India: After 800 years of unwanted Muslim presence, brutality continues: 300,000 people flee the North from Muslim attacks.

Few countries have suffered the degree of muslim brutality than Africa and India. African culture and prosperity was completely destroyed by muslim invasion and the introduction of slavery, in accordance with Sharia law, enslaving over 140 million Africans. The brutal force of Islam onto Africa caused complete social and financial ruin of the country.
David Livingstone wrote of the Arab slave trade he witnessed: “To overdraw its evils is a simple impossibility … We passed a slave woman shot or stabbed through the body and lying on the path. [Onlookers] said an Arab who passed early that morning had done it in anger at losing the price he had given for her, because she was unable to walk any longer. We passed a woman tied by the neck to a tree and dead … We came upon a man dead from starvation … The strangest disease I have seen in this country seems really to be broken heartedness, and it attacks free men who have been captured and made slaves.”
India went through similar brutality from unprovoked attacks against its people with 800 years of muslim rule after a brutal invasion costing millions of lives. Over 90 million Indians are estimated to have been killed, merely as a culling practice to keep the population down after muslims have taken over the rule of the country. As with Africa, Indian people were enslaved and brutalized and the wealth was looted from regional Kings. Some historians want to glorify muslim rule by claiming they brought wealth to their invaded host nations. Wealth from where? They didn’t have sufficient trader relations. In fact, all of muslim wealth was acquired from looting other nations. Muhammad himself was a highway robber.
As a protective measure in Muslim invaded India, young widows began marrying their small children to elder adults to try and protect them from Muslim sodomy and butchery. From this, child marriage was born. India barely managed to survive the brutality of Muslim invasion. India’s luck changed with British merchants, arriving on the Eastern coast to trade in goods. The Maharaja of southern India basically purchased their military help to remove the Muslims in exchange for thousands of acres of land and exclusive trade agreements. The British successfully removed Muslim rule altogether from India. Eventually a century later and with weak rulership, British trade with India lead to Britain taking the helms as the new ruler of India.
What is remarkable with India is that Muslims never managed to convert the people as much as they tried, and India never became an Islamic nation. India is the only country that managed to survive forced mass conversion.


300,000 flee when violence erupt between locals and Muslims in Assam


The exodus of people from India’s north-eastern states living in the southern city of Bangalore continues with more migrant workers fleeing.

There are reports of people from the region fleeing the cities of Chennai (Madras) and Pune as well.

PM Manmohan Singh has appealed for calm and said peace “must be maintained at any cost”.

Officials have blamed the exodus on “rumour mongering” linked to clashes in the north-eastern Assam state.

More than 300,000 people fled after fighting between indigenous Bodo tribes and Muslim settlers in Assam.

Fresh violence between the two sides was reported on Thursday when a mob set fire to a bus and a road bridge, reports say. At least nine people were reported to be injured in clashes.

The main railway station in Bangalore was flooded with migrant workers from north-eastern states for a second successive day on Thursday to catch three special trains to the north-east.

A senior Bangalore official told the BBC that nearly 15,000 people from the region had left the city since Wednesday, when the rumours broke out.

‘Nothing has happened’

There are 250,000 people from the north-east living and working in Bangalore, which is often referred to as the Silicon Valley of India.

Many of them are students, security guards and workers in the hospitality sector.

A minister in the local government S Suresh Kumar told the Press Trust of India that the exodus was “not due to a threat factor, but due to the anxiety [of the people leaving] to be with their parents when Assam has been gripped by violence”.


The rumours of attacks have spread to neighbouring Chennai in Tamil Nadu state, and Pune in Maharashtra to the north-west, reports say.

Workers and students from the north-east – mostly from Assam – living in Chennai arrived at the railway station to board to special trains to take them home, one report said.

“Nothing has happened till now, but we are very sure something really bad is going to happen. Our Bangalore friends have said we have to leave,” Bishnu, a migrant worker from Assam, told The Hindu newspaper.

Reports of a similar exodus are being reported from western Pune city, where many north-east people working in the city are reported to have fled.

The rumours of attacks have been spread through text messages and the social media. There have been a few reports of people being threatened to leave.

“We must work together to ensure that all people from other states do not feel threatened by rumour mongering and text messages,” PM Manmohan Singh said.

Many young people from the restive north-east region have migrated to the cities of Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore in search of better jobs and education.

Read also: (Photo) Assam ethnic violence spurs mass exodus, throttles refu­gee camps


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