Thursday, September 28, 2006

religion, an evil created by the followers of religious men

A good blog on dis subject
pointed out by Annony mouse below Posted by Picasa


Tsei-ji said...

Fighting seems so futile.

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Keshi said...


bye tc :)

Anonymous said...



Anonymous said...

Indian police blame Pakistan in bombings By RAMOLA TALWAR BADAM, Associated Press Writer
1 hour, 57 minutes ago

MUMBAI, India - The police officer leading the investigation into train bombings that killed more than 200 people in the Indian city of Mumbai in July accused Pakistan's spy agency on Saturday of masterminding the attack.


Tariq Azim, Pakistan's minister of state for information, denied the claim, calling it "sad and unfortunate."

"We reject this allegation, and demand that India should provide us any evidence, if they have," Azim told The Associated Press.

Mumbai police Commissioner A.N. Roy said an intensive investigation that included using truth serum on suspects revealed that Pakistan's top spy agency had "masterminded" the bombings.

Roy said Pakistan's Directorate of Inter Services Intelligence, or ISI, began planning the attacks in March and later provided training to those who carried out the bombings in Bahawalpur, Pakistan.

"The terror plot was ISI sponsored and executed by Lashkar-e-Tayyaba operatives with help from the Students Islamic Movement of India," Roy said at a news conference to announce the completion of the investigation.

Lashkar is a Pakistan-based Islamic militant group, while the Students Islamic Movement of India, or SIMI, is a banned Islamic group.

So far 15 people have been arrested, including 11 Pakistanis, Roy said, adding that three Indians were still on the run and another Pakistani was killed in one of the blasts.

Pakistan has in the past denied involvement in the attacks and it was not immediately clear how the revelations would affect the fragile peace process between the nuclear-armed neighbors.

Azim said it was not the first time that Indian officials had blamed Pakistan for an attack.

"Whenever some bad thing happens in India, they start blaming us for it," he said. "Such allegations only give benefit to the real culprits, who escape arrests."

In Pakistan, no spokesman for the outlawed Lashkar-e-Tayyaba group was immediately available for comment.

The Indian allegation came days after the BBC reported that a document prepared for Britain's Defense Ministry accused ISI of indirectly supporting terrorist groups including al-Qaida.

Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf strongly rejected the documents, while Britain's Ministry of Defense also clarified that the leaked document was academic research and did not represent the British government's view.

On Saturday, the BBC quoted Musharraf as saying the West would be "brought to its knees" without Pakistan's support in the war on terror.

In the BBC Radio 4 interview, he also rejected allegations against ISI, saying "if ISI is not with you, you will fail."

Roy gave a detailed description of how the explosives were transported into India and by whom. He also described how the bombs were packed into pressure cookers and placed on the trains.

Roy said the Pakistanis slipped into India, some going over their shared border, while others went through neighboring Nepal and Bangladesh. There they were met by Indians who brought them to Mumbai and housed them in rented apartments, he said.

"It was a professional, precise and well-planned operation," he said.

Police cracked the case after tracking down a suspicious call from Mumbai to the Nepal border region, Roy said. There they picked up one of the suspects, who led them to others.

However, Roy said that many of the suspects had been trained to resist interrogation and only the use of truth serum helped tie loose ends together.

Seven bombs ripped through suburban trains in Mumbai, India's financial and entertainment capital, killing at least 207 people and injured another 700. Mumbai was formerly known as Bombay.

Lashkar-e-Tayyaba is one of the Islamic groups fighting since 1989 for Kashmir's independence from India or its merger with Pakistan. More than 68,000 people have been killed in the conflict.


Associated Press Writer Munir Ahmad in Islamabad, Pakistan, contributed to this report.

Anonymous said...

Jesus Loves you,,,,this makes me smile every day!

Anonymous said...

The mark of a man's strength ...
Is not so much a towering frame,
Not so much those thundering biceps,
Not so much that boxer punch, ...

But the strength of his mind.
Strength when standing alone, but firm.
Strength to fight temptation and sin,
Strength to control frustrations and self.

There was a man called David,
Who's strength was the Lord of Heaven,
Who fought bear and lion,
And a great giant called Goliath.

But if ever there is one strong man,
It has to be - Jesus Christ,
Who fought the biggest opponent - Satan.

Who had the strength to be like us,
Yet not so much like us in sin.
The strength to love in return for hate,
The strength to support the poor, women and outcasts.

A man with power to command storm and wind,
But the strength to bear humiliation on the cross.
Born in a shabby Bethlehem stable,
Born to give love and finally his life.

This strength has carried men and women,
Over two-thousand years and more to come,
Through rejection, suffering and loneliness.
And changed sinners like us to saints.

Two thousand years back in Jerusalem,
Where twelve men lay huddled and scared,
Having lost their leader and greatest guide,
And now publicly branded as traitors.

But the Holy-Spirit came in that day,
And filled their hearts and freed their tongues,
And bloomed a flower that is the church,
The body of Christ that's still going strong.

Jesus is my friend, and yours too.
He knows all our weaknesses and troubles.
We can speak to him by praying.
So why wait? Lets start today.

Crashtest Comic said...

Religion makes me fart.