The jihad against India is centuries old. At least 80 million Hindus have been slaughtered in jihadi wars. Centuries of persecution, oppression, genocide. For all these many years I have reported on the jihad threat in India.
“Almost no country needs to be more worried about jihadist Islam spreading than India” (here)
The history of India is teeming with Muslim monsters such as Timur the Terrible, who paraphrased the Koran: “‘O prophet, make war against the infidels and treat them severely.’ My great object in invading Hindustan (India) had been to wage a religious war against the infidel Hindus.” And he did. Hundreds of thousands of Hindus were beheaded and towers made of their skulls. The warrior Babur was particularly fond of raising higher and higher towers of Hindu heads that the Muslims had cut off during and after every battle. He loved to sit in his royal tent and watch this spectacle. On one such occasion, the ground flowed with so much blood “and became so filled with quivering carcasses that his tent had to be moved thrice to a higher level.” He only missed the “merit” of demolishing temples and breaking symbols and images because his predecessor Firuz Tughlak hardly left any for him in the territories he traversed. (That’s from The Koran and the Kafir, by A. Ghosh.)
India, US united in fighting radical Islamic terrorism: Donald Trump at Ahmedabad event
Both India and US are united in defending their citizens from the threat of radical Islamic terrorism, Donald Trump said during Day 1 of his maiden visit to India as the United States president
By India Today, February 24, 2020:
- India, US united in fighting radical Islamic terrorism: Donald Trump
- We are working with Pakistan to crack down on terror: Donald Trump
- Donald Trump is on his madien visit to India as US president
US President Donald Trump on Monday said the United States stood with India in the fight against “radical Islamic terrorism” and that Washington was working with Pakistan to crack down on terrorist groups operating near its borders. Trump’s comments were made in Ahmedabad, the first stop on his maiden visit to India as US president.
Speaking at an event at the Motera cricket stadium in Ahmedabad, Trump said, “Both countries [India and US] are united in defending citizens from the threat of radical Islamic terrorism.” Trump went on to say that under him, the United States had managed to “destroy” the Islamic State.
Trump also said that his administration was working with Pakistan to crack down on terrorism. “We are working with Pakistan to crack down on terror and working on the terror issue on the borders. We have great relations with Pakistan and with these relations we hope we will be able to reduce tensions between the countries,” Trump said.
Trump’s comments were made at an event in Ahmedabad that was hosted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who received Trump and the US First Lady Melania Trump at the Ahmedabad airport. After the event, the Trumps will head to Agra where they plan to visit the Taj Mahal.
They will later depart for Delhi where Trump will attend bilateral meetings with PM Modi on Tuesday. The Trumps will depart for the United States on Tuesday night.
The United States and India are also firmly united in our ironclad resolve to defend our citizens from the threat of Radical Islamic Terrorism!
Posted by Donald J. Trump on Monday, February 24, 2020
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