would ultimately be held accountable. “Modi noted (accurately, alas) that the culprits in the 1993 Mumbai bombings are only now being sentenced, so we should not have ‘unrealistic expectations’.”
‘Evasive, Backtracked’
When the diplomat asked if there was in fact an active investigation of the Gujarat violence still under way, “Modi was evasive and backtracked to his claim that Muslims in Gujarat are better off than in any other state in India. He noted that the BJP had won big victories in recent local bodies elections in Muslim districts, and that a recent study had found literacy among Muslims was higher in Gujarat than in any other state. The 2002 violence had involved a ‘few miscreants’ and had been blown out of proportion by ‘fringe elements,’ he said. Communal relations in Gujarat are now excellent, he claimed.”
Mr. Owen responded that the U.S. acknowledged the many positive accomplishments of the Modi government, including economic growth and education: “These are to be applauded, but do not diminish in any way the importance of holding accountable those persons who are guilty of inciting or carrying out communal violence…failure to do so will create an atmosphere of impunity in which radical elements would feel emboldened in the future. He concluded by underlining that the U.S. Government considers human rights and religious freedom to be extremely important, and we will continue to monitor developments and engage his Government in these areas.” Mr. Modi, switching to an apparently more conciliatory note, allowed that he understood human rights and religious freedom to be important to the U.S. because “you people keep raising these issues all the time.” The meeting concluded with the Chief Minister saying” with a touch of irony that he hoped Consul General would return to Gujarat on a regular basis. ‘All Americans are always welcome in my state,’ he said.”
Consul General Owen’s concluding comment in the cable is: “Modi is clearly not going to apologize or back down on the violence of 2002, but we think it is vital for him to hear that we are not going to let the passage of time erase the memory of these events. Despite the chilly atmosphere of the meeting, Modi did take on board the message that human rights and religious freedom are important issues that we will continue to monitor carefully. We believe Sinhji’s comments on Modi are indeed accurate: ironically the man most hold accountable for the communal violence of 2002 may now be the most ardent defender of communal harmony, at least on the surface. It remains to be seen to what extent Gujarat’s economic boom will lead to genuinely improved communal relations over time.”
The reference is to an “interesting point” that former Congress party MP and former Minister of Environment Yuraj Digvijay Sinhji made to Mr. Owen: “The fact that Modi clearly has aspirations for national leadership makes him, ironically, one of the greatest protectors of communal harmony at this stage. Modi knows that another outbreak like 2002 would doom his chances, so he is going to be particularly zealous to ensure there are no further problems on his watch.”
But that was not all that Mr. Sinhji said in his lengthy meeting with the Consul General. “Asked whether Modi could become a national leader,” the Mumbai consulate-general cable relays to the State Department,” Sinhji (himself the scion of the princely Wankaner family and a Cambridge grad) sniffed that Modi ‘lacks the polish and refinement’ to become a national leader. But Sinhji raised another reason why Modi could face challenges in becoming a national leader: Modi’s reputation for being completely incorruptible is accurate, and if he were to become a national leader he would crack down on corruption throughout the BJP. There are too many BJP rank and file waiting to line their pockets once the BJP returns to power, Sinhji said, and the prospect of Modi cracking the whip on corruption is entirely unappealing to this crowd. Modi would have a hard time clearing this hurdle, according to Sinhji.”

The two-hour movie, “Innocence of Muslims,” cost $5 million to make and was financed with the help of more than 100 Jewish donors, said Bacile, who wrote and directed it. Bacile’s film was dubbed into Egyptian Arabic by someone he doesn’t know, but he speaks enough Arabic to confirm that the translation is accurate. It was made in three months in the summer of 2011, with 59 actors and about 45 people behind the camera. The full film has been shown once, to a mostly empty theatre in Hollywood earlier this year, said Bacile.
Extremist Sam Bacile claimed authorship, said that he was an Israeli American and added that 100 Jewish businessmen had backed the venture. Speaking by phone from an undisclosed location, writer and director Sam Bacile remained defiant, saying Islam is a cancer and that the 56-year-old intended his film to be a provocative political statement condemning the religion. Bacile said he is a real estate developer and an Israeli Jew. But Israeli officials said they had not heard of him and there was no record of him being a citizen. They spoke on condition of anonymity because they are not permitted to share personal information with the media.

