Date: 05/06/2014

You have written the Truth about the followers of Mohammed. He himself was past master in the art of deceiving.




Our first experience in this respect was what Prithviraj Chauhan found out a THOUSAND years ago.

Each time he captured Mohammed Ghori the TURK swore by Koran that he would NEVER again invade Hindusthan but he came again and again, having taken the SAME oath on Koran again and again. Prithviraj paid with his life for trusting a "Mohammed". Bharat paid the price of getting a smashed Akhand Bharat in 1947.

GURU GOBIND SINGHJI UNDERSTOOD THEM WELL. He said, "If a Muslim takes a thousand oaths on his Koran DO NOT BELIEVE HIM!"

It is our eternal bad luck that what we learn we either forget or fail to pass on.


In a message dated 04/06/2014 02:00:34 GMT Daylight Time, XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX writes:

Until May 12 (the last round of elections), these Muslims were screaming from the rootftops to defeat Modi.

Now, AFTER the May 16 election results were announced, these Muslims are doing a U-turn and are now claiming that they too voted for Modi. Here are 4 articles on this ridiculous Taqqiya mendacity (that include Azam Khan, Javed Akhtar, a Kolkatan beef-trader and a Hyderabadi "intellectual").

How convenient is it to side with the victor ! Muslims are the most opportunistic lying cowards who lack the courage to take on "Hindu muscle" and would quickly call for a true at the slightest signs of Hindu consolidation.

These Muslims can never be trusted to speak the truth or wish for India's development and advancement ! All these Muslims care about is the advancement of Islam into a position of strength in India. And that can only be achieved by Muslims jumping onto the winning bandwagon to extract their pound of flesh.

Ex: In West Bengal, Islamist leaders/goons abandoned CPIM and jumped onto the Trinamool bandwagon AFTER the Trinamool victory in 2011 Assembly elections.

And always remember, Muslims themselves will never believe the lies that they tell others (Hindus).


TOI speaks to Kolkata Muslims who have voted for Modi

Ajanta Chakraborty, TNN | May 16, 2014

KOLKATA: A quiet churning has taken place inside the ghettos of central and north Kolkata. Muslims, who have been CPM or Trinamool supporters, have switched to BJP and its frontrunner Narendra Modi.

They have also been able to inspire some of their brethren in the Rajabazar-Narkeldanga area, once identified as the CPM's fief, and later the Trinamool's. The age-group of the "NaMo fans" is predominantly between 25 and 35 years. But there are also buzurg (elders) and aurtey (women), who are openly rallying behind Modiji, defying popular conception that he had triggered panic voting among Muslims to defeat the BJP.

Talking to some of these Rajabazar Muslims, it is obvious that the emotional gulf between BJP's PM-pick and sections of the Muslim community of Kolkata has narrowed. They seem to have put Babri Masjid and Godhra well behind them "to give Modi a chance". The change of heart is driven by the need to revive India's economy, with Muslims as one of the stake-holders. Some articulate their stance in no unclear terms, others have been influenced by the mohalla -- in their resolve to press the button next to the "kamal".

Rafat Maqsood, a first-time-voter at M N Chatterjee Road, believes this election is about looking forward. "I've read about Godhra and Babri Masjid. Yet I have voted for Modi. He will be able to improve the economy by the time I graduate and look for a job," she said, adding, "We don't want to remain under the shadow of the two black incidents. It's time to be realistic. We are all secular and certainly not congenitally hostile towards the saffron party. This is the new generation that has shed their blind anti-BJPism."

Said Md Ashfaque Alam (38), a former CPM supporter who had crossed over to Trinamool in 2010: "When Didi started exposing the CPM, highlighting the Sachar Committee report, many of us found in her a new hope. But she has also fooled us, the way the CPM did. So it's time to try someone else this time. Modiji has been cleared of the Godhra case, and those in his ministry have been spelt guilty and punished by the law of the land," explained Alam, who's now an active member of the BJP Minority Morcha.

He has been circulating a CD released by the RSS. It projects all political parties as treating Muslims as a vote bank and not doing anything for the community. In the CD, RSS assures the community there's nothing to fear under a government led by Modi at the centre. Not many know that RSS has a Muslim wing, the Muslim Rashtriya Manch.

According to Shah Alam, who runs a local meat agency, BJP is trying hard to re-brand itself as a party not wedded to anti-Muslim views: "Our neighbourhood has seen that despite initial fears of polarisation along communal lines, our election campaign has been secular, with developmental concerns trumping mandir-masjid like issues." Alam used to be Didi loyalist until a year ago. He is now preparing to contest next year's KMC elections with a BJP ticket.

