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Security forces across India went on high alert Thursday after at least 12 people were killed and more than 70 injured in two explosions in Hyderabad city, in what state and federal officials suspect was a coordinated terror strike.
Hindu leader Narain Kataria wrote, " (1) BOMB BLASTS IN HYDERABAD - WHO SAYS TERRORISTS HAVE NO RELIGION?
The 19 Saudi Arabian terrorists who destroyed World Trade Centre in New York in 2001 and killed 3000 innocent people were all followers of Islam. The terrorist who killed 200 innocent people in Bali in 2002 were all devout Muslims. The terrorists who massacred 350 school children in Beslan, Russia in 2004 in the name of Allah were all Muslims. The worst European terrorist attack in Madrid, Spain in 2004 in which 190 people died was undertaken by Muslims. The Mumbai terrorist attack in 2008 in which 160 people were murdered had also been organized by Pakistani Muslim terrorists. All the Somali terrorists are Muslims. The attack on Indian Parliament in 2008 in which 14 people died was also organized by Pakistni Muslims in collaboration with Indian Muslims. In Afghanistan and Pakistan all the terrorists are Muslims. In Philippine all the rebels and terrorists are firm believers in Islam. The two bomb blasts at Hyderabad in which 13 people were killed and 70 injured are suspected to be the handiwork of Indian Mujahideen (IM) commander Riyaz Bhatkal, are also Muslims. It is crystal clear that all the terrorist are Muslims. Time has come that we should call a spade a spade. Please do not fool and mislead the world by saying that terrorists have no religion. The fact is they are all devout Muslims and they believe in Jihad and their aim is to kill the infidels.
(2) BOMB BLASTS IN HYDERABAD
It is not a bomb blast in Hyderabad. It is pure Jihad. Muslims are exhorted by Islam to keep fighting till the rule of Allah is established in India. Muslims have already taken in 1947 one third of India from Hindus by force. Now they are planning to take two third of India from Hindus. Hindus made a blunder that they did not send all the Muslims to Pakistan or Bangladesh. Now Muslims will not allow Hindus to live in peace till they enslave them again.
(3) BOMB BLASTS IN HYDERABAD – WHO SAYS THAT TERRORISTS HAVE NO RELIGION?
Who says that terrorists have no religion? More than 99% of the terrorist activities all over the world are organized and carried out by Muslims. Whether you call them Student Islamic Movement in India (SIMI), Indian Mujahideen, Al Qaida, Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed or Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front. They are all Muslims and they are all terrorists. You cannot have peace until you get rid of them. Hindus have to wake up and find a way out of this problem. Now Hindus have to decide whether they want to be political correct or they want to be wiped out.
(4) BOMB BLASTS IN HYDERABAD - IT IS ISLAM IN ACTION IN HYDERABAD
Two bomb blasts in Hyderabad today in which 13 people are dead and 70 injured are a part of the supremacist pan-Islamic movement which is guided by Quranic concepts of war to dominate entire world and establish Islamic Caliphate. They use multi-pronged methods to achieve their aim. Some of them indulge in terrorist activities. Others support them financially and politically. Some act as their front organizations. Some of them use selfish and mean Hindu leaders endowed with myopic vision like Mulayam Singh Yadav, Lalu Praad Yadav, Mumta Banerjee and others to advance the cause of Islam.
The dangerous variety among them are the Muslims who pretend to be secular but tacitly side with their co-religionists. In order to hoodwink naïve Hindus, they, once in a while write articles and issue statements in national newspapers against Islamic fundamentalists to give the impression that they are neutral. But in fact they are playing Al Taquia, the Islamic doctrine which mandates Muslims to use subterfuge and chicanery to lie and cheat infidels (Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Christians, Jews, etc). In reality, they are wolves in sheep’s clothing. Be aware of them.
