Muslim Newspapers clamouring for the mercy of terrorist

via HK Correspondent published on October 4, 2006

Malappuram: Mohd Afzal who was sentenced to death for his role in the parliament attack, now has a new savior in the role Malayalam Muslim newspapers; ‘chandrika’ which is run by the muslim league, ‘madhyamam’ the voice of jamat-e-islami and ‘tejus’ under the control of the Islamic terrorist organisation NDF. All these newspapers are trying to bring out a sympathy wave by publishing tear-jerker stories about the parliament attackers.


 


When these terrorists attacked the very pillars of democracy of this great nation, it was the security commandos who even sacrificed their lives and managed to defend and capture these terrorists. And when the whole nation is realising the dangers of Islamic fundamentalism, these fanatic newspapers financed by foreign money are clamoring for mercy of these deadly terrorists. Since the Supreme Court has okayed to the lower court’s verdict of granting death sentence to Mohd. Afzal on 20th October, these Malayalam newspapers are publishing stories about this terrorist with colour photographs on the front page. ‘Chandrika’ owned by muslim league, who claims to be a democratic secular party is in the forefront in begging for Afzal’s clemency. It has reported that Afzal is a book-lover and a poetry-enthusiast. ‘Madhyamam’ has even published a few lines of Afzal’s poem which he had penned for his wife. It is certain that such cooked-up stories published by these newspaper will not influence the President. Their attempt is to incite a collective and strong anti-national feeling in the Muslim mind. In this context, it may remembered that a couple of years ago in Gandhinagar, when the police had shot down some islamic fundamentalists including Javed, who was a native of Alapuzha, all these newspaper and some name-sake human rights organistaions had tried to give the terrorists a marty’s image to cover up their covert operations.


 

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