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Organised by three noted Delhi-based human rights organisations, ANHAD, Peace and the Human Rights Law Network, it brought together eminent journalists, retired judges and social activists who listened to the testimonies of over 40 Muslims from different parts of India who have been victimised or whose relatives have been brutally terrorised by the police and the state machinery in the name of combating terrorism.
http://www.twocircles.net/2008aug29/te rrorising_muslims_name_countering_terrorism.html

Asked by Indiano, 06 Sep '08 02:38 am
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I am associated with this movement in my own way. I feel that this unwavering anti-Muslim sentiment is an off shoot of our growing association with America. This bogey of Terrorism is an import from there. We now think almost reflexlively when an act of terrorism occurs Muslims must be behind it. Our Police who are after all a part of us share this prejudice and act upon it.The harsh realiity is that despite this lurking suspicion of ours we have not been able to prove the offence again any Musdlims. Of course we have and we are running media trials and almost declare them Guilty. But India still has a sense of justice and so we do not punish them but actually release them. But this stigma they carry wherever they go and the release from police custody(and all that goes with it) is little compensation for the ill-fated person. It is noteworthy that we have not booked any Indian Muslim against espionage charges in Free India.The Muslim soldier(the f ew there are) like Abdul Hamid ha ...more
Answered by radhikamruta, 06 Sep '08 03:52 am

 
  
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Yes,terror and victimazation needs to be stopped
Answered by anil garg, 21 Feb '10 11:03 pm

 
  
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Any act of terror by bajrang dal rss vhp is still not considered terror and terrorists belonging to these groups are like judges - they are the one who blame others to consolidate their vote banks
Answered by misconception, 07 Sep '08 05:43 am

 
  
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Yes,terror and victimazation needs to be stopped
Answered by Quest, 12 Aug '13 01:36 pm

 
  
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Present scenario of terrorism has proved it beyond doubt that terrorists are having supportive sentiments from muslims. hence is the action !!
it's not written on the faces that somebody is terrorist or not.
this is the way police has to interrogate........to find the real culprits
there is no case in history where terrorists came and surrendered to police!!

Grow up....such serious problems of barbarinism can not be handled emotionally !!
they need animal action...........see there is no terrorism in America after 9/11 when america came down heavily on them !!

what about the Human rights of those who suffered......became handicap after attack.

whenecver this question is raised you people,sympathisers of terrorism say we should go into depth why they chose the path of terrorism(zakir naik). then please you too try to understand why police behaves like this :)
Answered by Suman Singh, 06 Sep '08 11:31 pm

 
  
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There is hardly any law and order in India
Answered by Prakash Mehendale, 06 Sep '08 03:27 am

 
  
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