February 5 marks the day that Pakistan celebrates "Kashmir Day," which we're told is a day in which everyone marches in the streets in "solidarity" with the "freedom fighters" in Kashmir and their quest for "independence."
Of course, by "freedom fighters," we mean "terrorists."
Oh, and by "independence," we mean "annexation by Pakistan of a non-Muslim-majority territory." In fact, from what I understand from an Indian friend who grew up in Kashmir, it is some of the most fertile land in all
of India—Which, of course, explains why the Islamic supremacist rabble in Pakistan feel so compelled to annex it.
With all of that in mind, let the day's festivities (and RAGE!) begin!Aww shucks
, linkage from The Anchoress
? Always a pleasure, ma'am!
Regardless of the fact that Kashmir is, in fact, a majority Indian/Hindu population, it must
be freed from "oppression."
It seems that all Muslim protesters hate "oppression"—which they define as being ruled by lawful non-Islamic governments. Muslim dictatorships are still
no problem at all. Either way, it is important to note that Jamat-e-Islaami
is an Islamic-supremacist
party that seeks nothing less than the creation of a world-wide Islamic caliphate
I'll continue to update as our little day of rage progresses!
Compare and Contrast
"One of these... is not like the other."
Here is how Republic Day—which is essentially "India Day"—is celebrated. See if you
can tell the difference between the two events.
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