Saturday 13 February 2010

Boycott My Name is Khan

We know that Pakistan was formed as a separate nation for Muslims because many Muslims did not want to stay with Hindus.

And after formation, Pakistan has become an Islamic nation and has done whatever it could to spread the idea of Islamic nation, including tortures, kidnapping, rape and forced marriage of Hindu girls.

During the Kargil war, the Pakistani army practiced Islamic values by torturing Capt. Saurabh Kalia in the most barbaric manner possible.
I quote a small portion of the report:

The Pakistani Army Officers and Soldiers, indulged in the most dastardly acts of burning his body with cigarettes, removing his eyes before puncturing them, breaking most of the bones of his battered body and teeth.
10 years later, another set of Jehadis, during the 26/11 attack on Mumbai, Sexually Assaulted the hostages. Before torturing and killing the hostages, the Jehadi Islamic terrorists, practicing love and compassion as they would have learnt in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, mutilated the genitals of hostages.


After 26/11, there was lot of public anger. People wanted us to hit back at Pakistan.

So, with the background that I have mentioned above, if someone came and said that 
"It (Pakistan) is a great neighbour to have. We are great neighbours, They are good neighbours. Let us love each other."

"Let me be honest. My family is from Pakistan, my father was born there and his family is from there,".
You would imagine the person who made the comment either does not live in India or is crazy to say the same. Some might even say that this person is a traitor.

And yet, Shahrukh Khan says exactly the words that I have quoted. And the English media is supporting his treacherous uttering by running With SRK campaigns.

Please read this open letter to SRK. In this letter, the author has listed number of other references where SRK has displayed his Muslim brotherhood love, his Jehadi leanings and disdain for all things Hindu / Indian.



I will give another example how SRK is first and foremost a Jehadi.

Remember the first T20 World Cup finals? The Pakistani team lost the match to India in a nail biting finish, and the Pakistani captain, Shoaib Malik, at the podium said “My apologies to the entire Muslim community across the world”.

The man of the match of this match was Irfan Pathan and his mother wasn't happy to hear this nonsense from Malik.

Author Mukul Kesavan wrote on his popular cricinfo.com blog Men in White, "It is a world where Muslims, Hindus and a Sikh currently play for England, where Buddhists, Muslims, Christians and a Hindu play for Sri Lanka, where Hashim Amla turns out for South Africa, where a Patel plays for New Zealand, where Muslims, Sikhs, Christians and Hindus play (and have always played) for India. Why would Shoaib think, then, that the Muslims of the world were collectively rooting for the Pakistan team or that they felt let down by its defeat?

Read the entire article here
http://www.expressindia.com/latest-news/Irfans-mother-lashes-out-How-can-Shoaib-speak/221357/

And yet, Shahrukh Khan goes on to defend Shoib Malik.
"I don’t think he meant to segregate Muslims and Christians and Hindus and say this was a match between Islam and Hinduism. I don’t think that."
Presumably, Malik discussed his statements with SRK.

Read the entire interview here.
http://ibnlive.in.com/news/dont-compare-me-with-big-b-im-an-upstart-srk/50548-8-p1.html


There are number of other incidents like this.

Read this interview where he claims ""Being a Muslim and standing up for the tenets of Islam is my most important agenda,".
http://www.filmycinema.com/2009/06/shahrukhs-islam-comments-muslim-groups.html


So, does all the SRK's propaganda have a hidden agenda to Spread Islam ????

Why are we spending money to make this Jehadi rich ? Are we mad or something ?

They must be laughing at us. Look at the stupid "Kaafirs". They spend money on us so that we can further damage them.
  
Let us hit back.

I urge all of you to economically impact this Jehadi by boycotting his movie, "My Name is Khan".

Boycott. Let him feel the pain.


And let other embryonic traitors get the message.

6 comments:

  1. My comment was too long, so this is just my first post.

    I am a full-blooded Indian Muslim who was born and am still living in Florida, United States. I love Hindus! In fact, some of my closest friends are Hindus! I love being with them because Hindu values are the same as Muslim values. Love for God, for family, for one another, etc. Both of our religions are so peaceful. I don't understand how you can have so much hatred with people whom you share a country, a heritage, languages, genetics, with! You, of all people in the world, should realize MOST that Islam is not a hateful religion and that those extreme terrorists are only using the name of Islam to provoke fear amongst everyone in the world. And I say you of all people should understand because you live with Muslims! You live in a part of the world that is constantly bashed here in the States. You should realize that all of that Muslims being hateful people nonsense is all complete rubbish!

    To fully understand this, we must look back in history to groups such as the KKK (a Christian extremist group) and ask ourselves why would they commit such acts in the name of Christianity? Because we know Christianity to be a peaceful religion (as our own religions are), we all knew that they weren't representative of the entire world's Christian population. Instead, they used the name of Christianity to provoke fear in the world and to become powerful. Islamic terrorist groups aren't truly Muslim and aren't representative of the entire world's Muslim population, they are just using the name of Islam to provoke fear in the world, to seem more powerful than they really are (and, living in America, I can honestly say they succeeded in provoking such fear and becoming "powerful")--so that all of the non-Muslims in the world live in a constant state of fear (and thus they are ever so powerful, because non-Muslims become scared every time they see a Muslim, even without the presence of those horrible, terror-inducing people) and so that Muslims can ALSO live in a constant state of fear (fear of the fact that they might be profiled against, hurt, attacked for the crimes of terrorists who do not believe in the same faith as they do). The movie My Name Is Khan is SPECIFICALLY for people like you--people who stereotype.

