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Re: Bank of Pictures & Cartoons

PostPosted: Sun Feb 08, 2009 7:45 pm
by The Cat
The Evergoing Islamic Terror in India
Dedicated to our dear Hindu members.

My favorite site on Hinduism, loaded with tons of links and references: Hindu Wisdom.
http://www.hinduwisdom.info/contents.htm
Will Durant observed, the Mohammedan conquest of India was probably the bloodiest story in history...a discouraging tale,
for its evident moral is that civilization is a precious good, whose delicate complex order and freedom
can at any moment be overthrown by barbarians invading from without and multiplying from... within.
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Excerpts from letters written by governor al-Hajjaj to his general, Muhammad Qasim, in 712, while invading Sindh.
I am shocked at the weakness of your policy. People will think that you are trying to bring about peace! You should inspire fear. (...) You must use all your strength, for they will put up a furious resistance for the sake of their wealth and families. Ride against them… With the help of God, we hope to make them all food for our sharp swords, take away their wealth and their families, and obtain large booty. Do not show weakness, and remember that God makes the end of the pious happy.

It appears from your letter that all the rules made by you for the comfort and convenience of your men are strictly in accordance with religious law. But the way of granting pardon prescribed by the law is different from the one adopted by you, for you go on giving partdon to everybody, high or low, without any discretion and without any distinction between a friend of foe. The great God says in the Qur'an (47.4): ''O true believers, when you encounter the disbelievers, strike off their heads''. The above command of the Great God is a great command and must be respected and followed. You should not be so fond of showing mercy, as to nullify the virtue of the act. Henceforth grant pardon to no one of the enemy and spare none of them, or else all will consider you a weak-minded man.


Heroic Hindu Resistance to Muslim Invaders -636AD to 1206AD- (by Sita Ram Goel).
http://voiceofdharma.org/books/hhrmi/
The Story of Islamic Imperialism in India (by Sita Ram Goel).
http://voiceofdharma.org/books/siii/

The Legacy of Muslim Rule in India (by K.S. Lal).
http://voiceofdharma.org/books/tlmr/
Indian Muslims, who are they? (by K.S. Kal).
http://voiceofdharma.org/books/imwat/

The Demographic Siege (by Koenraad Elst).
http://voiceofdharma.org/books/demogislam/
Negationism in India, Concealing the record of Islam (by Koenraad Elst).
http://voiceofdharma.org/books/negaind/

Hindu Temples: What Happened to Them? Vol. 1 & 2 (many authors)
http://voiceofdharma.org/books/htemples1/
http://voiceofdharma.org/books/htemples2/

Re: Bank of Pictures & Cartoons

PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2009 12:25 am
by The Cat
The Evergoing Islamic Terror in India -2/4

Mohandas K. Gandhi
Hatred ever kills, love never dies. Such is the vast difference between the two. What is obtained by love
is retained for all time. What is obtained by hatred proves a burden in reality for it increases hatred.

---Hate the sin, love the sinner.

---I cannot teach you violence, as I do not myself believe in it. I can only teach
you not to bow your heads before any one even at the cost of your life.
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Systematic ethnic cleansing of Hindus in Bangladesh
http://www.mukto-mona.com/human_rights/ ... adesh.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1971_Bangladesh_atrocities
http://www.gendercide.org/case_bangladesh.html
http://www.genocidebangladesh.org/
http://www.genocidebangladesh.org/?page_id=33
http://www.virtualbangladesh.com/history/genocide.html

Quote from the first link:
In Bangladesh, hindu population was
28% in 1941;
22% in 1951,
18.5% in 1961;
13.5% in 1974;
12.2% in 1981
10.5% in 1991.
Hindu population decreased by 8% from 1961 to 1991 (Ref 1, 2).

The vanishing minority population is understood from researching the census documents published the government. Fifty years ago in 1941, 28.3 per cent of the total population was minorities. The population of Hindu was 11.88 millions, while 588 thousand was other religious and ethnic minorities (Buddhist, Christian and animist). Evaluation of government statistics of 50 years, from 1941 to 1991, indicates a large drop in the figure for minorities. A comparative picture shows that the number of the Muslim majority increased 219.5 per cent while the Hindu community increased by 4.5 per cent. (Ref 3).

If normal increase rate prevailed, the number of the Hindu community in this country would have been 32.5 million, but the Hindu population in Bangladesh stood at 12.5 million in 1991 Census (State of Human Rights, 1994). Therefore the missing population is 20 million.


