23 October, 2017

The Saffron Brigade And The Buddhist Terror

By Hilmy Ahamed

Hilmy Ahamed

Hilmy Ahamed

The Chairman of the Foreign Employment Bureau (FEB), Mr. Amal Senalankadhikara, another political appointee of the Rajapaksa regime, is the latest victim of the saffron brigades.

A group of monks, representing the Ravana Balaya raided the office of the Chairman; Foreign Employment Bureau (FEB) on the 16th of October with a large number of monks and journalists, questioned the Chairman on his integrity and efficiency as someone tasked to protect the Sri Lankan migrant labour force in the Middle East. The pleas of the FEB chairman to discuss any particular issue of concern to the invading force away from the glare of the media camera’s fell on the deaf ears of the protesting group. A clear evidence of the publicity stunt played by these groups.

The Convener of the Ravana Balaya, Ven. Ittakande Saddhatissa Thero, claimed that our labour force in the Middle East are ill treated, harassed, sexually and physically abused on a daily basis and with ample evidence, the FEB has failed to take appropriate action.

What is disgustingly shameful is that Mr. Senalankadhikara claims that he too is a Sinhala Buddhist, in response to the treats by these monks. Did he imply that these unlawful intruders couldn’t question him because he was a Buddhist? Does that imply that it would be acceptable that this Saffron Brigade could target non-Buddhists? Why has he not made a complaint to the Police against these trespassers? Why has the government failed to protect its own public servant?

Ravana Balaya | Photo courtesy Ishara Kodikara

Ittakande Saddhatissa – Ravana Balaya | Photo courtesy Ishara Kodikara

These unruly vigilantes in robes have, with impunity continued to harass and intimidate Government politicians, officials and minority communities over the last three years. In the recent past, ultra-nationalist Sinhalese Buddhist organizations have targeted senior politicians including Hon. Prime Minister, D M Jayaratne, Hon. Rauf Hakeem, Minister of Justice, Hon. Rishard Bathiudeen, Hon. Dilan Perera, Hon. Vasudeva Nanayakara amongst others with various fabricated charges that lack any credence or evidence. In all these incidents, the presence of the police top echelons, and their failure to take action points to government complicity with the Saffron robed brigade.

The failure of the police department to take action against violators of the law has led to the destabilization of discipline in the entire state administrative machinery. In the absence of clear guidelines from the Ministry of Law and Order as to how the Police officers on the ground should respond to this menace, these vigilantes will continue to intimidate helpless public servants.  Some of the members of the saffron brigade have had the audacity to announce publicly that they will correct government lapses and save Buddhism from these anti-Buddhist political vultures. Who are these anti-Buddhist political vultures? Is, His Excellency, Mahinda Rajapaksa part of this group of vultures, or is he not a good enough Buddhist to govern our tiny nation of Sri Lanka? Where are we going to find the true Buddhist? Who or where is this person, they promise to pull out of their magic box to save our fragmented nation and Buddhism?

Buddhist extremism has been growing in Sri Lanka over the last three years. Many of us have witnessed the failure of the state to remedy the declining governance issues. Petty political considerations have blinded the country’s leadership to ignore the assault and intimidation of politicians, public officials and the harassment of minority communities through a relentless campaign of hate.

The Secretariat for Muslims (SFM), a civil society organisation that works with research and documentation of conflict related issues has recorded over 350 incidents of hate, threats, intimidation and violence against the Muslims in country. Number of mosques and places of religious worship of the Muslims have been shut down or demolished by crusaders of the extremist Buddhists. The Christian community too has recorded a large number of attacks on Christian churches and prayer centers. Most of these have also been forced to shut down.  In all these conflicts, the law enforcement authorities have been mere spectators and have failed to act.

The hate campaign, in the name of Buddhism carried out by these extremists elements in robes have severely damaged the image of the country and the trust, the minority communities have had on the majority Buddhist community, and the Government. Sadly, even the so-called moderate monks, whom the minorities thought were sympathetic to their grievances, are being drawn towards these extremist elements, as they dare not defy these extremists. They fear public abuse and ridicule, which has gone unquestioned by the authorities.

These extremists, who are not camera shy, thrive on the publicity that has been given to their radical views by mainstream and social media. Some media institutions are accused of assigning permanent crews to these groups. The silent majority of the Buddhists, who do not subscribe to these racist views, dare not challenge these elements fearing violence that could be unleashed on them.

The country just emerged from the 30-year ethnic conflict that caused the death of thousands of lives on both sides of the divide. The economic cost to the nation and its people is irreversible. The lost opportunities would never re-emerge. Yet, there is hope, and hope that we can bring prosperity to our nation, if there is commitment from all, to shed the baggage from the past and move towards the future. To achieve this, the first priority should be to ensure that the rule of law prevails and the Government should declare its commitment to a multi-religious, multi ethnic, multi-cultural Sri Lanka.

The nexus between the Bodu Bala Sena and 969 movement of Ven. Ashin Wirathu signed and sealed during the Sanga Convention last month and the announcement by the Al-Qaeda of its intention to set up a South Asian wing spells disaster to religious co-existence in the region. Sri Lanka needs to do what is required to stop this menace from further spreading in the country by not providing a platform for these terrorists to infiltrate our nation.

Failure on the part of the authorities to reign in these terror groups will tarnish the image of the country and drive the minority communities away from the reconciliation process. They will tend to look for support from other extremist groups who could provide them security. If driven to this point, will the Muslims, who have up-to now stood by the nation, look at support from international terrorists from outside the country? May Allah (SWT), forbid them from looking at ISIS, Taliban, Al-Qaida or any other terrorist group as a solution to Buddhist terror.

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    BBS is not a banned terrorist group but Al Qaeda, Jihad, Mujahiddin, Hamas and 55 other Muslim groups are.

    Doesn’t it say it all!

    All the developed world is united against Jihad terror. Even Russia and China are with USA + UK + France + India + Japan + Australia in fighting Islam terror.

    If you look at the US terror list, apart from 4 Tamil terrorist groups, all others are Islam terror groups.

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      What’s the problem with you Thalaivar?

      You talk so big about these developed countries?

      These developed countries killed more than 1.6 million Iraqis for NO REASONS. Read your history and you will be surprised the killings that took place to “educate” fools like you. You have become a mouthpiece for the “civilised” nations. Count the killings of these terror groups, it is nothing to compare to the 1.6 millions.

