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Mumbai Terror: Evidence being deliberately ignored! December 5, 2008

Posted by ibrahimbaba in Uncategorized.

Satu lagi analisa peristiwa di Mumbai yang menimbulkan persoalan berhubung dengan apa yang kita kita baca di akhbar dengan apa yang mungkin berlaku di sebaliknya.

dipetik dari:http://pakalert.wordpress.com/2008/11/29/evidence-being-deliberately-ignored/

Satu lagi artikel yang juga menarik untuk dibaca ialah:

Mumabi Tragedy: Indian Police Refuse To Fire

dan banyak lagi apabila bila kita buat carian dalam internet.

Sekian, IB.


Dan Qayyum | Pakistan Ka Khuda Hafiz .com


Strange that none of the media (TV or Print) have picked this up at all. Or have they been deliberately ignoring it?

Have a look at the above picture of one of the terrorists. [Another angle]

Notice the orange thread / band on his right hand.

Tying a red thread or cord around the wrist is a Hindu practice and it is unlikely a Muslim, especially one politicized enough to carry out an attack such as this, would observe it. I think this provides more evidence that this was a false flag operation or at least an attack by a non-Muslim group. For more information about the significance of the red thread see wikipedia and this blog post. [Thanks to Uruk]

Additionally, the terrorists inside the Nariman House Building were reported to have stocked up on supplies on Wednesday evening, buying not just food items but liquor, among other things, from a local store [Source]. Again, it is highly unlikely that a Muslim, let alone a ‘Mujahid’, and especially one politicized enough to carry out such an attack, would consume liquor in normal life, let alone hours before his inevitable ‘martyrdom’.

Don’t let them ignore it. Circulate this to as many people as you can as we strongly believe it wouldn’t have been ignored if the terrorists were carrying a copy of the Qur’an, or a taveez.




From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kalava (Sanskrit: कलावा) is the sacred Hindu thread. It is worn while performing Hindu rituals like Yajna or Puja. It is tied by a priest on the wrists of all the people attending the prayer ceremony. Kalava is tied on right hand of males and unmarried females, and on left hand of married females. Sometimes it has small yellow parts in between the mostly red string. It sometimes has knots which are tied up while reciting Sanskrit mantras to invoke God and is worn to ward off evil from the person who wears this red thread.



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