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Lets blame the Hindus

Note - By the blanket term - 'Hindu' I mean all Indian religions.

Blaming Hindus for everything is easy. 'Secular' people and their minions keep trumpeting the charges over and over again with impunity. Because they very well know that Hindus won't retaliate by blowing up their houses, or kidnapping their children. They won't even cut the hand of the offenders or even beat them up in broad daylight. The girls won't be raped, the property won't be stolen. To cut the long story short, all the Hindus will do is cry foul and forget a week later. That is what has been happening for centuries anyway.

A few notable incidents happened. Pakistan is a great source of knowledge in this regard. The search for an Indian Jew ended in 712 AD when bin Kasim conquered Sindh. Since then Hindus, especially the meeker ones were found to be convenient scapegoats. After defeating Dahir somehow the blame was put on (no prize for guessing) Dahir and blamed his Brahmanistic rule, his piracy etc. Bottomline - it's the Hindus' fault.

Let's come to the present day. In East Pakistan, the Operation Searchlight was doing a lot of damage. Yes, I am underestimating the events here. But then we know what happened. After months of heavy fighting and final Indian intervention, Bangladesh attained independence and Pakistan was dismembered. The historians of the defeated nation sat down to justify the defeat. Out came the Hindu conspiracies.
Q. Who were the teachers in schools and colleges?
A. The Hindus.(Actually only a thirty percent were Hindu).

Q. Who brainwashed the Muslims of Bangladesh into thinking their Pakistani brethren are the enemy?
A. The Hindus.

Q. Who were the West Pakistanis?
A. The people of West Pakistan.

Q. Were they Arabs?
A. No, a vast majority of them are native to the place of present day West Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan. An overwhelming majority of that population had been converted some way or another from Hinduism to Islam.

Q. So what were they before conversion?
A. Hindu.

Q. So whose fault?
A. Hindus. Of course.

Q. The Hindus were driven out of Kashmir in the 90s. Who was responsible?
A. The Hindus were driven out by the Governor to give bad name to the Muslims. So yes, the Hindu Governor was responsible. Let's blame the Hindus.

Actually this saga continues - like it had continued for centuries. It remains to be seen that how long these resilient people survive this relentless onslaught.

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