Tuesday, June 30, 2009
முஸ்லீம்கள் இந்து மதத்துக்கு மாறவேண்டும், இல்லையேல் முஸ்லிம் வரி கொடுக்கவேண்டும்
கொஞ்சம் தப்பாக தலைப்பு எழுதிவிட்டேன்.
பாகிஸ்தானில் உள்ள இந்துக்கள் முஸ்லீம்களாக வேண்டும் இல்லையேல் லட்சக்கணக்கில் காபிர் வரி கொடுக்கவேண்டுமாம்.
பிரான்ஸில் தலைப்பாகை கட்டிக்கொண்டு சீக்கியர்கள் போகமுடியவில்லை என்றால் பிரதமர் அங்குள்ள ஜனாதிபதியிடம் முறையிடுகிறார்.
இங்கே இருக்கும் பாகிஸ்தானிடம் மனிதர்களை மனிதர்களாக மதிக்க சொல்லத்தெரியவில்லை.
இந்தியாவில் இருக்கும் இந்துக்களுக்கே மனுசனுக்கு உள்ள மரியாதை இல்லை. பிறகு பாகிஸ்தானில் கேட்க முடியுமா?
ஆஸ்திரேலியாவில் கிறிஸ்துவனும் முஸ்லீமும் அடிக்கிறான். கேட்க நாதியில்லை.
இலங்கையில் பௌத்தன் அடிக்கிறான் கேட்க நாதியில்லை.
ஆனால் எல்லோரும் இந்துக்களுக்கு அறிவுரை சொல்ல கிளம்பிடுவார்கள்.
Battagram Hindus told to embrace Islam or pay tax
Monday, 29 Jun, 2009 | 09:45 AM PST |
The Taliban threatened that ‘if you or any other member of your community were kidnapped then we will not release the kidnapped person even after payment of Rs10 million as ransom’. — File Photo Provinces
Kurram Agency violence VIDEO FEATURE
Displaced & Distraught
MANSEHRA: Chief of the Hindu community in Battagram said on Sunday that the Taliban had threatened them to pay Jazia (tax) or accept Islam.
‘It depends on you to choose between Jazia and Islam otherwise you would face abduction and suicide attacks,’ Dr Oam Parkash quoted the Taliban as saying.
While talking to Dawn after receiving the threats on telephone, he said that so far he had received two calls during the last two days: first by a Taliban commander and then by a militant. ‘They demanded Rs6 million from me,’ the Hindu leader added.
The Taliban threatened that ‘if you or any other member of your community were kidnapped then we will not release the kidnapped person even after payment of Rs10 million as ransom’.
Dr Parkash said that he had made clear to both callers that the Hindus in the region were not in a position to pay such a huge amount. The Hindus had been living in Battagram for centuries. ‘My father and grandfather served the people of Battagram as hakeems and now I am also serving the people,’ he said.
In response to a question, Dr Parkash said that 15 Hindu families were living in Battagram but none of them had enmity with anyone in the district.
‘The government should take precautionary measures to protect the Hindu community as the Taliban have threatened even to target our place of worship in Battagram,’ he said.
He said that a delegation of the Hindu community had apprised the district police officer (DPO) Battagram who has beefed up security. The leader of the Hindu minority community thanked the local ulema (Muslim religious leaders) and common people of Battagram who had extended their full support to the Hindus.
Dr Parkash, a renowned homeopathic doctor, said that Pakistan was their motherland and they were as patriotic as anyone could be, saying that the Hindu community always respected the sentiments of their Muslim brothers and sisters.
Following the threat, security agencies have launched an inquiry to confirm the callers’ identity, sources said.
However, DPO Sohail Khalid told this correspondent that such calls and threatening letters, apparently by the Taliban, were also received by some NGOs and other people.