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        Goraka

        The Buddhist terror groups sponsored, nurtured and let loose by the Mara junta will one day get out of control and create mayhem and bloodshed in the country. Then the international community has to step in to bring new order, law and proper functioning of civilised democratic governance in the island.

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      Hilmy Ahamed –

      RE: The Saffron Brigade And The Buddhist Terror.

      It is very good to expose the Mara, the Buddhist Mara and the Satans.

      Initially I thought, Karl Marx statement, “Religion is the Opium of the Masses applied only to Christianity” . However, a better statement was made by Professor Steven Weinberg, the Physics Nobel Prize Winner, that included, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism, as well.

      “‘Religion is an insult to human dignity. With or without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things. But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.”

      Steven Weinberg (born May 3, 1933) is an American theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate in Physics for his contributions with Abdus Salam and Sheldon Glashow to the unification of the weak force and electromagnetic interaction between elementary particles.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steven_Weinberg

      You are giving data supporting Professor Weinburg’s statement.

      This is is Amarasiri’s hypothesis, based on factual data and the scriptures from the religions.

      There are GOOD, BAD and UGLY religious people. They do not follow the GOOD Religion Preached by their Founders.

      BBS and their Clones are UGLY BUDDHISTS. They Follow Mara and MaRa, not the GOOD Buddha.

      Similarly, Wahhabi and their clones (Al Queda, ISIS, ISI:L, Taliban, Deobandi, Boko Haram etc) are UGLY Muslims, who Follw the DEVIL, SATAN, IBLIS, IBLEES, LUCIFER and Mara.

      True for Christians as well. Protestants said that the Pope was the Devil. Read Martin Luther. and his October “Revolution” of 1517…

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        Hilmy Ahamed –

        “True for Christians as well. Protestants said that the Pope was the Devil. Read Martin Luther. and his October “Revolution” of 1517… “

        Somebody needs to Post October Theses for BBS and Wahhabis who follow the Mara and the Devil, Satan, Iblees, Lucifer..This has more to do with maintaining Buddhist Monk Hegemony, than Buddhism, just like Wahhabi Mullah Hegemony.

        Despite the best efforts of fundamentalists of all kinds to have it otherwise, most of us are products of a generally secular society.

        31ST OCTOBER 1517
        MARTIN LUTHER POSTS THE NINETY-FIVE THESES ON THE CHURCH DOOR IN WINNBERG

        http://www.onthisdeity.com/31st-october-1517-martin-luther-posts-the-ninety-five-theseson-the-church-door-in-winnberg/

        Martin Luther Nails It

        Despite the best efforts of fundamentalists of all kinds to have it otherwise, most of us are products of a generally secular society. This makes it almost impossible for us to conceive of a time when every expression of thought, philosophic, political or cultural, was expressed within the terms of reference of religion. But making that mental leap is precisely what we have to do in order to appreciate quite how revolutionary it was when an unknown German clergyman posted up on a church door his list of grievances against the Catholic Church in 1517. In so doing Martin Luther started a chain of events that would bring the Middle Ages to an end. In truth his was neither the first, nor the most radical, challenge to church authority, but it came at a time of political and social upheaval that gave Luther immense historical significance.

        In the Middle Ages, the Catholic Church was the multifunctional organisation at the heart of every aspect of society. Quite apart from being one of the most powerful landowners in Europe, it held the virtual monopoly on knowledge, education and culture, and acted as the arbiter of morality and legitimacy. Luther’s challenge to priestly authority broke this monopoly at a time when Medieval society was starting to fracture politically, socially and economically. For Christians this marks the birth of the Protestant Reformation, and for historians it marks the beginning of Modern Europe.

        From a 21st century perspective this upheaval starts with a seemingly technical and narrow argument over the corrupt sale of ‘indulgences’. Indulgences were remissions from God’s punishment issued by the Church in return for charitable works. In reality, in a church riddled with corruption and greed this meant that salvation could be bought by those who had the money to do so. In 1517 Luther, a German friar and scholar published his grievances against these abuses. It set him on a trajectory that would call into question the basis of church authority and of salvation itself. As a result within three years he would be excommunicated by the pope, and a proclaimed an outlaw by the Holy Roman Emperor. Luther might have disappeared from history, like many other previous religious dissidents, had he not had the protection of the Elector of Saxony who had his own grievances with the Holy Roman Empire.

        It was whilst under this protection that Luther developed an ideology that would become recognisable as Protestantism. He developed a rationale that every individual was responsible for their own salvation based on a personal relationship with God – what Christians would call ‘faith’ – and not on adherence to a set of practises and observances ordered by a church hierarchy. For Protestants, the source of religious authority did not lie with a church hierarchy but with scripture – which it was both the right and duty of each individual to study in their own language. It was an ideology that was deeply attracted to any group that found itself in conflict with the Medieval establishment and the status quo. And in this respect there was not one but several Reformations.

        Within the ruling classes there were those – like the Elector of Saxony – who in their jockeying for power adopted Protestantism as an act of realpolitik to justify wars against their neighbours. For the middle class, the craftsmen and merchants, previously on the margins of medieval society but becoming increasingly powerful, Protestantism promised a very attractive elevation of the free individual. Amongst the peasant masses, Protestantism provided a liberating focus of protest against centuries of Church repression and corruption. For two centuries these peasant masses had found an ideological expression of their grievances in radical religious movements as diverse as the Lollards in England and the Hussites in Central Europe.

        In the 1520s a series of peasant revolts again expressed the ideas of Protestantism. The logic of Protestantism suggested a radically different form of church – a free assembly of like-minded individuals. However the implication of removing a church hierarchy was that of also removing a social hierarchy. In 1524 the German peasants expressed this in the Memmingen Charter – an anti-feudal manifesto that called for an end to serfdom and common ownership of land. Munster where the city was under the leadership of radical Protestants a kind of proto-socialist municipality was established, and ruthlessly suppressed by church and spiritual authorities, as were peasant revolts throughout Europe.

        However, this kind of radicalism was not at all Luther’s vision of Reformation. Distancing himself from radical groups such as the Anabaptists, Luther made it very clear on which side he stood, declaring ‘better the death of all peasants than of princes and magistrates’. Until his death, Luther lived under the protection of the Elector of Saxony, developing his theology and re-organising the church in Saxony. This new church represented Luther’s compromise between his theology and his distrust of the masses and their radicalism. The result was what came to be known as ‘Lutheranism’ – a protestant theology welded to a reformed church hierarchy. This was very much ‘Reformation from above’.