Sixty-five-year-old Noor Alam admitted that much as the BJP has been trying, it hasn't been able to refashion Modi as a consensus figure like Atal Bihari Varjpayee. "But there's no harm in giving him a fair chance. Modi mustn't let us down now that he knows that not all Muslims are electorally separated from the BJP anymore." He referred to cleric Mahmood Madni's recent warning to secular parties not to scare Muslims.

The dominant discourse at Rajabazar is as follows: Modi's optimism is a better option than a stalled economy under the so-called secular parties. Md Ashfaque cited Mamata Banerjee's efforts to pander the community by extending dole to Muslim clerics: "The imams are not poor. Let the dole go to the deserving - widows and handicapped etc. She has created a Hindu-Muslim divide with this kind of appeasement."

Other voices suggested that parties keep indulging in the Hindu-Muslim polemics while ignoring the fact that the Congress government was at the helm during the Babri demolition. "What we really want is to be treated as citizens rather than a vote-bank. The Left and the TMC patronise us during election and forget us once it's over," said Md Hauzarul Huda, trader of plastic scrap.


Muslims in Hyderabad come to terms with Modi's victory
TNN | May 18, 2014,

HYDERABAD: A day after the landslide victory of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Muslim community, though treading with caution, has accepted the inevitable that Narendra Modi would lead the country as its Prime Minister. While a cross section of Muslims said the concerns of the community about its safety, among others, are yet to be addressed by the BJP, they added that opening a channel of dialogue with the party to air these issues is paramount.

"A large section of the population has voted for the BJP and Modi as its PM candidate, and he will be our PM too. The Muslim community should not isolate itself from any ruling party," said Iqbal Ahmed Engineer, a city-based intellectual.

Interestingly, Engineer said that the 'fear psychosis', allegedly created in the minds of Muslims by secular parties such as the Congress against the BJP, must be removed. "Parties have frightened the Muslims. But now is a time when the community can act as a pressure group to voice their concerns before the BJP. Further, it is unlikely that Modi will execute the RSS agenda as the international community will be watching his tenure in office," he added.

Despite the fact that the BJP has included in its core agenda a Uniform Civil Code (UCC), many are of the opinion that the move would not go down well with both Muslim and Hindu communities. While a revocation of Muslim personal law would be seen as an act of 'vengeance', the Hindu personal law is too complex to do away with. "Property inheritance conditions, among others, in Hindu law are complex. Implementation of the UCC is difficult as doing away with them would anger both communities," another analyst said.

Zaheeruddin Ali Khan, managing editor of Siasat Urdu daily, noted that the BJP cannot afford to keep minorities out of the ambit of development. "Can education be denied to 20 per cent of the population? The opportunist secular parties were heavy on promises but low on delivery. The Samajwadi Party could not stop the Muzaffarnagar riots. The list is long," he said. Like Engineer, Khan also was of the opinion that a constructive dialogue with the BJP should be maintained.

However, some have raised other concerns. S Q Masood, a resident of Kalapather, expressed fear that the Muslims could become targets of violence. "There is a possibility that activities of lumpen elements associated with the party may not be checked," he said.

Waseem Khan, a businessman and resident of Noor Khan Bazar, said: "Being the single largest party, it is possible that the BJP could go ahead with the construction of the temple at Ayodhya by making amendments to laws in Parliament."


"Narendra Modi's victory has proved that Indian Muslims are secular": Azam Khan
PTI | May 19, 2014

RAMPUR: Suggesting that Muslims have contributed to Narendra Modi's victory in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, SP leader Azam Khan, who had indulged in a vitriolic attack on the BJP leader, said they had proved that they were a "secular" community.

"Narendra Modi's victory in the Lok Sabha polls has amply proved that Indian Muslims were and are secular," he told reporters here last evening.


Javed Akhtar defends Modi's secular credentials
Mumbai Mirror | May 21, 2014

The evening before the Modi juggernaut rolled into town capturing Lutyens' Delhi, Shabana Azmi and Javed Akhtar hosted a soiree at their tastefully done up Lodhi Estate bungalow, a stone's throw from the India International Centre.

Shabana whose MP's tenure lapsed a while back (time to return that bungalow then), wore a flowing white chikankari kurta and a garland of fragrant mogras while sundry elegant ladies in chic and mis-matached sareeblouses milled around Aatish Taseer holding forth on his trip to Banaras and Amethi, and the charismatic Professor Mushirul-Hasan.

Over delicious meats and rabri and mangoes. Delhi's intellectuals tut-tuttted over the UPA's non-performance even as Javed Akhtar valiantly defended Modi's secular credentials.


And here is what Javed "U-turn" Akhtar had screamed a few weeks ago:

"Narendra Modi followers are of a low quality": Javed Akhtar

"Narendra Modi cannot be a good PM": Javed Akhtar

"90% Indians oppose BJP`s PM nominee Narendra Modi. His rise is a challenge to democracy" says Javed Akhtar