This ethnic cleansing is happening also in Kashmir, the soul's country!
http://www.kashmiri-pandit.org/sundry/genocide.html
http://www.kashmir-information.com/Whit ... henic.html

Re: Bank of Pictures & Cartoons

PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2009 3:44 am
by The Cat
The Evergoing Islamic Terror in India -3/4

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Most of the cartoons came from: http://www.cagle.com/news/TerrorIndia08/main.asp

JIHAD: The Islamic Doctrine of Permanent War (by Suhas Majumbar):
http://voiceofdharma.org/books/jihad/
The decline of the West, of which Spengler wrote, is nowhere so evident as in its total indifference to the Islamic doctrine of jihãd, and in the absolute neglect of its duty to confront such a creed intellectually while broadcasting over the whole world its pernicious implications. Thanks to the money-power of the oil-rich Arab countries, Islam has spread its tentacles to the farthest point of the globe, and is making known its intention of world-domination in no uncertain terms.

The intellect of the West looks at the spectacle, benumbed and fascinated, sometimes breaking into loud acclamations as to the glory that is Islam, and sometimes mumbling incoherent protests against its fundamentalism. As Nirad Chaudhury has pointed out, this division of Islam into two variants - the one Fundamentalist and the other Liberal - is the result of ''either ignorance or repulsive hypocrisy''. Whatever else may get liberalised, jihad cannot; and the West's failure to understand the true nature of the current Islamic Revival must be recognised as the most colossal intellectual failure of the present epoch (...)

The only consolation they (Hindus) can derive is from the fact that at present such ignorance is a universal phenomenon. The Western world's intellectual decline is nowhere so manifest as in this context. India's Secularism is on its own admission merely a pale imitation of its Western original which itself has nowhere taken note of the Islamic doctrine of jihãd. Consequently, the riot-prone behavior pattern of the immigrant Muslim population in Western countries has left them helpless and guessing. The Western media call it ''ethnic unrest'' - a stupid description betraying abysmal ignorance about the nature of Islam.

Re: Bank of Pictures & Cartoons

PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2009 4:37 am
by The Cat
The Evergoing Islamic Terror in India -4/4

The Mumbai Attack, The Boston Globe coverture (many more pictures in)...
http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2008/1 ... ttack.html
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Consternation...
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A victim among so many others...
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A room to room firing battle...
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Emanuele Lattanzi carrying his daughter out of troubles...
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Re: Bank of Pictures & Cartoons

PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2009 4:57 am
by The Cat
Rage Boy: A Kashmiri Muslim -1/3
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Aside from Osama Bin Laden, Rage Boy is the most associated figure with Islam....
So much so that, from all the derivative products, he'd be a rich man in the West!Image



Islamic Rage Boy has been unmasked as one Shakeel Ahmad Bhat, a 31-year-old high school drop-out and ex-con (at the time). He told an AFP interviewer, "If my photographs get published across the world, it is because my emotions are real and my looks are not deceptive. The photos show the anger inside." When told that bloggers point and laugh at him, and that T-shirts and other "Rage Boy" merchandise are for sale, he said, "I don't believe this! I have no knowledge about all this. Why do they do it?"

He also responded to his nickname, "Islamic Rage Boy," by saying "I don't need any titles. I am a simple Muslim."
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Patrick French, went to Srinagar an interviewed Shakeel 'Rage' Bhat
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... alism.html
But who is the real person behind the cartoon and what does he believe in? I travelled to Kashmir in search of the poster-boy of fundamentalism. Islamist extremism is rarely out of the news these days. It showed its most inhuman side last week when a Taliban suicide bomber killed politicians and a group of schoolgirls in an attack in Afghanistan.

In Pakistan, former prime minister Benazir Bhutto said the bomb that blew up her homecoming convoy, killing 140 people, may have been strapped to a child dressed in her party colours who was handed up to her vehicle moments before the blast.

In London, MI5 chief Jonathan Evans suggested British children as young as 15 were being recruited by Al Qaeda to launch a campaign of devastation against their own country.