        In many parts of Northern Europe, particularly where the emerging middle classes were strongest, an alliance developed between them and some disaffected elements of the old nobility. They embraced this new form of religion, and derived their power and prosperity not from land ownership but from trade and commerce. This signalled a break with the Middle Ages and heralded the start of a new era, now recognisable as the first stages of modern Capitalism. Sociologist Max Weber in The Protestant Ethic and The Spirit of Capitalism saw an inextricable link between the two.

        Luther is not necessarily a character that it is easy to like. Added to his distrust of the masses, he has also been credited as developing a particular German strand of anti-Semitism. However if for nothing else, he deserves to be remembered for his courage in standing up for the primacy of the individual conscience in defiance of seemingly unassailable authority: “I am more afraid of my own heart than of the pope and all his cardinals. I have within me the great pope, Self.”

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        Hilmy ahmed,

        RE: The Saffron Brigade And The Buddhist Terror

        ISIL Terror?

        Women will be protected from other men, but not ISIL Satan Terrorists.

        http://www.iraqinews.com/features/isis-imposes-veil-women-tikrit-baiji-bans-smoking-cigarettes/

        ISIS imposes veil on the women of Tikrit and Baiji, bans smoking of cigarettes

        Tikrit (Iraqinews.com) On Saturday, according to a local source in Salahuddin province, ISIS imposed the veil on women in the city of Tikrit and Baiji and threatened to flog any man who accompanies a woman who does not abide by this rule. The source added that ISIS has banned smoking in all its forms in Tikrit and the district of Al-Alam and confiscated all cigarettes from shops.

        The source said in an interview for IraqiNews.com “the terrorist organization ISIS has ordered all women in Tikrit and Baiji to wear the veil if they leave their homes for any reason.”

        The source, who asked not to be named, said: “The organization has vowed to flog any man accompanied by a woman does not adhere to this decree and wear the veil.”

        The source explained that “the organization also banned all smoking in Tikrit and Al-Alam, vowing to flog any offenders,” noting that “the militants ISIS closed all shops selling cigarettes and confiscated all cigarettes from shops in these mentioned areas.”

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        Hilmy Ahmad,

        RE: The Saffron Brigade And The Buddhist Terror.

        RE: The Black ISIS Brigade of Wahhabi-Satan And The “Islamic: Wahhabi Iblees Terror.

        This is is Amarasiri’s hypothesis, based on factual data and the scriptures from the religions. There are GOOD, BAD and UGLY religious people. They do not follow the GOOD Religion Preached by their Founders.

        Similarly, Wahhabi and their clones (Al Queda, ISIS, ISIL, Taliban, Deobandi, Boko Haram etc) are UGLY Muslims, who Follw the DEVIL, SATAN, IBLIS, IBLEES, LUCIFER and Mara.

        1. Koran makes Good Muslims- That is what Koran wants Muslims to do, thee is no compulsion in religion and this Religion is mine, and the other is yours) Al-Baqara 256
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Baqara_256

        2.Al-Kafirun

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Kafirun

        To you your religion, and to me mine”.

        3. Now what is practoced by the “Islamic” Sate.

        Why not name Wahhabi-satanic or Iblee Sttate. Why? So, you want to be politically correct with the Saudi Wahhabi Iblees?

        Why don’t you call a spade a spade?
        Why dob’t you Satan a Satan, a Satan?

        I am a 14-year-old Yazidi girl given as a gift to an ISIS commander. Here’s how I escaped.
        They killed my brother and tried to make me a concubine. I found a meat cleaver and broke out.

        http://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2014/09/10/i-am-a-14-year-old-yazidi-girl-given-as-a-gift-to-an-isis-commander-heres-how-i-escaped/

        Mohammed A. Salih is a journalist based in Erbil. He has covered the conflict in northern Iraq for several international news organizations.

        As the sun rose over my dusty village on Aug. 3, relatives called with terrifying news: Jihadists from the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) were coming for us. I’d expected just another day full of household tasks in Tel Uzer, a quiet spot on the western Nineveh plains of Iraq, where I lived with my family. Instead, we scrambled out of town on foot, taking only our clothes and some valuables.

        After an hour of walking north, we stopped to drink from a well in the heart of the desert. Our plan was to take refuge on Mount Sinjar, along with thousands of other Yazidis like us who were fleeing there, because we had heard a lot of stories about Islamic State brutality and what they had done to non-Muslims. They’d been converting religious minorities or simply killing them. But suddenly several vehicles drew up and we found ourselves surrounded by militants wearing Islamic State uniforms. Several people screamed in horror; we were scared for our lives. I’ve never felt so helpless in my 14 years. They had blocked our path to safety, and there was nothing we could do.

        The militants divided us by gender and age: One for young and capable men, another for girls and young women, and a third for older men and women. The jihadists stole cash and jewelry from this last group, and left them alone at the oasis. Then they placed the girls and women in trucks. As they drove us away, we heard gunshots. Later we learned that they were killing the young men, including my 19-year old brother, who had married just six months ago.

        hat afternoon, they brought us to an empty school in Baaj, a little town west of Mosul near the Syrian border. We met many other Yazidi women who were captured by Islamic State. Their fathers, brothers and husbands had also been killed, they told us. Then Islamic State fighters entered. One of them recited the words to the shahada, the Muslim creed – “I testify that there is no God but Allah, and that Muhammad is his prophet” – and said that if we repeated them, we would become Muslims. But we refused. They were furious. They insulted us a lot and cursed us and our beliefs.

        A couple of days later, we were taken to a large hall full of a few dozen more Yazidi girls and women in Mosul, where Islamic State has its Iraqi headquarters. Some of the fighters were my age. They told us we were pagans and confined us for 20 days inside the building, where we slept on the floor and ate only once per day. Every now and then, an Islamic State man would come in and tell us to convert, but each time we refused. As faithful Yazidis, we would not abandon our religion. We wept a lot and mourned the losses suffered by our community.

        One day, our guards separated the married from unmarried women. My good childhood friend Shayma and I were given as a gift to two Islamic State members from the south, near Baghdad. They wanted to make us their wives or concubines. Shayma was awarded to Abu Hussein, who was a cleric. I was given to an overweight, dark-bearded man about 50 years old who seemed to have some high rank. He went by the nickname Abu Ahmed. They drove us down to their home in Fallujah. On the road, we saw many Islamic State fighters and remnants of their battles.

