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Anyone who hides a terrorist or weapons in his house is considered a terrorist

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Submitted by Jehadis gets support from Muslim Communities.. (India), Jan 4, 2009 at 03:24

Anyone who hides a terrorist or weapons in his house should be considered a terrorist.

Jehadis are coming from Pakistani Terror camps to murder innocent civilians in India but these Pakistani Jehadis get support from local muslim communities..

Radicals among Muslim Communities in India are supportive of Jehad and they provide full shelter , logistics , maps , transport and weapons to carry out Terror attacks..

In last 60 years after Indian Independence , There is not a single case in which Muslim communities came forward to handover the Jehadis hiding in their homes. This shows that Muslim Community or Societies support Jehadi Terrorism..

Where are the so called moderate muslims ???

The silence is defening ..

Submitting....

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