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  2. As an Indian growing up in America around so many different races, I look forward to my trips to India because I love that I can finally be around so many people whom I love, people with the same culture as me, people I can speak to in Hindi. And there you are in India, encouraging separation among our own people?! Our own Indians? And about Pakistan--yeah our countries have issues, but that does not mean we should encourage hatred of Pakistanis. After all, they and Bangladeshis are truly Indian and share the same roots as we do.

    Regarding your SRK quote, "Being a Muslim and standing up for the tenets of Islam is my most important agenda.": Where did he say his agenda is to spread Islam? Muslims are taught not to spread Islam, but just to inform when questioned about it. In fact, it is haram (forbidden) to try to force/convince someone to reluctantly convert to Islam. All he said is that his most important agenda is to stand up for the tenets of Islam. If you knew what the tenets were, you most likely wouldn't have sounded so ignorant (I say that respectfully). The tenets of Islam are simply: 1. the proclamation that there is only One God and that Muhammad is His messenger, 2. Prayer, 3. Fasting, 4. Charity (it is obligatory on Muslims to donate a certain percentage of their income to the poor or needy every year), and 5. Pilgrimage. I apologize if I sound rude, but where in ANY of those tenets is his "hidden agenda" to spread Islam? And by the way, I don't see how it is such a huge deal when we discuss the spread of Islam. Would you think it was a big deal if the spread of Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, Sikhism, or Buddhism was discussed?

    I think YOU need to go watch My Name Is Khan and please, as someone who writes/blogs on the internet, do some research on subject matters about which you will be discussing beforehand. You may just become more credible that way :)

    Much love from an Indian sister <3

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  3. Also, I noticed you're a supporter of Israel, a state who's been constantly violating international law by the UN regarding human rights and land rights in Palestine. It's best you watch Occupation 101 or other documentaries on the REAL situation in the Middle East. You can find such documentaries on freedocumentaries.org.

    Some of the terrorists attack people/countries in retaliation to what's going on in the Middle East and all of the world to Muslims themselves, and therefore they think they're doing the right thing. However, as you would learn if you watch My Name Is Khan, they are in fact NOT following Islam by doing such and instead expressing their hatred/frustration in such horrible manner.

    Again, you might want to do more research if you want to build a credible reputation.

    And by the way, "like India, they are victims of Islamic terrorism"?? Didn't you just bring up the fact that Shoaib Malik was segregating religions? Isn't that what you're doing by implying that India has no Muslims? India is a victim to terrorism, but certainly not Islamic. India is the 3rd most Muslim-populated country in the world.

    Just a side note: Islam is the second largest religion in the world. If it was a hateful religion, I'm sure there would be MUCH more chaos in the world. I'm also sure that a hateful religion wouldn't grow big enough to be classified as the second largest religion in the world.

    I'll leave you with a quote Gandhi Ji himself said about Islam's beloved Prophet Muhammad:

    "I wanted to know the best of the life of one who holds today an undisputed sway over the hearts of millions of mankind... I became more than ever convinced that it was not the sword that won a place for Islam in those days in the scheme of life. It was the rigid simplicity, the utter self-effacement of the Prophet, the scrupulous regard for pledges, his intense devotion to his friends and followers, his intrepidity, his fearlessness, his absolute trust in God and in his own mission. These and not the sword carried everything before them and surmounted every obstacle. When I closed the second volume (of the Prophet's biography), I was sorry there was not more for me to read of that great life."

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  4. Dear Sister,

    I have not read the Islamic scriptures and hence am not competent to comment. If you read the Read This before reading other posts in this blog, you will get a clarity where I am coming from. (http://yatratatrasarvatra.blogspot.com/2009/02/disclaimer-read-this-before-reading.html)

    The opposition in my writing is not to the philosophy of Islam as it exists in the scriptures (since I have not read and hence am unfamiliar), but to the actions on ground where there is no scope for interpretation.

    So, if the terrorists in Mumbai, or in Raghunath temple in Jammu or Akshardham temple in Gujarat, come with the agenda of wanton killing of children and women before getting killed and mutilate the genitals of hostages before murdering them, AND they claim to be Islamic warriors AND funds are raised for them by Islamic groups in Pakistan AND no religious leader opposes their actions in name of Islam, I presume (as most others logically would), THAT they are following Islam.

    The onslaught on Hindu temples is almost as old as entry of Islamic rulers in India. There were exceptions like Raskhan and there were extremists like Aurangzeb. We oppose Aurangzeb's actions and praise Raskhan.

    The same is true in case of Shahrukh Khan.

    What we are opposing is his support for Pakistan and calling Pakistan as a great neighbour.

    Either you believe that Pakistan is a great neighbour (please actions only, no gyaan about shared history) or you believe that Pakistan is a terrorist nation.

    Your belief about Pakistan decides where you stand vis-a-vis SRK.

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  5. And by the way, if you read the blog, you will find that I have been rooting for Dr. APJ Kalam's second term.

    This blog is about who are standing for Indian and who are standing against India.

    You can choose your side.

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  6. dear indians . please accept that we are a bunch of spineless ,completly devoid of any nationalistic feeling jokers .

    we have whole heartedly supported a man who wants pakistanis to come and make money here through cricket - then go back and strengthen their terror network with that money - even if it is indirect.

    so please go ahead and enjoy my name is khan but just in case some of the nice guys have planted a momb for you in the same theater then rest assured that you will die the typical indian "broadminded death" :-)

    i am not a shiv sena supporter - but i feel for once they were right and we have supported a bunch of film making idiots who do not mind compromising national security becuase they might lose global dollar based audience :-)

    well done SRK fans go watch MNIK again :-)and dont worry about bombs :-)

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