        Abu Ahmed, Abu Hussein and an aide lived in a Fallujah house that looked like a palace. Abu Ahmed kept telling me to convert, which I ignored. He tried to rape me several times, but I did not allow him to touch me in any sexual way. Instead, he cursed me and beat me every day, punching and kicking me. He fed me only one meal per day. Shayma and I began to discuss killing ourselves.

        We were given mobile phones and instructed to call our families. Their journey had been almost as hard as ours: They’d made it to Mount Sinjar, where ISIS surrounded them and tried to starve them to death. After five days under siege, Kurdish rescue forces evacuated them to Syria and then brought them back to northern Iraq. If they traveled to Mosul and converted to Islam, our captors had us tell them, we would be released. Understandably, they did not trust ISIS, so they did not make the trip.

        I.S. = Invasive Species OCT. 11, 2014 Thomas L. Friedman

        http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/12/opinion/sunday/thomas-l-friedman-is-invasive-species.html?smid=tw-share

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      LOL :D Guys like you makes me laugh during a hard day’s work ;) Seriously before you write something spend at least 5 mins on Google to check the facts :) BTW Jihad is not a group, it’s an act… Don’t confuse yourself with something you do not have enough knowledge :)

      Why do you worship this so called western power? There is terror, which is true… But there is no Terror as Islam terror, Hindu Terror, Buddhist Terror or Christianity Terror… When something of bad links itself with a religion, it is the exact moment it becomes no longer representative of that religion… Of all the religion I have read and know none promote violence.

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      Thalaivar, what you are forgetting is the identity of the creators of these Muslim terrorist groups. What is important is to ensure we do not have these bloody Islamic terrorists or any other in our land,

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      Hilmy Ahamed –

      IRE: The Saffron Brigade And The Buddhist Terror

      You need to compare and contrast “Buddhist” terror by BBS and the”Islamic” Terror by Wahhabis and their Clones such as ISIL, ISIL, Taliban etc

      You will see similarities with the devil, the Satan and Mara (of Buddhism who opposed Buddha)

      This is what the Arab League is saying.

      War on ISIS must be ideological and not limited to firepower, says Arab League Secretary

      http://www.iraqinews.com/arab-world-news/war-isis-must-ideological-limited-firepower-says-arab-league-secretary/

      Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) On Sunday the Secretary-General of the Arab League Nabil al-Arabi stressed that the war on ISIS must be ideological and not limited to the firepower used against them.

      In a press conference with the Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim Al-Jaafari today; Arabi said “The region is witnessing a critical stage and no one knows where all that came from.” He also added “The procedures took by the Arab League has managed to stop the flow of fighters joining the ISIS group.”

      So, the ISIS, ISIL, Wahhabis, salafis, Tauheed, Taliban and Deobandi need to be comapred to Satan, Iblees, ans Lucifer followers who are mid;ed about true Islam.

      Similarly, BBS need yo be pointed out as followers of Mara, not Buddha.

      The The ISIS/ISIL Iblees, Satanic State

      http://calltoislam.com/pdf/SalafiManhaj_ScholarsOnISIS.pdf

      Who are the Wahhabis, Salafis, Deobandis, Taliban. ISIS Boko Haram etc? They are the Devil, Satan, Shaitan. Iblees, and Lucifer followers? Here is the support, given velow. Hadith of Najd

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hadith_of_Najd

      More Scholars, ISIS is not islamic, but Satanic..Iblisic or Ibleesic

      http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/talktojazeera/2014/10/tariq-ramadan-isil-not-islamic-2014101015462542487.html

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      So, what do you intend to imply with your persuasion?

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      Hey Thalaivar, idiot all the ones you have mentioned are international terror outfits and BBS is a local terror outfit. I know why you mentioned these Islamic terror groups, isn’t it because the author is a Muslim. I know you dumb goats, always connect something to a person you do not agree with based on the name they have. Get a life you low life fool.

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    Dear Hilmi
    You have highlighted important issues.Yes we should campaign for a democratic society in which all of us can live peacefully and in harmony.
    Muslims all over the world and specially in Europe and North America wishes and fights for democratic rights .They can do so because those countries value democracy and try at least to treat all citizens equally.
    My question is do Muslims show the same commitment when they hold power in their own Muslim countries. Do they acknowledge the democratic rights of non Muslims living in their own countries.
    I have my strong doubts.They expect you to live under their own strict laws and there is no democracy what so ever.However,in every other country they want to be multicultural multireligious and pluritic which is bit hypocritical in my opinion.I agree we cannot follow others and we should adopt our own tradions respecting rights of everybody.
    However if Muslims wish them to be treated equally they should stop acting threatening to the other cultures and religions also.
    Dear Hilmi you must try and understand why there is a growing animosity against Muslims globally . This is only for Muslims and there are reasons for that. You should look into those issues as well at the same time while you are pointing fingers at others .Alqaeda, Taleban or ISIS may not show any interest in our country as Muslims are segregated unlike Tamils and they have their own issues to resolve.That kind of indirect threats will not work.Most importantly we should have dialogue among each other and strengthening the mutual trust and not threatening the existence of other party may bring the issue to a close .
    All the best!

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      Dear Priya

      Thank you for your response which is greatly appreciated. Why do you try and link me with Muslim citizens in other countries. I am a Sri Lanka and follow the religion of Islam. I am equal to you in my claim as a Sri Lankan. I am not a traveller who is passing through or a migrant worker who has come to Sri Lanka for greener pastures and pleasures of a luxury life. My ancestry dates back to over 1200 years and my full name is Mudune Adayappanr Mudiyansage Abdul Wahab Hilmy Ahamed and also Asswedume Gedera Abdul Wahab Hilmy Ahamed from my paternal and maternal sides. We can trace our ancestry as Sri Lankans. Please also do not forget that prince Vijaya, himself landed in Thambapani from India. Most Sri :Lankans hate anything Indian, except their ancestry. How many of the big patriots who are cyber warriors can trace back their ancestry. So, I demand that I be treated as a Sri Lankan and not a Middle Easterne or a visitorr.

      While I agree that the Arabs do not treat the migrant workers with equal rights or basic human values, this is not something exclusive for Sinhala Buddhist. They treat all non-Arabs the same way and that includes me too.

