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#16 [Permalink] Posted on 11th December 2019 17:19
Remember triple talak has been criminalised, Kashmir has been annexed, got green light for ram mandir and CAB has passed. If indian muslims don't act now then next will be uniform civil code.
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#17 [Permalink] Posted on 11th December 2019 18:01
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Yes Asaduddin Owaisi is the only guy I like from the Indian political parties.
And from among the religious groups my leader is Samiullah Khan.
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#18 [Permalink] Posted on 11th December 2019 21:37
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Major parties that supported #CitizenshipBill
- BJP
- BJD
- YSRCP
- JDU
- AIADMK
- Shivsena
- BSP (partial)
- TDP
- SAD
- LJP

Major parties that opposed #CitizenshipBill
- INC
- DMK
- CPM
- AIMIM
- AAP
- TRS
- NCP (partial)
- SP (partial)
- TMC
- RJD
- IUML
- CPI

Keep this list handy for every single election.
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#19 [Permalink] Posted on 12th December 2019 06:01
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Definitively agree, Do we have any equivalent to the Ulema of pre-Independence ?
We have the books and biographies of Ml. Thanvi, Ml. Rasheed Ahmad Gangohi, Ml. Qasim Nanotvi, Haztrajis, etc - Do we have such Muttaqi Leaders whom we can trust and follow.
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#20 [Permalink] Posted on 12th December 2019 06:03
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3 Muslims Voted. They are not people elected, but Rajya Sabha elected by their party.


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#21 [Permalink] Posted on 12th December 2019 06:06
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Bhai, these are Kanoon(Laws).

Everything happens from Allah, solution is from Allah.
If a person didnt understand that the nuksan is from Allah, he will never reach Allah to solve the nuksan.
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#22 [Permalink] Posted on 12th December 2019 07:43
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I have used it on the Facebook but did not write your name to avoid unnecessary traffic to our forum.

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#23 [Permalink] Posted on 12th December 2019 08:25
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Dear Hindus Friend of India.
Namaste.
There are 200 million Muslims in India. Even if the government used up all its resources, including your income tax money (which ideally should be used to provide you with better infrastructure and affordable healthcare and better education for your children) to persecute the Muslims, put them in detention centres, deport them or massacre them, it is still a task which will be next to impossible. You can spend your entire lives on this exercise of trying to get the country rid of the Muslims, but it will be in vain. Because you cannot wish away 200 million people, just like that. It is not possible!
Meanwhile, this is what will happen:
India will lose its credibility, its moral uprightness, its standing in the world (already comparisons are being made to Nazi Germany), but most importantly its ability to invite investors, provide a suitable atmosphere to do business, create wealth because who wants to invest in a country which is presumably sitting on a tinderbox?
Your educational institutions, your economy, your infrastructure, your healthcare facilities will all take a beating because the money that should be spent on them will be spent on enumeration exercises, getting new identity cards, building detention centres, transporting people, making sure they don’t escape, smoking out people from their hiding spots... oh the whole mammoth exercise and, yet, there will be some Muslims left cocking a snook at you. Remember I told you, it is impossible to wish 200 million people away. When Hitler couldn't do it with 2,34,000 Jews, you have a fat chance of doing that with thousand times that many people in a country ten times the size of Germany.
Meanwhile, you will be find yourselves divided into two camps, those of you who will sympathise with the underdog,(oh make no mistake about it, most human beings are wired to feel sorry for the underdog) and those of you who will have to keep this fight against the Muslims going while keeping your flock together. Haven't you read how many Germans put their lives at risk hiding, protecting and saving the Jews. Remember Schindler's List? Don't you see how already members of the same family, childhood friends, college buddies and colleagues are going at each other calling names like Bhakts, Sanghis on one side and libtaards and Commies on the other. This will reach unimaginable proportions and believe me it will be a spectacle worth watching.
And, yes years will go by, when this drama will fizzle out (the Third Reich did and this will too) and the generation after the next one (your grandchildren) will have to start rebuilding from the exact point where you began the process of destruction. And they will begin by assuaging the Muslims (and other minorities who you would have persecuted, again without much success) and taking them along so that the country can once again move ahead.
Frankly speaking, my dear Indian Hindus, you can stop now, or do time travel in the reverse and then restart 20 years down the line from where you were 40 years ago.
The choice is yours to make 🙂

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#24 [Permalink] Posted on 12th December 2019 08:30
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#25 [Permalink] Posted on 12th December 2019 08:35
FIR Against AMU Students

FIR against 502 Aligarh Muslim University students for protesting against Citizenship (Amendment) Bill

Aligarh
Uttar Pradesh
India

An FIR has been filed against 20 named and 500 unnamed students of the Aligarh Muslim University in connection with their protest against Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019, on December 10 night.

