Ramadan in India: Two Muslims poison river that is only water source for people in area


Thousands of fish killed. No media coverage, of course.

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Ramadan in India: Two Muslims poison river that is only water source for people in area, thousands of fish killed

Jihadis have long wanted to poison the water supply. As far back as 2002, the feds arrested two jihadis who were carrying plans about how to poison water supplies. In 2003, al-Qaeda threatened to poison water supplies in Western countries. In 2011, a jihadi in Spain likewise planned to poison water supplies.

And in May 2013, seven Muslim “chemical engineers” were caught trespassing at the Quabbin Reservoir, a key supply of water for Boston, after midnight. Only months later and indirectly did we hear that it was a “criminal matter.” A month later, locks were cut at the aqueduct that supplies water to Greater Boston.

Also in May 2013, jihadists were caught in Canada who had considered poisoning air and water to murder up to 100,000 people. In October 2013, the FBI was investigating a possible water supply threat in Wichita. In January 2014, a Muslim broke into a water treatment plant in New Jersey. In September 2018 in Lebanon, a Muslim was arrested for two jihad mass poisoning plots, one of the Lebanese army’s water supply.

“Karnataka: Two youths Haneef and Irshad arrested for poisoning Phalguni river, thousands of fish die,” by Abhinav Singh, TFI Post, May 7, 2020:

A rather shocking incident has come into light from the southern state of Karnataka where thousands of fish have been killed and the entire aquatic ecosystem disrupted after two youths were found to have poisoned the Phalguni River at Dadelu in Belthangady in Dakshina Kannada district.

According to a Deccan Herald report—on April 30, thousands of fish were found floating dead in Phalguni river, triggering an alarm that water had been poisoned. As a result the entire area reeked of a nauseating smell.

The Phalguni River is not only the life-source of the residents of the area but the hundreds of cattle, livestocks, birds and the entire delicate ecosystem.

“Poisoning of water body is an unpardonable offence. The issue should be considered seriously by the police, Forest and Revenue department officials.” the Zilla Panchayat member Dharanendra Kumar had demanded when the news came out.

The police was quick in its investigation and nabbed the two sadist youths named Mohammad Hanif and Mohammad Irshad who are believed to be the mastermind behind the poisoning of the river….

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