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        Dear Hilmi
        Thank you for the reply.I have never doubted you as a fellow citizen of my country and I am delighted to see your ancestry which tells a different story.You are absolutely right in saying this country is for us Sinhalese, Tamils ,Muslims and any other minority to live in peace and harmony, ensuring each others democratic rights.However, what is notably significant is some Muslim writers pens, only raise when Muslims are affected. They conveniently ignore other’s issues. ( with some exceptions like Iqbal Athas)
        I hate this trend and their obsession with Muslim identity.We should all feel Sri Lankan all the time and come forward when we are affected as a country or a nation.Being isolated as a cult or tribe and to wake up only when your kind is affected will not take us anywhere as a country .
        If Muslims are behaving in a threatening manner your pen should be raised against that as well.Not only against so called buddist terror groups. Muslims are good at seeing the ” pol kenda” of others eyes.They hardly see the ” pol parale” in their own eyes. If you have any doubts just look back and read the article you have written and you will realise what I mean.
        All the best again.

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          Dear Priya,

          with all due respect, I have written many times against ISIS and other Islamic Terror groups. I was the only one (as far as I know) who wrote to the president requesting him to be vigilant about ISIS and their possible infiltration in to the country. I also wrote to the president and in a number of journals in India and PAkistan protesting about Al Qaeda’s declaration of forming a south asia front. So, please do not class me with others who may have written something to hurt the feelings of Sri Lankans

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        Hilmy and Priya you both seem to be go after your race and identitites. It is not high time us all to feel as SRILANKENS rather than making every effort to name us as muslims, sinhalese, tamils and whatever other races?
        Common problem beofre us to get rid of MR adminsitration which has been doing anything to create new ethinic deviations. This we know, and IC also is clear. BBS and any other relgious forces that today are in violetly active are because of MR and their thuggish adminstration. We know perfectly well that we all want only one goalto be achieved – which is peramenent peace in this country. If Malaysians, Singaporieans and europeans can live as each of their nation why cant we ?

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          Thank you for that.If I sound that way I will be mindful about that in future.We do not see our faults and fallacies sometimes and thanks for pointing that out.Thanks again for Hilmi for the clarification and you are a valued writer. Writers have an immense power and they can change the world.We will all fight for Sri Lankan identity leaving aside our differences and surely our beautiful country for us and our children will be a better place to live.

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            Thanks Priya, sorry for the late response. Have been traveling. Yes, together we can harvest the fruits of beautiful Sri Lanka. Beleive me, I have travelled extensively to all parts of the world, and there is no better place than Sri Lanka when we have peace. Let us not destroy it. It is every Sri Lankans responibility

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    Dear Hilmy-below is exract from your article.

    “What is disgustingly shameful is that Mr. Senalankadhikara claims that he too is a Sinhala Buddhist, in response to the treats by these monks. Did he imply that these unlawful intruders couldn’t question him because he was a Buddhist? Does that imply that it would be acceptable that this Saffron Brigade could target non-Buddhists?”

    Here questioning Mr. Senalankadhikara on his is statement is wrong. What he really meant was he himself is a Buddhist and he too has moral responsibility towards workers who are suffering in Middle East. He did not mean anything on racist ground. though he is an appointee of Rajapkase regime he is a true SLFP who does not carry racism.

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      MMR, thank you for your c;arification and I am greatly relieved as you seem t know the FEB Chairman and his character. It is appreciated

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      Mr or Mrs MMR, Am surprised that you carry a brief for Mr. Senalankadhikara. What he said at the confrontation was clear that he didn’t want to be challenged by Buddhist monks as he himself is a Buddhist. . Do you assume that only Buddhists are suffering in the Middle east for Buddhist monks to take this up as a Buddhist issue. There are thousands of illiterate estate tamil women, Illiterate rural Sinhala and Muslim women who are raped and tortured. What is important is that we need to stop sending our women (Sinhala, Muslim and Tamil) as slaves to these dessert beaudoin’s who have no human values. Can we afford that? Its a 6 billion industry and you and I will have to lick from Garbage cans to survice.

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    Nobody has more rights over another just because he is a Muslim, Buddhist, Christian or whatever. The growth of religions was to educate people at a time when there were no books or print. It appears now to have corrupted the subjects into categories like schoolchildren arguing whose daddy has got the better job. E.g. You tell fairy tales to children as it has a moral ending but you expect them to shed the tale as soon as they are capable of thought. The objectives of religions were similar but sadly we hang on to the tale, believing all the gory details.

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    Mr.Hilmy Ahamed

    These so called ‘ officials ‘ need to be held accountable for the inhumane treatment most of our poor women workers are subjected to in the ME . You seem to have forgotten what happened to that poor child from the East who was beheaded ! What did all those ‘Honourable ‘ gentlemen you have named in your article do to save the life of that young girl ?

    The monks lack discipline and diplomacy , but they were talking about the welfare of all workers, not specifically Buddhists only . Do not make this issue
    an opportunity to indulge in your favourite pastime of Buddhist bashing !

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      Dr Goobella,
      We do not have to send these children to the middle east ,let us find a way out from our corrupt leaders.

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    Slavery, the Western version, was abolished famously in USA, UK, etc. What continues to date is the modern day slavery that is imposed on poor countries by followers of the most barbaric book on earth, the Qaran, which allows for enslavement of non-believers, as they continue to do by employing Lankan and other women and men as maids in the Middle East. Unfortunately, the ability to do that came about as a result of the petroleum boom in parts of the Middle East brought about by the Western countries such as the US.

    These monks have a moral obligation to do whatever they can to high light the barbarisms perpetrated on the Lankans in the Middle East. The loud-mouthed NGOs, human rights companies are silent on this matter, because petro dollars pay them handsomely to keep quiet. Most of the criminals who continue to send Lankan workers there without taking care to establish their safety are operating with the connivance of somebosy, and I think in that context they Emloyment Bureau needs to do more to ensure their safety and take the cases of harmed women to internationaln tribunals. The Qaran hugging murderers of Saudi Arabia and other countries should be made accountable for their sins. Its time to take action and hopefully this is the first salvo by the monks to prod the Lankan government and authorities to that.

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      Jay Chambers,

      The creator gave you eyes to see, ears to listen, and a mouth to speak. Do not abuse these facilities. They can be withdrawn any moment when they are abused like you do. Beware. It can happen anytime. Watch over your shoulder ALL THE TIME.

      You conveniently overlook the fact this discussion thread has nothing to do with religion. The pig Nanasara is hired by MaRa to rouse religious enmity between the Sinhala Buddhist, and the rest of the citizens. The purpose is to win the majority vote and get to be President for life.

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      Jay, this is exactly what I am saying. Can we stop the export of our women as slaves? Are we ready for the economic backlash? I dont mind eating lotus yams for the rest of my life if we can save our virgins

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    Another case of missing the wood for the trees.