In the wake of the attacks on America in 2001, some Muslims around the world were inspired by Osama Bin Laden's spectacular nihilist philosophy. His death cult, born of the collision between the harsh religious tradition of the Arabian Desert and the rush of new Saudi oil money, holds that all non-believers are fair game in a war fought for the imposition of universal Muslim rule and the restoration of the Caliphate. Islamist terrorism ? the reason given by General Musharraf for declaring martial law in Pakistan last weekend ? has spread its tentacles wide, leaving people and governments frightened about how best to respond. If anyone embodies the violent potency of this threat, it is Islamic Rage Boy. Over the past few months he has become as much of a hate figure as Bin Laden. (...)

To be continued.

Re: Bank of Pictures & Cartoons

PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2009 7:14 am
by The Cat
Rage Boy: A Kashmiri Muslim -2/3
From him we can see what Islam can make of a former Sufi...

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Patrick French's article (continued, 2/2)
It was my first visit to the disputed Indian state of Kashmir for more than 20 years. As a teenage backpacker, I remember spending long days lying in the sun on a houseboat on Dal Lake and trekking in the mountains. Then the place was full of hippies and tourists, but they have long since fled. Kashmir is spectacularly beautiful, with high lakes and streams, almond and apple orchards, and breathtaking views across the deodar forests that descend from mountain ranges. But since the start of the anti-Indian insurgency in the late Eighties, it has become a place of bloodshed. When India became independent and Pakistan was created in 1947, the Kashmir valley became a part of India despite having a large Muslim majority, a decision that was to have fatal historical reverberations.

Arriving at Srinagar airport, I got a taste of what was to come: sand-bags, fortified arches draped with camouflage netting, pill-box bunkers, armoured vehicles with gun barrels poking out of their turrets, roads lined with razor wire. Indian paramilitary police in helmets and metal breastplates manned frequent checkpoints. I soon realised that my mobile phone was not working: all foreign phones are jammed as a security measure. Although Kashmir is calmer than it has been for years, it felt like a war zone. (...)

Shakeel is a one-off, an eccentric, but he may be more representative of Muslim anger around the world than we like to admit, whether in Ramallah, Srinagar or Chechnya. He doesn't understand us, and we don't understand him. Our assumption that any form of unrest or protest by Muslims must be connected to the Al Qaeda cause is plainly wrong. In fact, Osama Bin Laden has hijacked Islam from the vast majority of the world's Muslims. Shakeel Ahmad Bhat is the product of poverty, lack of opportunity and state brutality. Islam is to him a way of life. He is illiterate and his only source of news is the street. Surrounded by other people who lack knowledge of the outside world, is it any surprise that he believes balmy conspiracy theories about the attacks of 9/11?

Islamist extremism is a serious threat and will continue. But Al Qaeda's brand of terrorism has little in common with Shakeel's upbringing or experience. The Sufi traditions of the Kashmir valley are a thousand miles away from the Salafism of Egypt and Saudi Arabia that gave rise to Bin Laden's thinking. Shakeel became a not very successful militant because he thought Kashmir deserved self-rule and his sister had been thrown out of a window. Al Qaeda believes the only pure form of Islam was that practiced by the Prophet and his followers many centuries ago. It uses the tools of modernity: TV, planes, plastic explosives, the internet, to try to destroy modernity.

The terrorist threat we face in Britain comes from the spread of Al Qaeda ideology, combined with the failed multicultural project that led successive governments to refuse to promote the active integration of immigrant communities.

This calculated lack of loyalty led directly to the obscenity of the 7/7 bombings, when men who were born and bred in England blew up themselves and their fellow citizens, since their only allegiance was to a synthetic external identity. That is true rage.
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An Islamic Rush Limbaugh?
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Who needs modernity? Allah knows best!
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Rage Boy in heaven...
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Re: Bank of Pictures & Cartoons

PostPosted: Tue Feb 10, 2009 1:12 am
by The Cat
Rage Boy: A Kashmiri Muslim -3/3

Raised unto a Sufi environment, Islam made the hell out of him...
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Islam at works in the Soul Country of Kashmir...
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Re: Bank of Pictures & Cartoons

PostPosted: Tue Feb 10, 2009 1:43 am
by The Cat
Requiem for Kashmir
Once a bucket of enlightenment...
Where Rage Boy learned Sufism...

