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Brutal murders in Kashmir

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Submitted by Prashant (United States), Oct 9, 2021 at 03:00

Dear Dr Pipes, thinking that Islam is a local problem of any specific part of the world is a huge mistake. Islam is a worldwide problem. Recent reoccupation of Afghanistan by Taliban has emboldened Islamic terrorists the world over. And, I am sure, it has also pleased the silent Muslim majority that provides moral support to the terrorists.

The latest example comes from Indian Muslim majority state of Kashmir (reference below) where a Sikh school teacher and her Hindu colleague were brutally murdered in their school. The terrorists entered the school and asked the staff to segregate themselves by t
religion. Muslim teachers were asked to walk to walk to safety. The male Hindu teacher was selected to be executed. The Sikh principal of the school walked out of her office and challenged the terrorists. Both the teacher and the principal were killed. It has been reported that the principal used to donate half of her salary for the benefit of the school and even had adopted an orphaned Muslim female student. But such little humanitarian things hardly deter Muslims when Allah and Islam have to be saved from the infidels! Nadia Murad in her memoir has described this kind of terror against her Yezidi people done by ISIS in Iraq.

This kind of terror cannot exist without tacit approval of the silent Muslim majority. Islam is a worldwide problem. Who will be the next victim of a Muslim killer, is just a matter of chance.

Ref: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/oct/07/two-teachers-shot-dead-by-militants-in-kashmir-school


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