    ISIL/ISIS/IS on a rampage murdering and destroying, not just the ‘infidels’ but also their own kith and kin, and yet we try to point fingers elsewhere at what are inanities by comparison.

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    The Moslems swine, hiding behind the name Indra, makes the usual threat of physical violence that Moslems always make when faced with truth. Meanwhile Israel has made a mockery of all this, beating the crap out of these fanatics all the time when they raise their ugly heads.

    The country for the Sinhaese to emulate is Israel. One little country surviving and thriving among the barbaric Moslems hordes, thruogh sheer superiority in intelligence, will, technology and strategy. And have you ever heard of Jews trying to convert anyone to their faith? Unlike the Moslems who are eternally trying to kill and convert the others the Jews don’t even accept their own people of mixed blood to their midst, unless the mother is Jewish. The conversion to Judaism is uncommon, and is elaborate. The Jewish people are less than 0.2% of the world population but produce some of the smartest people, Nobel prize winners, and infinitely more achieved than the entire Moslem world put together.

    The Sinhalese, under the guidance of such heroic monks such as Gnanasara, who has now made the clarion call to action against the Moslem menace, should organise and fight against these devils before the extinguish the flame of harmless, compassionate Hinduism, Buddhism and traditional Christianity in this beautiful country. As I always say, Hindustan under Modi is your brother, Israel is your best friend, and you can get a lot of support from the Europeans who have had enough of Islam as well and Chinese and Russians who view Islam and the worst threat to modern world. Monk Gnanasara has opened the discussion, follow his footsteps and you can still save the country.

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      Jay, this is exactly what I am saying. Can we stop the export of our women as slaves? Are we ready for the economic backlash? I dont mind eating lotus yams for the rest of my life if we can save our virgins

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      You fully deserve your job Nanasara’s [Edited out] polisher.

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    As muslims are this kind of liers, I think what muslims say about Israel to o should be lies.

    It is the muslims all over the world which make the society a difficult place to live. It is the muslims who have a history of violence for killing non-believes in the name of Islam.

    Go to internaet and see how muslims and Quran are connected with violence.

    when muslims kill sufis in Sri lanka, they never wrote these articles. Sri lankan muslims continue to convert business places to mosques and say that was an ancient praying place. They want all others to stay silent until their conversion is fulfilled.

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    Hilmy Ahmed:

    Internet is full of Islamic-barbarism – how they have killed children women and head separated bodies of women.

    See how Saudi Arabia a former buddhist country and now an Islamic country behaves.

    bibles and buddhist statues are not allowed. People killed like animals by the govt, govt debilitate people by cutting their hands etc.,

    That is muslim religion.

    Muslims are asking the same thing in Sri lanka.

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      You never cease to amuse me Soft Jimmy :D Yup… Hilter is a muslim, 1st and 2nd world war happened because of them, Cold War is because of them and every other war I can think of… We all were hugging each other on Black July and showing our unity to the barbarians :)

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    Gay, not a misspelling but the way you react, you must be Gnanasara’s [Edited out]. You may now also call me a tipless Thambi, but the fact remains Gnanasara hides behind the noble cloth. Ask him to disrobe, and try his antics. His balls would be squeezed the way the JHU priest had his squeezed by none other hand our indomitable mervyn in parliament.

    These [Edited out] cowards destroy our image as a true buddhist country and pouring petrol in to the fire that has been lit by the international community. You guys dont understand what sanctions mean. I studied in Cuba and live in Iran. I have seen how Iran, from being the Switzerland of the middle east became a Zimbabwe due to sanctions. Do you want to see that happening to our beautiful motherland.

    These [Edited out] terrorists are paid by ISIS, CIA, Israel and others so that Sri Lanka would be destabilised and they could have a foothold. I dont think the Muslims will allow it, as they are shrewd enough not to topple their beautiful life here,

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    According to Muslims, Jews are terrorists. Christians are terrorists. Hindus are terrorists. Now Buddhists are terrorists.

    According to Jews, Christians, Hindus and Buddhists, it is Muslims who are terrorists.

    80% of world population says Muslims are terrorists.

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      Tom Modaya, there are over 1.2 Billion Muslims. How come you get the figure of 80% of the world population who call Muslims Terrorists. Get your math right

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      Tamodaya

      “80% of world population says Muslims are terrorists.”

      Actually, this number is close to 40%, courtsey of “Islamic” militants, Wahhabi and their clones.

      So, if 40% of non-Muslims, 80%, of the World population think Muslims are terrorists, that is 40%x0.8 = 32% of the World population. The balance 60% x 0.8 = 48% of the world population do not think Muslims are terrorists.

      The Muslims, who are 20% of the World population, thinks only the Wahhabis and their Clones(5% of Muslims) are Terrorists. If the Wahhabi are 5% of the Muslims, then 20%x0.95 = 19% of the Muslims think , the Muslims are not Terrorists. So we need to add the Wahhabi, 5% of 20%x0.05 =1% of the World Population into the Muslim Terrorist List.

      So the Summary is as given Below.

      Muslims are Terrorists = 1% +32% = 33% of the world population

      Muslims are Not-Terrorists = 19% +48% = 67% of the world population.

      If Muslims want to improve their non-terrorist votes, they need to collectively label Wahhabi and their Clones as not Muslims, and say they are followers of the Devil, Satan, Iblees, Lucifer, etc. By keeping silent, the Devils, Satans have hijacked their religion.

      WASHINGTON (RNS) More than 120 Muslim scholars from around the world joined an open letter to the “fighters and followers” of the Islamic State, denouncing them as un-Islamic by using the most Islamic of terms.

      Relying heavily on the Quran, the 18-page letter released Wednesday (Sept. 24) picks apart the extremist ideology of the militants who have left a wake of brutal death and destruction in their bid to establish a transnational Islamic state in Iraq and Syria.

      Read the full letter here.

      http://lettertobaghdadi.com/index.php

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    We congratulate Malala Yousafzai, the last Prophet, for winning the Nobel Peace Prize.

    SL too needs her.

    SL government should invite her.

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      Ravindran

      “We congratulate Malala Yousafzai, the last Prophet, for winning the Nobel Peace Prize. SL too needs her.”

      Yes, we ALL congratulate Malala, the Good Muslim Teenager for taking on the Wahhabi clone Taliban almost highhandedly with help help of good people, Good Muslims.

      So there are Good Pakistani Muslims.