BOMB BLASTS IN HYDERABAD – 13 DEAD AND 70 INJURED Times of India
HYDERABAD: It proved to a lull before a terrifying storm. Seventeen months after the last deadly bomb blast at the Delhi High court, two powerful bombs fastened to parked bicycles ripped through Hyderabad's bustling Dilsukhnagar area on Thursday, killing at least 13 persons and injuring 70 others. While no individual or group has claimed responsibility so far, intelligence officers insist that the deadly operation bears the stamp of Lashkar proxy, Indian Mujahideen.
Thursday's bombs triggered back-to-back explosions near popular movie theatres, blowing bodies into the air, flattening shops and houses and triggering panic among scores of injured people who were seen scurrying for cover in all directions with blood oozing out of their heads and legs.
The first bomb went off with a deafending blast near the Dilsukhnagar bus stop at 7.05pm, close to Venkatadri theatre and a minute later, another high intensity blast, near a snack shop close by, flung bodies into the air and left a crater on the tarmac, police and witnesses said. TV channels reported that an unexploded bomb was recovered from the area but there was no confirmation from the cops.
Six months ago, there were low-intensity blasts in Pune which fortunately claimed no casualty. Since the last blast in which people died was in September 2011 in Delhi, a perception of ebbing terror threat had grown which Thursday's Hyderabad bomb attacks have blown to smithereens. With finders being pointed at IM, it seems that terror operatives have regrouped now with deadly intent.
Immediately after the blasts at Dilsukhnagar on Thursday, terrified people ran from the blood-splattered area as glass shards and debris flew. They poured out into the narrow streets causing a stampede as people, including women carrying small children in the arms, ran for safety. Locals rushed to the aid of the injured, writhing and wailing with pain on the streets and sidewalks.
"For a second, I got blinded as there was smoke and darkness all around. Later, I heard women and children wailing around me," said Sudhakar Shetty, who survived the terror blasts with severe burns. "I was cooking in the kitchen of Mirchi Point (an eatery), and wanted to run out along with others but soon realized that I could not move as both my arms and legs were burnt," he said.
At least 25 people were initially rushed to the Osmania general hospital and 15 to the Yashoda hospital in Malakpet, police said. More were taken to two other hospitals. Two days of strike by nurses and group IV staff caught doctors at the emergency ward off guard and some patients even offered to help. But with the CT scan machine not functioning at the hospital, most of the injured could not be scanned for internal hemorrhage. The 108 ambulance service alone shifted 42 injured to various hospitals, an official said.
"I have counted at least nine bodies and many more are injured and crying for help," said a senior doctor at Osmania. Similar scenes were seen at Yashoda and Omni hospitals, where scores of injured were taken for treatment. Immediately after the blasts, phone lines got jammed and people left offices in a hurry, causing huge traffic jams all around. Many shops and business establishments downed their shutters.
Authorities were on high alert since Afzal Guru's hanging on February 9. Apart from Jammu & Kashmir, there were protests against the hanging in Hyderabad. The execution also triggered revenge threats from Pakistan-based militants and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) vowed renewed attacks on Indian cities. Members of the groups at a private gathering organised by the United Jihad Council in Pakistan, while paying tribute to Guru, had also vowed to step up their 'jihad' in Jammu & Kashmir.
It was the third time that Dilsukhnagar has been targeted by terrorists. In 2002, a bomb went off in a scooter parked near Sai Baba temple in the area, killing two people, while another bomb was defused near a foot overbridge in 2007, extremely close to the spot where Thursday's bombs were placed.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh dispatched a National Security Guard team to the Hyderabad on a BSF aircraft to probe into the blast and immediately sanctioned Rs 2 lakh each to next of kin of those killed and Rs 50,000 each to those seriously injured. A National Investigation Agency, stationed in Hyderabad also joined the probe.
Hyderabad is not new to terror attacks as three previous blasts killed scores of people. The first in May 18 2007, killed 14 people, including five in police firing at Mecca Masjid and in the second attack, which were twin blasts in Lumbini Park and Gokul Chat on August 25 2007, 42 people had died.