Are people afraid to CONDEMN the Jehadis here???

India
July 14, 2016 2:51pm CST
Now intelligence reports say, from Bangladesh a few Jehadis have entered India. The government has announced a high alert in the country, particularly in Assam. These so called Jehadis are spreading violence, killing innocent people mindlessly and indiscriminately across nations and races. These self proclaimed crusaders are a curse to the very humanity. In the name of religion they are spreading terror and breaking all records of cruelties known to human history. Even violences inflicted by Hitler and Stalin are not paralleled with their bloody holocausts. Still, why are people so tongue tied while discussing such issues? Why can't people (why can't we) condemn such heinous 'Jehad' openly, with no unclear terms?
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@MALUSE (69432)
• Germany
14 Jul 16
"Even violences inflicted by Hitler and Stalin are not paralleled with their bloody holocausts." Horrible as the deeds of the Jehadis are, they can't be compared to what happened under Hitler and Stalin as everyone will know who's studied history. @zarlamain @Mike197602
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@Mike197602 (15473)
• United Kingdom
14 Jul 16
ISIS are terrible but they've not caused even a fraction of the deaths of either the Nazi or Stalinist regimes. Both regimes ran very powerful states who killed on industrial levels. The truth about isis is that they control fairly limited areas and just are not on the same level as other nasty regimes from history.
• India
15 Jul 16
@MALUSE Thanks for correcting me. It was quite a careless exaggeration. But the scale on which they are enrolling cadres worldwide... I suspect whether a similar history won't repeat in a decade or so..
@Mike197602 (15473)
• United Kingdom
14 Jul 16
Sorry but you're very wrong. Look at the deaths cause by either Hitler or Stalin and they are WAAAAY more than ISIS have killed.
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@Mike197602 (15473)
• United Kingdom
14 Jul 16
According to everything I've read ISIS related deaths aren't even anywhere near one million...nowhere near.
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• India
15 Jul 16
@Mike197602 You are right. It was a reckless analogy. Sorry. But God forbid, considering that ISIS is just a baby, it won't repeat the same history..
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• India
15 Jul 16
@Mike198602 I was wrong. But should we wait till the figures reach millions so that as a world community we will be able to condemn or do something!!
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@else34 (13517)
• New Delhi, India
15 Jul 16
@ritwik17c,If what the dreaded terror outfits like ISIS,JeM,Hijbul Mujahideen etc etc are doing is religion,I would prefer to be an atheist.Condemning these murderers is necessarybut what is more necessary is eliminating them.
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• India
15 Jul 16
@else34 But what strategy would you suggest? At least what should be the approach of the commoners and the government?
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• United Kingdom
15 Jul 16
People will be afraid to speak their own mind and frankly I don't blame them.
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• United Kingdom
16 Jul 16
@ritwik17c Because there is something called choice. People can choose whether they want to add their own views or not. Its like religious posts. I tend to avoid them on here. I believe in God, I do my own thing. Nobody needs to really know what my thoughts are and largely its the same on here. People will speak their own mind if they feel they need to vent.
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• India
16 Jul 16
@crystalvisions I choose to disagree when people choose to kill people in the name of religion. I choose to disagree when some people suffer in one corner of the world and the rest of the world choose to be indifferent. It is always a matter of choice when we have to decide which religion we will follow. But criminals also kill out of a choice. Every action results from a choice, whether that is made consciously or not. Yes, as far as the freedom of speech is concerned, some may prefer to exercise it and some may not. That's is a matter of choice. People will speak out only when they will feel threatened. As far as I am concerned, I am living in a very sensitive region. Here people have come out on the street to protest.
• India
15 Jul 16
@crystalvisions At least here people are under cover.. why can't they speak their mind here?