      1. Nobel Laureate, GOOD Muslim, Malala for Education of Girls and boys, vs. Wahhabi and the clones, Ugly “Muslims” or Satan , Iblees Followers who do not want education.

      2. The other GOOD Pakistani Muslim Nobel Laureate is Dr. Abdus Salam

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abdus_Salam

      Mohammad Abdus Salam[2] NI, SPk, KBE[3] (Punjabi, Urdu: محمد عبد السلام‎; pronounced [əbd̪ʊs səlɑm]; 29 January 1926 – 21 November 1996),[4] was a Pakistani theoretical physicist who, when he shared the 1979 Nobel Prize in Physics for his contribution to electroweak unification,[5] became the first Pakistani to receive a Nobel Prize and also the first Muslim to win a Nobel Prize in science.[6]

      So we have

      The GOOD Muslims

      The Bad Muslims, and

      The UGLY “Muslims”, aka Wahhabis and their clones, are Salafis, Tawheed, Deobandis, Talibans, ISIS, ISIL, Bokko Haram, who follow the Devil, Satan, Iblis, Iblees, Lucifer, to mess people up, both Muslims and non-Muslims alike.

      The UGLY “Muslims’. or rather The Satans, the Iblis etc. need to be exposed for what they are.

      It is the duty of Muslims and non-Muslims alike to point bout these Satanists, and devils.

      Who are the Wahhabis, Salafis, Deobandis, Taliban. ISIS Boko Haram etc? They are the Devil, Satan, Shaitan. Iblees, and Lucifer followers? Here is the support, given velow. Hadith of Najd

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hadith_of_Najd

      More Scholars, ISIS is not islamic, but Satanic..Iblisic or Ibleesic

      http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/talktojazeera/2014/10/tariq-ramadan-isil-not-islamic-2014101015462542487.html

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    The guy who calls himself Upali: listen pal. You sound like Lankan women are paid money for nothing in the Arab countries and they are indebted to that. Far from it, they are there to earn a wage for services rendered. If they are ill-treated, raped by the followers of the terrorist agenda called the Qaran, then the perpetrators should be punished and if it is widespread it then becomes a case of fundamental rights violation that should be raised to the highest global court. Lanka must interview returning workers and obtain the right to interview those working in countries like Saudi Arabia with international rights groups also participating in that effort. If every country exercises such restraint then the barbaric Moslems who do such vile acts will not be able to continue with them. But the usual NGOs and Human Rights companies are silent on these matters because they are getting bribes and other restraints preventing them from doing anything about these acts. Instead they pick on friendly countries with friendly people, as well as those who make a living out of the NGO money, generation to generation, who thrive on the poverty of their countries, and are ready to sell their country and its dignity for a song. Such morons are the worst type of scum you can imagine.

    Monk Gnanasara is a powerful orator, he is articulate and forceful. He has taken BBS from an unknown group to a force to be reckoned with in less than two years. His ability to manage, organize and execute matters is evident from the way he brought together 969 and BBS and brought the two Theravadin countries together. He has a tough road ahead, as he tries to consolidate and get to the next stage, which will hopefully see collaboration with the Hindu minority, the RSS and Shiv Sena in India, and alignment with others groups globally who have the guts to face Islamic terror. He is possibly better known globally now than anyone else from Lanka. Its his prerogative whether he continues to be a monk or a layman. That is none of our business.

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      Chambers,

      Why are you concealing your Sinhala Buddhist chauvinistic face under an English name?

      “Monk Gnanasara is a powerful orator, he is articulate and forceful. He has taken BBS from an unknown group to a force to be reckoned with in less than two years.”

      Certainly, I do not speak or understand Sinhala, Monk G has the gift of the gob; this does not mean that he is a “powerful orator”. Uttering powerfully bigoted ideology is preposterous and reckless. You need to get real and see wood from trees. It appears that you have no shame in glorifying the religious bigot and defending such a despicable platform!

      Monk G has the state patronage to sully the nation for political expediency of the incumbent MR. Monk G has been tasked to arouse the Sinhala Buddhist Nationalism among the majority Sinhala Buddhists to act as a trump card for election victory. You on the other hand did not require such arousing as you are already well aroused and feel proud at being a bigot!

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    stupid Hilmy Ahamed, world is full of islam/muslim barbarism and it [Edited out]

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      Luckily world is not full of [Edited out] kollas…

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      Ai, Ela you have dropped your cocka at Thungmulla junction can you come and pick it please , Even though Gnana does not fancy it you may need it!

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    Let us be frank who created,funded and armed Osama Binladin to fight the Russians. It was the Democratic America the Devil. Who has the biggest arms industry America they need to create turbulence and wars in other countries so that they can test and sell their arms and earn money. The fools are the Arabs who end up paying for these wars.

    Stop the Arms industry we will have a safer place to live.

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    The superstitious Far Eastern religions are a mystery to most. When superstitious faiths like Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Sikhism,
    Shinto, Confucianism and Taoism are mentioned, people tend to think of religious communities who worship or pray to idols carved out of stone or wood, make offerings to and put on shows of seeming respect for them and perform mysterious ceremonies in temples and its vicinity. Whereas Divine and monotheistic religions like Islam, Christianity and Judaism (the original state of Christianity and Judaism is referred to here as they have been tampered with and altered since their revelation) are based on revelation and call humanity to an enlightened, happy, safe and just life.

    The superstitious Eastern religions with their 1.5 billion believers worldwide, represent a gloomy life filled with pagan rituals, social injustices and miserable conditions, that is to say, a warped life. The most fundamental mistake of the believers in these superstitious faiths is that they deny the certainty of Allah’s existence (Allah is beyond that) and put their faith into hundreds of millions of idols, perversely worshiping them and ignorantly hoping for help and salvation from them.
    The majority of Asian people believe in pagan religions like Hinduism and Buddhism. Buddhists prostrate before Buddha idols, making supplications and offerings to them, and Hindus worship literally millions of different idols. The irrationality and perversion of believing in the power of stone idols, of believing that such idols have the power to punish or reward, of respecting or fearing them is self-evident. Even worse, Hinduism demands reverence to cows, apes, mice, trees, rivers etc., which leads to even greater spiritual perversion, ignorance and darkness.

