Balakot: Pakistan vows to respond after Indian 'air strikes'

kandal

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This Rohingya problem in Myanmar is a very typical case of Muslim rebellion that occurs when Muslims become a majority in a part of a non-Muslim country. One can see this kind of Muslim behavior all across the globe. For example, Kashmir in India, Chechnya in Russia and so on. The solution Myanmar came up has been proven very effective, though not what Muslims were seeking. People need to think hard before starting rebellions, since the outcome may not be pleasant.
 

M.S. Islam

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This Rohingya problem in Myanmar is a very typical case of Muslim rebellion that occurs when Muslims become a majority in a part of a non-Muslim country. One can see this kind of Muslim behavior all across the globe. For example, Kashmir in India, Chechnya in Russia and so on. The solution Myanmar came up has been proven very effective, though not what Muslims were seeking. People need to think hard before starting rebellions, since the outcome may not be pleasant.
You, just like your fellow Indian posters, have zero understanding of Rohingya history, which isn't surprising considering your sole source of info is the BJP censored Indian news outlets, and/or cursory Google searches.

Just to get you started, Buddhist-Rohingya conflict had it's roots in WWII. Rohingyas fought along with the Allies against the Buddhists who were Japanese collaborators. Buddhists committed unspeakable atrocities against Rohingyas which was returned in kind when tide of the war turned. There were economic conflict of interest even before that, but it took violent form since WWII.
 
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This Rohingya problem in Myanmar is a very typical case of Muslim rebellion that occurs when Muslims become a majority in a part of a non-Muslim country. One can see this kind of Muslim behavior all across the globe. For example, Kashmir in India, Chechnya in Russia and so on. The solution Myanmar came up has been proven very effective, though not what Muslims were seeking. People need to think hard before starting rebellions, since the outcome may not be pleasant.
Story of Lebanon is similar but much worse. Ms. Brigitte Gabriel lived thru the transition of Lebanon from a Christian country to an Islamic country. Listen to her on what all she & her family suffered, which included 7 years in a bomb shelter.:


Kashmir problem is not difficult to solve if Indian forces take to violent action. But Indian Govt is soft and believes in democratic processes.
 
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kandal

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You, just like your fellow Indian posters, have zero understanding of Rohingya history, which isn't surprising considering your sole source of info is the BJP censored Indian news outlets, and/or cursory Google searches.

Just to get you started, Buddhist-Rohingya conflict had it's roots in WWII. Rohingyas fought along with the Allies against the Buddhists who were Japanese collaborators. Buddhists committed unspeakable atrocities against Rohingyas which was returned in kind when tide of the war turned. There were economic conflict of interest even before that, but it took violent form since WWII.
Animosity between the Buddhists and Muslim Rohingyas existed before the WWII, because Buddhists always considered them as outsiders. If Rohingyas have this habit of exacting retributions to get even with the Buddhists, why are the Rohingyas complaining? Buddhists have done their part by kicking all Rohingyas out of the country. How are the Rohingyas going to "return in kind"?
 
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You, just like your fellow Indian posters, have zero understanding of Rohingya history, which isn't surprising considering your sole source of info is the BJP censored Indian news outlets, and/or cursory Google searches.

Just to get you started, Buddhist-Rohingya conflict had it's roots in WWII. Rohingyas fought along with the Allies against the Buddhists who were Japanese collaborators. Buddhists committed unspeakable atrocities against Rohingyas which was returned in kind when tide of the war turned. There were economic conflict of interest even before that, but it took violent form since WWII.
Your fellow supposedly Afghani-Arab origin Bengali brothers (now known as Rohingyas) were transplants to the Rakhine that were brought over there by the British. Why have you conveniently glossed over this fact? Your post falsely gives the impression these Bengali-origin Rohingyas are natives to Western Myanmar.
 

Devdas

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These are just a drop in the ocean, infact these sites are in ruins because of anti-Hindu attitude of Pakistani state, Pakistanis hate their Hindu-Buddhist past and Hindus were not allowed to visit these site until recently. Pakistan would need to take lot of measures to wash away a national narrative created upon Hindu hatred from last 70 years. Until recently Hindus were not even allowed to visit their religious sites in Pakistan despite Pakistanis having access to all Islamic religious sites and Sufi shrines in India as Pakistani army believed its against Two Nation Theory.

Beside this Imran Khan himself is referred as Taliban Khan within Pakistan. He has a friendly relations with leaders like Mian Mitho who runs a racket of kidnapping and forced conversion of minor Hindu girls in Sindh unabated.
 

Devdas

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Ironic isnt it. Modi has built an image of himself as a strongman who takes decisive action. A month or so before the election he suddenly orders the launch of airstrikes. Things dont go as planned as Indian plane and helicopter go down, but him and his media machine (Indian journalists say they intimidated, ostracized if they criticize Modi and the BJP - Reuters, Indian TV channels have become 'graphic war rooms' | DW | 01.03.2019 ) manages to swing around the event as some kind of "success". The guillible masses fall for it and cant stop swooning about how tough Modi is and how scared Pakistan is now.
Modi did nothing in Balakot as per Pakistan but still it took 43 days for Pakistani army to show this Madarsa to international media if nothing had happened and media was not even allowed to talk to the local. :lol::lol:

Despite this, we are still who was the "second Indian pilot" Pakistan claimed to have arrested.
 

Devdas

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You, just like your fellow Indian posters, have zero understanding of Rohingya history, which isn't surprising considering your sole source of info is the BJP censored Indian news outlets, and/or cursory Google searches.

Just to get you started, Buddhist-Rohingya conflict had it's roots in WWII. Rohingyas fought along with the Allies against the Buddhists who were Japanese collaborators. Buddhists committed unspeakable atrocities against Rohingyas which was returned in kind when tide of the war turned. There were economic conflict of interest even before that, but it took violent form since WWII.
Despite claim of 7th century presence of Muslims in Arakan, most of the Rohingyas are the recent migrants from Chittagong region of Bangladesh during British time and illegal immigration in post-British era. During world War 2 British gave them arms, instead they use it against massacring the native Rakhines instead of fighting the Japanese. Rohingyas wanted Arakan to be the part of East Pakistan. After world war 2, they tried to get this area cleansed off non-Muslim and committed massacre on Rakhines in Mujahidin insurgency of 1950s.

But its true, no democratic country would have treated Rohingyas in the same way the way Burmese government had treated them. Nobody would deny that Burmese went too hard on Rohingyas, but doesn't wash away how Rohingyas themselves mass murdered Rakhines in Arakan once.
 

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It is very dangerous to have too many Bangladeshis in India because after all, Bangladeshis are descended from Afghan, Persian, Turkic and Arab warlords and so they may reinitiate the Islamic invasion of the subcontinent. We are very scared of these powerful Bangladeshi descendants of Islamic invaders.
Bangladeshi people are/were basically gentle and decent people ( ex--Hindu s after all) till the Saudi money and Wahabbism took over in Bangladesh. Now they are turning into copies of Pakistanis whom they once hated. No Indian I know of is afraid of any invader, not any more, since we have developed nuclear tipped ballistic missiles. India has secured it's hostile neighbourhood like never before.
 
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Bangladeshi people are/were basically gentle and decent people ( ex--Hindu s after all) till the Saudi money and Wahabbism took over in Bangladesh. Now they are turning into copies of Pakistanis whom they once hated. No Indian I know of is afraid of any invader, not any more, since we have developed nuclear tipped ballistic missiles. India has secured it's hostile neighbourhood like never before.
Ram, @Dewal was being sarcastic I guess. His views are same as yours.
 
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