Stop ‘Cruelty’ in the name of ‘Religion’

Whoever digs a pit will fall into it; if someone rolls a stone, it will roll back on them. If you set a trap for others, you will get caught in it yourself. If you roll a boulder down on others, it will crush you instead.

The Frankenstein West has created with the help of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, other Middle East royals and Israel is seeking the blood of its creators. It has now gone totally out of control and taking the toll of the innocent lives around the globe without discrimination and with impunity.

In Qatif, a famous oasis mainly populated by Shia minority of Saudi Arabia,  two suicide bombers blew themselves up one after the other outside the Faraj Al-Omran Mosque. No casualties were reported. A witness said a car bomb was detonated near the mosque, which was followed by a suicide attack just before 7 p.m. Police have launched an investigation into the attack.

It would be interesting to recall that Daesh had carried out a series of bombing and shooting attacks in Saudi Arabia since 2014 that have killed scores of people, mostly Shiites and members of the security services. In January, a suicide bomber attacked a mosque in Al-Ahsa, killing four people before worshippers disarmed and tied up an accomplice who had shot at them. In October last year, a gunman opened fire on worshippers in Qatif, killing five people before he was shot dead by police.

The attacks against Shia Minority continue with the connivance of WAHABI establishment that is the running the country.

And in Jeddah,before that at 2:15 a.m., a suicide bomber blew himself up near the US Consulate in Jeddah. Security officers confronted him as he moved suspiciously at a parking lot of the Dr. Soliman Fakeih Hospital. Two policemen were wounded lightly in the attack. The bomber was name as Abdullah Qalzar Khan, an expat from Pakistan, who lived in Jeddah with his wife and her parents and came to the country 12 years ago to work as a private driver. Photos taken from the scene showed the bomber’s body dismembered by the blast.

After, Istanbul, Dacca and Baghdad, the Daish, Al Qaida or any other name of terrorists outfits you may recall, have targeted the holiest site of Islamic world. Four policemen were killed and five others were injured in Madinah when a suicide bomber struck in the vicinity of a police post outside the Prophet’s Mosque, according to the interior ministry.

The bombing took place in a parking lot between the city court and the mosque, visited by millions every year. When security officials became suspicious of an individual who was heading to the Prophet’s Mosque they approached him resulting in him triggering his explosive belt killing four of the officers and injuring others. Saudi-owned al-Arabiya television said an initial death toll from the Medina blast included three suicide bombers and two security forces officers.

A video sent to Reuters by a witness to the aftermath of the Medina bombing showed a large blaze among parked cars in the fading evening light, with a sound of sirens in the background. Videos circulated on social media showed a car burning and at least two security officers lying on the ground and two others lay crumpled near a burning car. The bomber also died in the attack, which took place at the time of iftar. No worshipper was injured in the attack, said a press correspondent from the scene. The blast came after mosques were targeted in both Jeddah and Qatif.

It seems to be coordinated campaign of attacks by the so-called Islamic Terrorists around the globe to revenge heir defeat in Iraq and Syria. The attacks all seem to have been timed to coincide with the approach of Eid al-Fitr, the holiday that celebrates the end of the fast.

Naim Naqvi

Naim Naqvi

Did his graduation in Science discipline from AMU in 1972-73. He was Secretary of University Ali Society in 1970 and M.M. Hall Literary Society in early 70 's and member of Tayyabji Literary Society. Did his Diploma in Bakery Administration from HTT College Oxford Street London in 1987. Worked with National Herald - Delhi, Blitz - Bombay as Trainee Journalist and in Production Department with 'Naya Sansar Pictures' of Khwaja Ahmed Abbas at Bombay in early 70's. Traveled for study and training purposes to Germany, U.K., Switzerland, France, Dubai, Oman, AbuDhabi, Bahrain and Philepines.

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Barbaric Action – In the name of Islam

TO A question – “Is Akbar an ideal for you in any way ?“ in an interview with Professor Gauri Viswanathan of Columbia University the acclaimed novelist Salman Rushdie replied, “No, I worry about the idealism of Akbar, because a lot of that is backwards projection. We want to have a liberal, tolerant, almost democratic man in the 16 th century. But Akbar was a despot. He was a man jealous of his power, and exercised it. So I think what interested me was to write about that conflict in him: between the self that was disputatious and open-minded and the other self that did not anyone to argue with him. Of course he tried so hard to break down the barriers created between the people of India – the barriers created by their different systems. Well, he’s attractive because he has open-mindedness on the subject. He tried to invent a religion that expresses that idea.

Clearly what happened in the case of ‘The Satanic Verses’ is that there was an assumption that I was on one side rather than another, and that therefore my meaning should be found in hostility, rather than in the defense. I think, on the whole, it ought to be possible in any open society to discuss openly how things happen.” Neither I’m an admirer of Salman as a novelist nor I’m impressed by his contorted interpretations of history. However, I believe that freedom of expression in a civilized form is our birth right and I’m perfectly entitled to accept or reject the doctrine I disagree with.What happened in Kerala the other day in broad light has put the Muslims in the darkest corner and put on defensive to those who practice and support secular-democratic cause of the country. The chopping off the hand of college professor was barbaric, anti-human and anti-Islam. Religious tolerance and Sufism go hand in hand.

These saints of Islam had created a culture of Universal Brotherhood based on love, mutual respect, tolerance and open-mindedness. As the creeping annexation of Islamic tolerance taking place under the veiled mask of Wahabiyat we are witnessing the sign of mindless violence around the world. This new doctrine of Wahabism, in the name of purifying the adulteration in Islam, is showing its iron fist in the velvet glove. They are killing in Iraq, in Afghanistan, in Pakistan and around the world. The menace is slowly spreading in India in different garb as Tableeghi Jamat, Salafism and Talebinization. Many of the Muslim youth who have been brain washed in the Wahabbi ideology in Saudi Arabia and other middle eastern states, on return from there, become more Islamophobic and intolerant. They forget that Ganga-Jamuni culture of India is the best way to live in a civilized society. The government and people of the country must guard against these growing fanatic ideologies.

Muslims of India have a special responsibility to arrest these nefarious currents of putrid thoughts that create a wedge between religions and inspire hatred.
Islam allows the difference of opinion and teaches us to respect and respond to all criticism through proper channels. You can’t chop hands and violate the law of the motherland!

Naim Naqvi

Naim Naqvi

Did his graduation in Science discipline from AMU in 1972-73. He was Secretary of University Ali Society in 1970 and M.M. Hall Literary Society in early 70 's and member of Tayyabji Literary Society. Did his Diploma in Bakery Administration from HTT College Oxford Street London in 1987. Worked with National Herald - Delhi, Blitz - Bombay as Trainee Journalist and in Production Department with 'Naya Sansar Pictures' of Khwaja Ahmed Abbas at Bombay in early 70's. Traveled for study and training purposes to Germany, U.K., Switzerland, France, Dubai, Oman, AbuDhabi, Bahrain and Philepines.

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