Thursday, 1 May 2014

Indian Muslims Cannot Commit Terrorist Acts

There's been a couple of bomb blasts at an Indian train station which has killed one person. The authorities seem uncertain who has committed this act of terrorism.

However, learned Muslims would be shocked if it transpires to be an act carried out by other Muslims as Sharia does NOT allow terrorism. Terrorism is a major crime in the eyes of Islamic Law which is punishable by death. Any Muslim who is thinking about committing an act of terrorism should desist immediately, view this video and spread it amongst their friends. Here's a video informing Muslims and Non-Muslims that terrorism (such as 9/11) is a crime according to Sharia (Islamic Law):
In this video we see Abdal Hakim Murad's 10 second comment destroy the Islamophobes' false narrative of 'Islam preaches terrorism'. He states, according to Sharia, terrorism is classified as Hiraba (Hirabah) which is punishable by death. Thus we learn, Sharia is against terrorism.

A news story of the latest terrorist attack in India

One dead in bomb blasts at Indian train station

Twin bombs planted on a train killed one person and wounded 14 others in the southern Indian port of Chennai Thursday, the latest attack during ongoing national elections, officials said.
The low-intensity blasts occurred in carriages of an overnight train from Bangalore as it pulled into Chennai central station shortly after 7:00 am (0130 GMT).

A 22-year-old woman working at IT outsourcing firm TCS was killed when one of the devices which had been placed underneath her seat exploded, said Rakesh Misra, general manager of the southern region for Indian Railways.

"Civil police... are investigating what kind of bomb it was and why anyone would have placed the bomb," he told reporters at the scene.
Another 14 people were injured, Chennai police chief J.K. Tripathi told AFP, at least two of them seriously.

Security forces cordoned off the blood-splattered platform where a large crowd of onlookers and delayed passengers gathered, while searches by bomb detection teams were stepped up in other stations.

Tripathi told AFP that they were yet to detain any suspects, despite local media reports of one or two people being questioned over the crude explosives.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh condemned the attack, saying that "such barbaric acts targeting innocent men, women and children only highlight the desperation and cowardice of those responsible".

Multiple low-intensity explosions are typically the hallmark of the Indian Mujahideen, a home-grown militant network which is thought to have been weakened by the recent arrests of senior figures.
Sixteen people were killed in February 2013 when bombs strapped to bicycles exploded in the southern city of Hyderabad in an attack blamed on the network.

India's election, which ends on May 16 with results, has seen repeated attacks by Maoist rebels based in the forests of central India who have killed at least 25 so far, according to an AFP tally. [Global Post]

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