Excerpts from the film dubbed into Arabic were posted on YouTube. Bacile said he believes the movie will help his native land by exposing Islam’s flaws to the world. “Islam is a cancer, period,” he said repeatedly, his solemn voice thickly accented. “This is a political movie,” Bacile told the AP. “The U.S. lost a lot of money and a lot of people in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, but we’re fighting with ideas.”

The film also maliciously claims Holy Prophet Muhammad was a fraud. The14-minute trailer of the movie that reportedly set off the protests, posted on the website YouTube in an original English version and another dubbed into Egyptian Arabic, shows an amateur cast performing a wooden dialogue of insults disguised as revelations about Holy Prophet Muhammad, whose obedient followers are presented as a cadre of goons. It depicts Muhammad as a feckless philanderer who approved of child sexual abuse, among other overtly insulting claims that have caused outrage.

Though extremist Bacile was apologetic about the American who was killed as a result of the outrage over his film, he blamed lax embassy security and the perpetrators of the violence. A consultant on the film, Steve Klein, said the filmmaker is now deadly concerned for his anti-Islam family members who live in Egypt. Klein said he vowed to help Bacile make the movie but warned him that “you’re going to be the next Theo van Gogh.” Van Gogh was a Dutch filmmaker killed by an offended Muslim in 2004 after making a film that was perceived as insulting to Islam.

Caring and fearing for his own life, the California-based anti-Islam filmmaker went into hiding after a YouTube trailer of his movie attacking Islam’s prophet Muhammad sparked angry assaults by ultra-conservative Muslims on US missions in Egypt and Libya.

What is the film about?

A 14-minute trailer of the anti-Islam movie that sparked the protests, posted on the website YouTube in an original English version and another dubbed into Egyptian Arabic, depicts Holy Muhammad as a fraud, a womanizer and a madman in an overtly ridiculing way, showing him having sex and calling for massacres. Western rulers and intelligences promote such unruly, idiotic expression of insanity of sadistic fanatics, targeting Islam.
Why should the anti-Islam nuts keep returning to retarded psyche, sick mentality?
The controversial, low-budget film shows Prophet Muhammad in poor light, casting aspersions on his societal and personal behaviour. Such a representation of the Prophet is considered blasphemous by devout Muslims and this was the primary reason that sparked off the violent protests in West Asia against the film. Clips of the movie, posted on YouTube under several titles, including ‘Innocence of Muslims’, portrayed Prophet Mohammed engaged in crude behaviour, enraging people.

Several media houses in the USA reported that the film was produced by Sam Bacile, a man who identified himself as an Israeli-American property developer. He told news organizations that the film cost $5 million to make, which was paid by around 100 Jewish donors, according to a Reuters report. He added that he had worked with 60 actors and 45 crew members to make the film in a three-month period last year in California. “My plan is to make a series spanning 200 hours on the same subject,” he told a US-based news agency.
The film with explosive content became controversial. The film had been posted online for weeks before apparently triggering violent demonstrations at the US embassy in Cairo and consulate in Benghazi, Libya and Yemen. The New York Times reported that the film attracted attention only when a clip from the film dubbed in Arabic was posted online. The film became a rage when an Egyptian news channel began airing the clip saying that it was clearly an American ploy to insult and denigrade the Holy Prophet of Islam.

Sam Bacile, Jewish American extremist nut who said he produced, directed and wrote the two-hour film, said he had not anticipated such a furious reaction. “I feel sorry for the embassy. I am mad,” Bacile admited. Bacile said the film was produced in English and he doesn’t know who dubbed it in Arabic. The full film has not been shown yet, he said, and he said he has declined distribution offers for now. “My plan is to make a series of 200 hours” about the same subject, he said.

