TALIBAN IN HARYANA, INDIA?
Date: 24 Oct 2007
Please see news item below.
The news of "TALIBAN" living in KARNAL is alarming. It is a town not far from PANIPAT where free (HINDU) India's last battle was lost in 1192 AD, resulting in CENTURIES LONG crippling slavery of our nation.
IS THIS THE SECULAR INDIA THAT CONCEDED A SEPARATE HOMELAND TO HER MUSLIMS IN 1947, HOPING NEVER TO SEE THEM AGAIN?
Now it appears that the power balance is rapidly shifting once again and conditions of intimidation of general public, mostly Hindus, by the same despicable “indigenous” Muslims is on the increase.
The news (below) needs to be verified immediately. If true, it is the most serious challenge to native Hindu leadership and a warning to them to take Partition “on board” and educate the masses about the Holocaust of 1947. The community that also needs to sit up, are the SIKHS in "siege mentality" in EAST PUNJAB, who should feel the Islamic HEAT from the West (Lahore), the East (Karnal) and the North (Kashmir).
What is now taking place in Bharat is hardly the proof of Gandhi’s “Hindu-Muslim Bhai Bhai” (Hindus and Muslims are brothers).
If it is already TOO LATE then what needs to be done immediately?
Oct 15, 2007.
Ajit Weekly, Toronto, Canada Edition, dated 10 to 16 October 2007, page 1.
RULE OF TALIBAN IN A HARYANA VILLAGE
Chandigarh: Villagers in Mundewali, 25 kilometres from Karnal, are not permitted to buy television sets, nor take photos or listen to Hindi music.
Instructions to this effect have been issued by all the maulvis in the village that has 5,000 Muslim inhabitants. Use of radio is allowed only to listen to the news.
Dilshad Ali, student BA, second year, says, “I had to attach my photo on the application form for admission to college but I did not tell anyone about it. According to another resident, Sadaqat Ali, 18, the maulvis are warning people against the harmful effects of watching television. A woman who wishes to remain anonymous, said, “In our village women are not allowed to step out of homes.” A majority of girls are married at the age of 14 or 15 years. She stepped out of her house for the first time when she was to take her child to hospital. (Unquote)