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Islam needs reforms urgently: Why are governments ignoring it?

Their holy book says kill people to attain heaven? What kind of cult is that? Do they really believe they'll reach heaven by killing innocent who do believe in God but with a different name?

My question is, why are world leaders turning blind over Islamic terrorism? What kind of cult propagates killing people? Is that really a religion? Why not ban Islam until it is reformed? No. Islam has no scope for reforms. It can only get worse. There was Islam as a nice religion in beginning but it's "caretakers" have now brainwashed the followers.

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Barcelona terror attack van (Courtesy: Twitter)

I get to meet some real Islamists who tell me about the finer aspects of Koran. It makes sense. Then I wonder about the verses that call for eliminating the Infidels. Who is infidel? Almost everyone has faith in God. They just address Him with a different name. How's that infidelity? Islam has to reform. But I don't think the power holders will allow it as they will lose power over masses.

I've never visited the old city in Hyderabad. Heard they've got bells banned in Bhagyalaxmi temple because it hurts their faith? What faith is it if shaken just by bell sounds?

Why did they not leave India during partition? Did Gandhi really say let them rape & kill Hindus? Why didn't Nehru secure boundaries? Why could Indira Gandhi not get back Pakistan Occupied Kashmir when she had the advantage in 1971?

What makes the Indian government settle illegal immigrants in Jammu & Hyderabad? Don't they know this cult is dangerous? What will government do if tomorrow, Hyderabad and West Bengal break away from India? Already, this government cannot act against political killings in Kerala! What on earth are the politicians aiming?

I guarantee Sheikh Hasina will not see another term in Bangladesh because for extreme Islamists, women are not meant to rule. If things continue same way, Mamata Banerjee will also lose Bengal to Muslim powers in a year or two. Why isn't the government acting? Just for few votes?

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