Superintendent of Police (City) Abhishek said the students did not seek permission from the city administration. “When the protesters crossed the campus gate and tried to enter the city, they were stopped at the University Circle. Some of the student leaders misbehaved with the officers and heckled some constables. Hence, an FIR was registered under Sections 188 and 353 of the IPC,” said Mr. Abhishek, adding there was no damage to public property.

“We have deployed extra force outside the campus to meet any eventuality,” he added.

Those named in the FIR include the president of the outgoing Students’ Union Salman Imtiaz and former president of the AMUSU Faizul Hasan.

Earlier, thousands of students participated in the protest, which was also joined by some teachers. They resolved to reject the Bill and challenge it on all public fora. Local sources said students were holding torches and copies of the Bill were burnt during the protest. “As the Bill is to be presented in the Rajya Sabha, we call upon all parties to stay alert and ensure that all MPs reject this Bill of hate and divide. Any political party that supports the Bill will be considered anti-Muslim, Islamophobic and enemy of united India,” said Mr. Imtiaz.

He said the AMU students feel the Bill satisfied the “dreams” of “hate preachers like Savarkar, Golwalkar and Hedgewar” and “murders the vision of Gandhi.” The “tragic” aim of “Modi-Shah bonhomie”, he added, was to force India to become another Israel.

A parallel protest was organised in AMU Girls’ College, where hundreds of students participated. AMUSU has appealed for a boycott of classes on December 11 and requested the teachers to join the protest.

Najmul Islam, honorary secretary, AMU Teachers’ Association, said though the teachers supported the cause, they could not join the protest. “We appeal for a peaceful protest within the ambit of the law. We also appeal to the district administration to quash the FIR against the students,” said Mr. Islam.

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#26 [Permalink] Posted on 12th December 2019 08:39
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नागरिकता संशोधन कानून का जो प्रस्ताव लोकसभा में और राज्यसभा में रखा गया और वो बहुमत से पारित हुआ. इस पहल के लिए, इस साहसिक कदम के लिए, हम केंद्र सरकार का और विशेषतः प्रधानमंत्री और गृहमंत्री जी का बहुत हृदय से अभिनंदन करते हैं, उनको धन्यवाद देते हैं.

जब देश का विभाजन हुआ, उस समय धार्मिक आधार पर ही देश के विभाजन की मांग थी. जबकि भारत की मानसिकता में इस प्रकार की धार्मिक राज्य की कल्पना नहीं है. लेकिन इसी मुद्दे पर देश का विभाजन हुआ. उस समय के नेतृत्व ने इसको स्वीकार किया. अगर धर्म के आधार पर ये विभाजन न होता तो उसके बाद घटी हुई कई प्रकार की घटनाएं शायद नहीं होतीं. परन्तु जब ये विभाजन हुआ तो उसके बाद पाकिस्तान ने, बंग्लादेश ने, अपने आप को एक इस्लामिक स्टेट के रूप में घोषित किया और उसी समय ये आशंकाएं निर्माण हुईं कि वहां पर रहने वाले अल्पसंख्यक समाज का स्थान क्या रहेगा? परन्तु उस समय दो सरकारों के बीच जो एक समझौता हुआ था, उसमें ये बात कही गई कि इस्लामिक स्टेट होने के बाद भी किसी भी अल्पसंख्यक समुदाय के साथ कोई भेदभाव, अन्याय नहीं होगा. लेकिन दुर्भाग्य से कहना पड़ता है कि वह नहीं हुआ, और वहां पर बड़ी संख्या में रहने वाला हिन्दू समाज है वो कई प्रकार की यातनाओं का शिकार बनता गया. अफगानिस्तान में रहने वाले हिन्दू, बंग्लादेश में, पाकिस्तान में रहने वाले हिन्दू, उसका अगर हम समय-समय पर हुई जनगणना के आंकड़ों को अगर हम देखते हैं तो ध्यान में आता है कि बड़ी संख्या में इस अल्पसंख्यक समुदाय की संख्या निरंतर घटती गई.