Americans are not ashamed of their Sept-11 hoax perpetrated to invade and destroy both Afghanistan and Iraq, and they are proud of being state criminals. In defending the anti-Islam criminals, US terror Secretary of State Hillary Clinton strongly condemned the attack on US embassies – and not the film maker with ulterior motives for the crisis- and she had called Libyan President Mohammed el-Megarif “to co-ordinate additional support to protect Americans in Libya.” Madam is not worried about how many innocent Muslims have been murdered by her US military terrorists but she is too sad that one US scoundrel was killed in US embassy.

So, Clinton expressed concern that the protests might spread to other countries. Some have sought to justify this vicious behavior as a response to inflammatory material posted on the Internet,” Clinton said, the USA is working with “partner countries around the world to protect our personnel, our missions, and American citizens worldwide.” The USA however says it deplores any intentional effort to denigrate the religious beliefs of others. Our commitment to religious tolerance goes back to the very beginning of our nation. But let me be clear: There is never any justification for violent acts of this kind.” So, the official American message is Muslim must tolerate the anti-Islam cruel fanaticism.

State Anti-Islamism

State anti-Islamism, linked globally to state terrorism trends, is being employed as the deadliest weapons to promote crimes against humanity by murdering Muslims.
Targeting Islam is not a healthy trend or glorious tradition. But that exactly has been going on in the world unleashed unwittingly by global anti-Islamic networks.

Obviously, anti-Islamic tirade is state sponsored and promoted and all anti-Islamic crimes are therefore shielded by the regimes.

Instead of apologizing to Muslim world and punishing the anti-Islam nuts creating serious problem for the world, the US diplomatic and military strategic corps, therefore, is busy in damage control exercise, offering explanations that are hardly acceptable to the Muslims whose sentiments have deliberately been injured not once but repeatedly on numerous occasions and those who indulged in such nefarious activities are enjoying refuge as in safe havens in the name of civil liberties and freedoms.

It is also ironically true that the dictatorial world leader USA is invading oil Muslim nations and other countries like Afghanistan with strategic values, citing activities of non-State actors but is not willing to rein in extremists and terrorists in its own folds. Muslim believers are tormented by a sense of grievance, fuelling almost permanent crisis. It is a known fact Arabs malice, that Western judgments are always slanted and cruel.

The anti-Islam rogues know that most Muslims find it offensive to see their beloved holy Prophet Muhammad depicted in any derogatory fashion, much less in an insulting way as it has been done by extremist Sam Bacile has done before the entire humanity. They are indeed hard core criminals trying to cast Muslims against Christians, fully aware of the fact that a 2005 publication of 12 caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in a Danish newspaper triggered riots in many Muslim countries.

With anti-US protests over an anti-Islam video spreading, Washington braced for a growing furore threatening US interests abroad and at home ahead of Friday, the traditional Muslim day of prayers. Amid continuing protests over the US made film, ‘Innocence of Muslims’, ridiculing Prophet Mohammed, the US Department of Homeland Security and FBI warned that the outrage and dangers to Americans could worsen in the coming days. “The risk of violence could increase both at home and abroad as the film continues to gain attention,” the US agencies said in a joint intelligence bulletin. In addition to stressing there’s no excuse for violence targeting US diplomatic missions, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has called the video “disgusting and reprehensible” and said it appears to aim “to denigrate a great religion and to provoke rage.”

It is better that the USA and other Western imperialist allies should discard the nasty tendency of taking refuge behind so-called freedoms and take actions against perpetrators of such heinous crimes. Maybe that act of one individual does not reflect values of a nation of 300 million, but how an individual can be allowed to play with the sentiments of over 1.3 billion Muslims. But if one or some individuals violate US values and trample values of others then why not to restrain them. It is because of the lavish indulgence demonstrated by the West in cases like blasphemous book by Salman Rushdie, publication of dirty cartoons and burning of the Holy Qur’an by a damned priest that more and more people are picking up courage to come out with hate material.

These anti-Islam crooks don’t know the value of dialogue and they think that Islam will be offended and unrest could be unleashed by a fanatic movie.

