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Global impact of threat of Iraninan president

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Submitted by Amitabh tripathi (India), Nov 4, 2005 at 06:42

On 26 October Iranian president Ahmedinejad made a statement against Israel and three days later Indian capital faced terrorist attacks. Many people will describe it as coincidental, but it is not coincident. Experts on security related subjects and terrorism in India has come to conclusion that this is first attack by Al-Queda on Indian soil and it also has close connection with Indian policy shift towards Israel in last few years.

In every last friday prayer of Ramadan month Islamists gather in Al-Quuds masjid to make some strategy for the welfare of their ummah. this time they decided to teach India a lesson for its foreign policy shift. Indian vote against Iran in IAEA was big motive for the attack of 29 october.

Indian government has tried to cover up this incident very well for some unknown reasons.But this attack has fueled debate within India about the role of Israel-Arab conflict in global terrorism. Islam has a dream of Khilafat and they want to achieve it by terrorism. Israel is big hurdle in their ambition and every state who is in direct relation with Israel or has sympathy with Israel is big enemy for Islamic ummah.

This is not the first time when Internation Islamic front has adopted a method to blackmail regimes to change their policies by terrorist attacks,they have done it successfully in withdrawing troops of some countries from Iraq last year.Now they have applied same technique to put India under pressure.

The time has come to realise the truth behind these attacks and also the angle of middle eastern politics in Islamic terrorism.

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