terror in delhi 10/29
Thursday, March 23, 2006
  J&K Secession Watch
We don't usually take a serious note when nutcases like Syed Ahmed Bukhari who says "Talking about terrorist attack on the Sankat Mochan Mandir by the terrorists early this month, Bukhari said that this was a well planned conspiracy to defame the Muslims." See Pankaj's take on terrorist's real objectives. But this caught our attention
(via IANS):

Leaders of Muslim minority gathered here on Saturday to forge nationwide unity to fight for the community's rights, voicing support for the Kashmiri cause for the first time.

The 140 million Muslims in India constitute the largest minority in the Hindu-majority country. While the community has many common problems, it has generally kept away from the separatist conflict raging in Jammu and Kashmir since 1989.

Attending the meeting in the premises of the 17th-century Jama Masjid, the country's largest mosque, was Abdul Ghani Bhat of the Hurriyat Conference, the moderate wing of the separatist grouping in Jammu and Kashmir.

"Our main agenda includes Jammu and Kashmir" said Mr Zafaryab Jilani, the Lucknow-based convenor of the Babri Masjid Action Committee.

This is setting a dangerous precedent. By allying themselves with the so-called 'moderate' pro-Pakistan groups like Hurriyat, some Muslim groups are now openly advocating the secession of a Muslim-majority state from the Indian Union. Using their freedom of speech and rights guaranteed under the Indian Constitution, they are attempting to cause a great damage to the Indian democratic set-up itself. Talk of the wooden handle of an axe helping to chop down a tree. While we are on the subject, how come these worthies (and their media cronies) never talk about the displaced Kashmiri Pandits.

 
Comments:
Mr. Bukhari is taking cue from the immense powers that religious bodies have in other muslim countries. It would be interesting to see the transcripts. Does he wants all of India to become Pakistan or just the J&K?

The best way to take cvare of the begots in religions is to increase the literacy and jobs among its followers, in this case, muslim masses. But the push will have to come from within. The government can only define the policies to facilitate that goal, not force people to have modern education and work among non-muslims.

I wonder why some say that they feel like non-muslims don't trusts them to be Indians. Well, many do. But a lot can be done by changing the mouthpieces of the religion.
 
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