Every Muslim is duty bound to defend Islam, holy Prophet, holy Quran and Muslims. Muslims are duty bound to lead the community to truly Islamic faith.

Global Protests in Defence of Islam

Disgracing the Prophet of Islam is explicitly uncivilized but shielding the anti-Islam criminals reflects a crudely cold attitude of the regimes that try to justify any thing anti-Islam. This attitude doe snot promote healthy relations between nations following different religions. .,
Protests of Islam defense, as expected, has spread all over globe. Angry demonstrations against the film have spread to several countries across the world, especially in Middle East and North Africa, South Asia, South East Asia, Australia, etc.

The NATO terror syndicate led by USA-UK terror twins have, jungle beasts, slaughtered millions of Muslims in Afghanistan and Iraq. Even as the latest atrocity in an air strike was carried out by US-led NATO occupation terror forces in Afghanistan, killing nine young women shortly before dawn Sunday morning in Laghman province’s Alingar district, near the Afghan capital, Kabul, Afghans have one more important anti-Islam spiritual issue to protest. Protesters in Afghanistan and Indonesia burnt U.S. flags and chanted “Death to America” on Monday in renewed demonstrations over a film mocking the Prophet Mohammad that has unleashed a wave of anti-Western sentiment in the Muslim and Arab world. As the Jalalabad rally was broken up, demonstrations picked up elsewhere in the city. In the south-eastern part of Kabul, about 50 protesters gathered in front of a mosque, shouting “Death to America,” said police officer Ahmad Shafiq but there were no signs of violence.

The protests in Libya and Egypt were sparked by outrage over a film ridiculing Muhammad produced by an American in California and being promoted by an extreme anti-Muslim Egyptian Christian campaigner in the USA. Protesters angered over the film that ridiculed Islam’s Prophet Muhammad fired gunshots and burned down the U.S. consulate in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, killing one American. Protesters angered over Bacile’s film opened fire on and burned down the U.S. consulate in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi. Libyan officials said that Ambassador Chris Stevens was killed Tuesday night when he and a group of embassy employees went to the consulate to try to evacuate staff as the building came under attack by a mob firing machine guns and rocket propelled grenades.

In Libyan Benghazi, a large mob stormed the U.S. consulate, with gunmen firing their weapons. Hours before the Benghazi attack, hundreds of mainly ultraconservative Islamist protesters in Egypt marched to the US Embassy in downtown Cairo, gathering outside its walls and chanting against the movie and the USA.

Egyptian protesters angry at a film they say insults Prophet Mohammad hurled stones on Friday at a line of police in Cairo blocking their way to the US embassy, which was attacked earlier this week. Police in riot gear fired tear gas and threw stones back at the demonstrators. A burnt-out car was overturned in the middle of the street which leads to the fortified embassy from Tahrir Square. One banner held aloft by demonstrators read: “It is the duty of all Muslims and Christians to kill Morris Sadek and Sam Bacile and everyone who participated in the film.” Egypt protesters scaled the walls of the U.S. embassy in Cairo and replaced an American flag with an Islamic banner. The Cairo embassy is in a diplomatic area in Garden City, where the British and Italian embassies are located, only a few blocks away from Tahrir Square, the centre of last year’s uprising that led to the ouster of Hosni Mubarak. The US Embassy is built like a fortress, with a wall several meters high. But security has been scaled back in recent months, with several roadblocks leading to the facility removed after legal court cases by residents.

Egyptian media have been reporting on the video, playing some excerpts from the anti-Islam stuff and going on air to denounce it. Medhat Klada, a representative of Coptic Christian organizations in Europe, said the culprit Sadek’s views are not representative of expatriate Copts. “He is an extremist … We don’t go down this road. He has incited the people (in Egypt) against Copts,” he said, speaking from Switzerland. “We refuse any attacks on religions because of a moral position.” But he said he was concerned about the backlash from angry Islamists, saying their protest only promotes the movie and encourage others also to make such trash.

