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Why there are no outfits like Al-quida, Jaishe-e-mohammad, Lashkar-a-taiba in any other religion like Hindu, Christian, Parsi, Sikh, Budhist etc.

Asked by Anil, 19 May '08 07:25 am
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TERRORISM IS NOT A MUSLIM MONOPOLY
Times Of India Mumbai,Jul 23, 2006

SWAMINATHAN S ANKLESARIA AIYAR

''All Muslims may not be terrorists, but all terrorists are Muslims.'' This comment , frequently heard after the Mumbai bomb blasts implies that terrorism is a Muslim specialty, if not a monopoly. The facts are very different.

First, there is nothing new about terrorism. In 1881, anarchists killed the Russian Tsar Alexander II and 21 bystanders. In 1901, anarchists killed US President McKinley as well as King Humbert I of Italy. World War I started in 1914 when anarchists killed Archduke Ferdinand of Austria. These terrorist attacks were not Muslim.

Terrorism is generally defined as the killing of civilians for political reasons. Going by this definition, the British Raj referred to Bhagat Singh, Chandrashekhar Azad and many other Indian freedom fighters as terrorists. These were Hindu and Sikh rather than Muslim. ...more
Answered by misconception, 19 May '08 11:25 am

 
  
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It is indeed god's grace that such outfits are not there in other religions otherwise hatred and violence will reign supreme
Answered by harmony gafur, 19 May '08 07:39 am

 
  
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These outfits are mainly run by the leaders who think.... ISLAAM KHATREME HAI..... other religions don't think so.... and don't take violence as a method to protect religion.
Answered by shridhar, 19 May '08 07:34 am

 
  
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