via Synonymous published on May 15, 2008

‘Hindu’stan is like
a well built floodlit stadium with a couple of ramshackle buildings on its
sides. Religiously and in regular intervals a few unruly children from these


buildings jump the wall, come
inside the stadium, burst cracker bombs, kill a few of the stadium owners in
the full gaze of others, enjoy the scenes of agony and go back to their homes
with no impunity. An assistant minister visits the stadium the next day after
the puppet minister has condemned the attack sitting in his A/C bed room. One
day later the madame’ comes over with her puny patil for a pleasure trip. The
routine is repeated and only the location is changed.


Here is a list of ‘achievements’ of
these unruly boys in the last few years:-  


May 13, 2008:

At least 60
people killed and 150 wounded in what police said was a terror attack in the
popular tourist city of Jaipur
in Rajasthan.
November 23, 2007: At least 13 people were killed from serial blasts
outside courts in three cities in Uttar Pradesh.
August 25, 2007: At least 43 people killed and more than 70 others
injured as two bombs rock a crowded outdoor auditorium and a popular eatery in Hyderabad .
May 18, 2007: At least 10 killed and more than a dozen injured in blast
at 17th century Mecca mosque in Hyderabad .
February 19, 2007: Sixty-eight people killed and dozens more injured
after four explosions on board the Lahore-bound Samjhauta Express.
September 8, 2006: Thirty-eight people killed and more than 100 injured
in three nearly simultaneous blasts, including one in a mosque, in the town of Malegaon in Maharashtra .

July 11, 2006: Seven bomb blasts in a period of 11 minutes on Mumbai’s
suburban trains. A total of 186 people were killed and more than 800 injured.
April 14, 2006: Fourteen people, including a woman and a girl, injured
in two explosions at New Delhi
‘s Jama Masjid, after Friday evening prayers.
March 7, 2006: Twenty-eight killed and 62 injured after three bombs rip
through the holy city of Varanasi
October 29, 2005: More than 60 people killed and nearly 200 injured when
three bombs explode ahead of Diwali in New
Delhi .
August 25, 2004: Six people die in two car bomb blasts in Mumbai.
March 13, 2003: Eleven people killed in a bomb attack aboard a commuter
train in Mumbai.
September 24, 2002 : At least 31 people killed in a militant attack on a
temple in Gujarat .
December 13, 2001: Fourteen people die, including five gunmen, in an
attack on Parliament.

At least a million goats are killed the
world over on every ‘Bakreed’ day.  It is a religious ritual and no one is
questioning it. But are the 800 million Hindus worldwide becoming ‘

sacrificial goat

for yet  another ritual in the making for the new religion of Terrorism?
 To be killed in dozens by bomb blasts twice yearly?  Something to
ponder for the followers of the only liberal and secular religion.


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