Tuesday’s defensive attacks were the first such assaults on US diplomatic facilities in either country, at a time when both Libya and Egypt are struggling to overcome the turmoil following the ouster of their longtime leaders, Hosni Mubarak, assassination of Col Moammar Qaddafi and in uprisings last year. The Egyptian Foreign Ministry promised in a statement to provide the necessary security for diplomatic missions and embassies and warned that “such incidents will negatively impact the image of stability in Egypt, which will have consequences on the life of its citizens.”

Security forces in Yemen blocked streets surrounding the US embassy in Sanaa on Friday, bracing for more protests against a film deemed blasphemous to Islam, a day after demonstrators stormed the heavily fortified compound and clashed with police. Early on Friday, around 20 to 30 people had gathered on the north side of the embassy, carrying placards and shouting slogans against the film, which depicts the Prophet Mohammad in terms which many Muslims have described as crude and insulting.

Iranian students protested outside the Swiss embassy in Tehran against the anti-Islam film. Members of one student organization present called on Muslim nations to “cut their relations with the United States and demonstrate their religious values against the colonial system”, Fars said. Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the main suspects behind the “crazy and hateful” making of the film were the American government and Zionism. “If American politicians are honest in their claims that they were not involved, they have to hold responsible those who committed this obscene crime … and their financial supporters,” the official IRNA news agency quoted him as saying in a statement.

Around 200 demonstrators gathered outside the US embassy in Kuwait shouting slogans such as “God is great.” They hoisted banners, one of which bread in English: “USA stop the bullshit. Respect us.” Kuwaiti riot police encircled the crowd of men protesting peacefully in their traditional Kuwaiti dress. On Thursday, the US consulate in Berlin was partially evacuated after an employee fell ill on opening a suspicious envelope. Bangladeshi Islamists tried to march on the U.S. embassy in Dhaka and Iranian students protested in Tehran.

The crowd grew throughout, with thousands standing outside the embassy. By midnight, the crowd had dwindled. A group of women in black veils and robes that left only their eyes exposed chanted, “Worshipers of the Cross, leave the Prophet Muhammad alone.” The crowd chanted, “Islamic, Islamic. The right of our prophet will not die.” Some shouted, “We are all Osama,” referring to al-Qaida leader bin Laden. Young men, some in masks, sprayed graffiti on the walls. The protesters on the wall then raised on the flagpole a black flag with a Muslim declaration of faith, “There is no god but God and Muhammad is his prophet.” The flag is commonly used by most Muslims and ultraconservatives around the region.
Some grumbled that Islamist President Mohammed Morsi had not spoken out about the movie but promised Americans of protection.

In India, Mumbai, Chennai and elsewhere saw heavy demonstrations. Outrage over a controversial movie that mocks Prophet Muhammad and hurts the sentiments of millions of Muslims worldwide has now swept on to Indian shores with lawyers in Jammu and Kashmir protesting against the film in Srinagar. Heavy deployment of police and paramilitary Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) had been made at sensitive places by the authorities as separatists called for protests and rallies after Friday prayers. Protests were held in Nowhatta, Maisuma, Hazratbal, Alamgiri Bazaar, Abi Guzar, Sarai Bala and some other places in Srinagar. Reports from north Kashmir’s Baramulla town said that dozens of people gathered in the town square after Friday prayers to protest the blasphemous film. Earlier, dozens of local lawyers boycotted the courts in the city and carried out a protest march in the Civil Lines area here. The J&K government has asked the central government to block access to an anti-Islam video posted on YouTube, saying that it can potentially cause a law and order problem in the state. Home Commissioner “We have approached the central government asking them to block the ‘Innocence of Muslims’ video on YouTube, as it can cause a law and order problem in the state.” Many nations, including India, have already banned the anti-Islam media terror stuff.

Tunisia, Pakistan which has banned the erroneous film and Bangladesh also ex;pressed their solidarity with the the global protests by conducting rallies and attacking US embassies. It is claimed that the majority who took part in this violent escalation are frustrated people who live in a very dire social and economic situation. And they feel they somehow need to channel their frustration.