Now looking like a place where even sunsets are in need of guardians!
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Re: Bank of Pictures & Cartoons

PostPosted: Tue Feb 10, 2009 2:12 am
by The Cat
The Gaza Conflict
A professional cartoonists review...
from: http://www.cagle.com/news/GazaConflict08/main.asp
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http://www.theworld.org/?q=node/4030
Timeline of (the recent) Conflict
2006
Dec 9 - Abbas suggests early polls; Hamas denounces the idea.
Dec 11 - Three sons of a Fatah security chief are shot dead on their way to school.
Dec 14 - Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniya's convoy comes under fire; Hamas blames Fatah.
Dec 16 - Abbas says he will call early elections; Hamas speaks of "coup."
Dec 19 - Formal truce between Hamas and Fatah.

2007
Jan 1 - New clashes between Hamas and Fatah erupt in Gaza.
Jan 21 - Abbas and Hamas political chief Meshaal meet in Syria.
Jan 25 - Armed clashes between Hamas and Fatah flare up again.
Jan 30 - Another truce between Hamas and Fatah becomes effective.
Feb 2 - Truce collapses amid fresh clashes, followed by another cease-fire agreement.
Feb 8 - Hamas and Fatah leaders agree to form a unity government at crisis talks in Mecca.
Mar 15 - Palestinian unity cabinet unveiled.
May 13 - Several days of fighting between Hamas and Fatah, at least 50 people die.
May 15 - Israel resumes air strikes on Gaza following Palestinian rocket attacks.
May 24 - Abbas calls on militants to cease their rocket attacks on Israel.
Jun 12 - More heavy fighting between Hamas and Fatah despite cease-fire agreement.
Jun 14 - Abbas declares state of emergency and dissolves the unity govt, Hamas captures Gaza.
Jun 15 - Abbas appoints new prime minister.
Jun 17 - Abbas swears in new emergency govt that excludes Hamas.
Jun 18 - US and EU declare support for new Palestinian govt.
Aug 2 - Secretary of State Rice signs an agreement giving the Palestinian Authority $80m.
Sep 19 - Israel declares Gaza Strip "hostile entity."

2008
Jan 17 - Israel seals off Gaza Strip after Palestinian rocket attacks.
Jan 23 - Palestinians breach the border fence and cross into Egypt.
Jun 19 - Cease-fire agreed between Israel and Hamas.
Dec 19 - Cease-fire between Israel and Hamas expires.
Dec 27 - Israel launches air strikes on Gaza Strip.

2009
Jan 3 - Israel launches ground offensive into Gaza Strip.
Jan 17/18 - Israel and Hamas declare new cease-fires after 3 weeks of hostilities.

Re: Bank of Pictures & Cartoons

PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2009 10:46 pm
by Chiclets
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Re: Bank of Pictures & Cartoons

PostPosted: Fri Feb 20, 2009 10:32 am
by The Cat
This post will feature only one pic, but it's a HUGE heartbreaking collage on Beslan




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by The Cat
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by KufirbintKufr
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Re: Bank of Pictures & Cartoons

PostPosted: Tue Jul 14, 2009 12:30 pm
by micky
Horrible picture you have there "The Cat" so much victims..TOO much childrens of them..Thing like this need to be stopped. I believe it will in future.. :-|

Re: Bank of Pictures & Cartoons

PostPosted: Sat Oct 10, 2009 2:11 pm
by Miss Texas
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Re: Bank of Pictures & Cartoons

PostPosted: Thu Nov 05, 2009 12:58 am
by expozIslam
Massacre of hindus by pak sponsored muslim terrorists
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Re: Bank of Pictures & Cartoons

PostPosted: Thu Nov 05, 2009 1:06 am
by expozIslam
read heart wrenching stories of islamic brutality

http://ikashmir.net/atrocities/11.html

Name: Tej Krishen Razdan (Age: 30s)
Resident of: Yachgam (District Budgam)
Profession: Central Govt. Service
Date of Killing: 12.2.1990

Razdan was posted somewhere in Punjab. He had come to Srinagar on leave to see his family. An old colleague of his - a Muslim - who had been working with him while he was in Kashmir - came to pay a visit on the fateful day. Both of them boarded a mini-bus bound for Lal Chowk. When the matador (mini van) halted at Gao Kadal, Razdan's companion suddenly took out a pistol and shot him in the chest. Not content, he dragged the still breathing Razdan out of the vehicle and ordered other passengers to kick the dying man repeatedly. His body was then dragged through the street like sweepers drag a dead dog. Taken to the nearest mosque, the dead body was put on display for hours before the police came to take control of the body.