Bug Vanquisher

4 July 2007

I wonder

Filed under: Decontamination, Personal, Rant vs Vent — Tanveer Badar @ 1:04 PM

I wonder when will people understand the difference between freedom fighters in Palestine and Kashmir and what US (and cronies) are doing to Muslim world in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Adi Oltean wrote on his blog in May 2005

Palestinian Terrorists

In September 1999, the Palestinian West Bank was on daylight saving time while Israel had just switched back to standard time. West Bank Palestinians prepared time bombs and smuggled them to Arab Israelis, who misunderstood the time on the bombs. As the bombs were being planted, they exploded—one hour too early—killing three terrorists instead of two busloads of people, the intended victims.

Need it be told that they are not terrorists in any sense? Try grabbing someone’s territory and see how they behave for an example. When ‘The Kingplanted Jews from all over the world into the heart of Islamic world, they were the true terrorists and intruders. Uncle Sam is doing the same today to Afghanistan and Iraq.

It is a fault that Muslim world’s media has failed to project the true image of what is going on over there. Why doesn’t anyone try shattering the image of ‘Muslim == Terrorist’ western media has build over the years?

In the same vein, what happened yesterday in Pakistan is truly lamentable. I won’t provide links to any of it as I don’t want another example of in-house Muslim terrorism teaming on the net.

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