The anti-Islam film is a vivid testimony of secret terror operations by USA-Israel terror twins since 1947 when the Americans imposed a fascist regime for criminalized Jews in Mideast with ulterior motives.

The anti-Islam stuff could have been produced through their agents, jointly by USA and Israel where CIA and Mossad played the guidance roles. The all powerful CIA that knows about every thing from A to Z,including terror plots any where in the world, cannot pretend innocence about the production of an explosive anti-Prophet film, even if it was not produced by it.

Ever since the strategist nuts in America unleashed the Sept-11 hoax, Muslims have been made to be on the run endlessly without any fault from their side- except that they are Muslims. They are insulted, crudely terrorized, cruelly injured and inhumanly massacred everywhere, including in Islamic world. The anti-Islamic fanatic attacks on Islamic faith have been on the rise chiefly because there is no real protection to the Muslims from top Muslim nations.

All such anti-Islam nonsense has been happening in the West and elsewhere because of NATO-Israel-India wars on Islam and Muslims. Global media are also controlled by these rogue states and Islam continues to be targeted. To make things worse for Muslims, most of Muslim writers work for anti-Islamic nations and their sources on payment basis.
It looks the anti-Islamic rogues are doing all these nonsense meant to offend a few individuals among Muslims whom they do not like. There are few jerks promoting hatred or prejudices against one particular community of Muslims and they want to divide people just to promote their arms sales or petty fanatically religious interests but terrorize entire humanity. These rogues are badly brainwashed by the rotten anti-Islamic media and by their own misconceptions. Why anyone is mocking anybody’s beloved Prophet when they do not know the truth, nor do they seek truth. They are real terrorists. Because their mischief can cause of war, riots, massacres of Muslims. The behaviour of the Muslim protesters is formatted by the enemy networks and is easily incited by anti-Islam nuts towards murder and violence and that is exactly the point the film aimed to make.

While the global problem shooter dictatorial USA has not condemned, nor apologized for the anti-Islam media mischief, Saudi Arabia, as a key policy, is taking the USA side over the anti-Islam films as well the consequential Middle East demonstrations and apologized to the anti-Islamic American nuts for the violence in the Middle East.

The unilateral USA has plenty of stolen resources and it sent ships, extra troops and Special Forces to protect its interests and citizens in the Middle East while a number of its embassies have evacuated staff and are on high alert for trouble. The situation poses an unexpected foreign policy headache for President Obama as he campaigns for re-election in November, even though his administration has condemned the film as reprehensible and disgusting. Despite efforts early in his tenure to improve relations with the Arab and Muslim world, he faces a number of problems including the continued U.S. military involvement in Afghanistan, Iran’s legitimate nuclear program, the Syrian “civil war” and the fall-out from the Arab Spring revolts.

Anti-Islam global mentality is really showing the enemy of Islam and humanity in a negative and uncivil light. People are sick why they can’t respect all regardless anything.
At times, people all over the world are very sensitive about their respective religions. Muslims are always serious o about their religion even when anti-Islam fanatics try to fuel crisis between Islam and other religions.

Some may have differences with people of certain communities. They may have differences the way some communities interpret and practice their faith. But basics of decency and culture expect that no religion should be insulted whether or not they accept the teachings and core messages of their religions.

Respect for all and justice for all is what is required for establishing Peace, Harmony, Good thoughts.

Do not force the Muslims to be on the perpetual inhuman run. That is not the civilized way of educated American/western people. President Obama is expected to bring the anti-Islamic culprits – those who have insulted the Holy Prophet of Islam – to justice so that peace is not attacked by rouges!

All men are equal but some are more equal than others. In this country of 25million, the more equal citizens are those who are called the umno Untouchables, . If a common man is caught breaking the law he can be tried and punished, for the umno Untouchables the law is different, it seems. Even if accused of wrong doing, they can be let off the hook. All this can happen officially and within the provisions of law and the officer can be freed without standing trial. Read on to figure out study in India

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