    Islam And Far Eastern Religions

    However, people who have such pagan beliefs have always existed in all periods of history. The narratives in the Qur’an of the many holy prophets reveal that they had met such people, whom they invited to stop worshiping other deities, and to worship and believe in Allah Almighty instead. The Surat al-‘Ankabut reveals how Allah’s beloved servant the Prophet Abraham (pbuh) spoke to his people:

    Instead of Allah you worship only idols. You are inventing a lie. Those you worship besides Allah have no power to provide for you. So seek your provision from Allah and worship Him and give thanks to Him. It is to Him you will be returned. (Surat al-‘Ankabut: 17)

    The modern day pagans are no different to the Prophet Abraham’s
    (pbuh) nation. They too foolishly defended their beliefs by saying: “No,
    but this is what we found our fathers doing.” (Surat ash-Shuara: 74).
    These people whose minds have been dulled with myths and pagan teachings are unable to realize their irrationality and misguided spirituality. They have given themselves up to these superstitious religions’ inherited from their ancestors, whereas if they were to question their perverse beliefs rationally and conscientiously, if they were to seek to find the truth rather than to follow their ancestors path, they surely would realize the infinite might and power of our Lord Who has created them as well as everything else in the universe. Consequently, they would then also free themselves from their lives being determined by myths and find Allah’s path of wisdom revealed to mankind by His messengers.

    There are so many flawed aspects, perversions, irrational and illogical practices, as well as the teachings that sanction the racism, violence and cruelty of these superstitious Eastern religions, as well as the teachings that, in their own minds, sanction racism, violence and cruelty. We hope that the practitioners of these religions will come to realize the perverted nature of their lifestyles and the losses that following blindly in the footsteps of their forefather’s causes them in this life, as well as in the hereafter, so they can leave these pagan beliefs behind and surrender to Allah.

    Their is also a far-reaching effect of these superstitious beliefs on the Western culture. The influence of superstitious Eastern religions on Western society is not easily recognizable at first. The Enlightenment of the 18th century followed by the materialism of the 19th century distanced European people from Divine religions and the spiritual void thus created enabled false Eastern religions like Hinduism and Buddhism to move into Western thought. These false religions played a major role in removing the good and positive morality of religions, in promoting the materialist worldview, and in misleading people in search of spirituality by misleading people with “a false religion opposed to belief in Allah.”

    The comprehensive propaganda campaign on behalf of the New Age movement which comprises all pagan teachings of the Far Eastern cultures, and is sometimes termed to be “the religion of the 21 st century” or “the millennium religion”, proves that New Age-like movements will be an issue in the 21 st century Western world. Many Christian churches, especially the Vatican, consider such movements based on superstitious Far Eastern religions as one of the biggest threats to Christianity. A report prepared by the Vatican titled “A Christian reflection on the New Age”, seen as a new interpretation of Christianity by some, just shows how big a threat this movement is considered to be by the Christian world. No doubt it is necessary that all people who genuinely believe in Allah unite and begin a coordinated ideological resistance against such movements which distance people from the belief in Allah, and try to replace the good morality revealed by the Divine religions with materialist and pagan beliefs. One of the things that needs to be done in this respect is to demonstrate the huge gulf between the world of peace, happiness, security, justice, equality, solidarity, compassion, mercy and love recommended, and called for by the Divine religions. and the pagan religions worldview based on materialistic and spiritual perversion. It must not be forgotten that most people who are inclined to fall for these pagan religions in some Western world are people who seek attention by being different and original and mistakenly hope to find happiness in these superstitious religions. They are being led away
    from the true religions revealed to them by Allah through His Messengers into an abyss of spiritual darkness, gloom, fear and suffering.

    It must be known that true happiness in this life as well as in the
    hereafter is only attainable by believing genuinely in Allah and by
    abiding by His will, because “… Allah is the Real and what you call
    on apart from Him is false. Allah is the All-High, the Most Great…”
    (Surat al-Hajj: 62)

    He is Allah – there is no god but Him. He is the King, the Most
    Pure, the Perfect Peace, the Trustworthy, the Safeguarder, the
    Almighty, the Compeller, the Supremely Great. Glory be to Allah
    above all they associate with Him. (Surat al-Hashr: 23)

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      Marwan

      “He is Allah – there is no god but Him. He is the King, the Most Pure, the Perfect Peace, the Trustworthy, the Safeguarder, the Almighty, the Compeller, the Supremely Great. Glory be to Allah above all they associate with Him. (Surat al-Hashr: 23)

      The problem with Muslims is that they have failed to separate the Satan, Devil, Iblis, Iblees, Lucifer following Wahhabi i and their Clones from true Muslims who follow Allah.

      In the Yousef ali translation of the Quran there are references to 25 citations to the Satan in the index.

      The UGLY “Muslims’. or rather The Satans, the Iblis etc. need to be exposed for what they are. It is the duty of Muslims and non-Muslims alike to point out these Satanists, and devils.

      Who are the Wahhabis, Salafis, Deobandis, Taliban. ISIS Boko Haram etc? They are the Devil, Satan, Shaitan. Iblees, and Lucifer followers? Here is the support, given velow.

      Hadith of Najd

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hadith_of_Najd

      More Scholars, ISIS is not islamic, but Satanic..Iblisic or Ibleesic

      http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/talktojazeera/2014/10/tariq-ramadan-isil-not-islamic-2014101015462542487.html

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    Hilmy/Priya/Marwan,

    Just going through the comments of Empty Chambers/Elu Kolla and the likes in this forum, one thing is plainly clear “YOU CAN TAKE THE DONKEY TO THE WATER,BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE IT DRINK.

    If you also see in the Quran, it is said that “THEY HAVE BRAINS, BUT THEY WILL NOT REASON OUT,THEY HAVE EYES BUT THEY WILL NOT SEE,THEY HAVE EARS BUT THEY WILL NOT LISTEN. God Almighty knows the characters of some of these people, so he said about them long time ago. Best thing is to disregard them, as that is what exactly they are doing, refusing to accept the truth and reality even when you present them with facts and figures.

    They are all hell bent on bringing about disharmony among communities and somehow do the dirty job for MARA in order that they can reap the harvest not for the country or it’s masses but for their selfish self seeking objectives.

    Otherwise they will also be driven into the gutters together with the traitorous MARA clan for the atrocities committed against a beautiful country and a nation, regardless of their faiths or beliefs.

    Hope saner counsel will prevail and our beautiful country will be saved from these marauding murderers and plunderers before it is too late for redemption.

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      Ansar, I will agree with what you have written, but when they attack us Muslims with such vengeance, they need to be told, what we think of their belief systems and practices.

      TRUTH – Speaking the truth to the unjust is the best of Holy wars. – Prophet Muhammed (Peace be upon him)

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