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The resolution of the Citizenship Amendment Act, which was introduced in the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha, was passed by majority. For this initiative, for this bold step, we heartily congratulate the Central Government and especially the Prime Minister and the Home Minister, thanking them.

When the country was divided, at that time there was a demand for partition of the country on religious grounds. While this type of religious state is not conceived in the mindset of India. But on this issue, the country was divided. The leadership of that time accepted this. If this division was not done on the basis of religion, then many types of incidents that happened would probably not happen. But when this partition took place, after that Pakistan, Bangladesh, declared itself as an Islamic state and at the same time there was an apprehension that what would be the place of the minority society living there? But at the time an agreement was reached between the two governments, it was said that even after being an Islamic state, there would be no discrimination, injustice or injustice to any minority community. But unfortunately it has to be said that it did not happen, and there is a large number of Hindu society living there, he became a victim of many kinds of torture. If we look at the census data from time to time, Hindus living in Afghanistan, in Bangladesh, Hindus living in Pakistan, it is important to note that the number of this minority community has been continuously decreasing in large numbers.

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#27 [Permalink] Posted on 12th December 2019 09:18
Assam Started Burning Yesterday


JP leaders including Chief Minister's residence under attack in Assam

Assam was all about linguistic assertion. Assamese want all Bangla speaking people out of Assam , irrespective of their religious affiliations .
Since it's win , BJP has been trying to brainwash them to make it a Hindu - Muslim divide , as is their intrinsic characteristic . That polarization has thankfully failed and BJP is at the receiving end there

In the end ....

(Kashif Siddiqui on Facebook)

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I suppose that the argument that we shall bear all economic loss but vote for Modi has run its course and the ground reality has started biting.

(My Comment)

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As Assam burns with anti CAB protests, RSS and BJP leaders from the state including Chief Minister Sarbanada Sonowal are being rigorously criticised.

The protesters attacked the house of Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, Union minister Rameswar Teli and several other BJP leaders.

Chief Minister Sarbanada Sonowal's house which is located at Dibrugarh in Upper Assam came under attack yesterday night as protestors pelted stones at his house.

While Union Minister Rameshwar Teli's residence in Dulijan also came under rage of protestors.

A BJP MLA Prashanta Phukan's house in the Upper Assam was vandalised by the protestors.

There are also reports that in many places RSS office has also been attacked.

Source : New Indian Express
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#28 [Permalink] Posted on 12th December 2019 09:38

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You have completely missed the point! The question is based on your analysis of the condition of the Ummah and not the condition of the Ulama.

The condition of the "Ummah (not Ulamah)" was similar pre-1947 and YET the Ulama participated in campaigns to expel the British and DID NOT sit around.

So why are you advising people to sit around in 2019?

  1. Understand the question
  2. Answer the question

If you don't understand it, hit "dislike" satisfy your Nafs and move on but don't answer with random responses.


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If someone in your family gets ill, what do you do? Outline steps on your actions in a step-by-step manner.

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#29 [Permalink] Posted on 12th December 2019 09:49
This is ok - If you don't understand it, hit "dislike"
This is not OK - "satisfy your Nafs"
This is ok - and move on but don't answer with random responses.

I noticed several times in your posts, where you start Targeting people if they are against your ideas.
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#30 [Permalink] Posted on 12th December 2019 09:55

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Not targetting anyone at all.

Asking you politely:

  1. Understand the question
  2. THEN answer the question

Don't randomly just answer what is in your head because it wastes both of our time. It is far easier for everyone for you to hit "dislike" and move on.

I explained to you in plain English and I am sure that you are intelligent enough to grasp and understand it. You responded with randomness

The condition of the "Ummah (not Ulamah)" was similar pre-1947 and YET the Ulama participated in campaigns to expel the British and DID NOT sit around.


I asked you in plain English and I am sure that you are intelligent enough to grasp and understand it. You still responded with randomness

If someone in your family gets ill, what do you do? Outline steps on your actions in a step-by-step manner.

Courtesy says that when someone asks you a question:

  1. If you don't understand the question, be honest and ask for clarification
  2. If you do understand then answer the question
  3. If you do not wish to answer then politely decline to answer

Not post randomness and then accuse and slander others for targetting you, where did you learn this Sunnah from?

There is nothing wrong with disagreement but disagree with facts, don't disagree with randomness


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