Monday, October 15, 2007

Death to the Movie-Goers!
Six Dead in Indian Movie Blast

A bomb went off at a movie theater in India (Shringar Cinema in Ludhiana) Sunday. So far, there are six dead.

So, what does this have to do with the war on terror? Maybe nothing. No group has said 'we did it,' so it could even be some sort of criminal case.

On the other hand, if it was an act of terrorism, I'd guess that it was a Muslim group.

First, it was a movie, and a romance at that ("Janan Janam Ke Saath," or "Together Through Several Lifetimes"). Judging from the way the Taliban and other far-out Islamic groups put their women under sheets, and out-Puritan the Puritans, a crowd of men and women, in a darkened room, watching a romantic movie, would warrant death.

Second, two Muslims were killed a few days before at the shrine of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, a Sufi saint. Someone there set off a bomb in a lunch tin there: during evening prayers.

Which brings up an important point: Non-Muslims aren't the only people getting hurt when Islamic moonbats start frothing at the mouth. Muslims who aren't sufficiently Islamic, or who are drafted as human shields, or who are in the wrong place at the wrong time, get hurt - and killed - too.

It's getting late in my time zone, early, actually, so it's time to stop.

1 comment:

Ottavio (Otto) Marasco said...

ajMoonbats of the kind that “start frothing at the mouth” would be scary is any creed or faith; the Islamic variety would be acutely chilling.

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