The Ghost of Snapped Shot

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Do You Know How We Feel Now? [Update 6]

[Update below the fold]

With the murderous rampage going on through India by Muslim terrorists, one must ask...

Do you think this will start to open up people's eyes to the complete futility of muslim fundamentalists living peacefully with non-muslims? And some people's attempts to placate them?

Do you think it will make a difference to those who voted for Obama in this country?
[Update 6:] Seems there are probably 5 other muslim terrorists hiding from authorities in Mumbai, India. And yes, why India has consistently experienced attacks by muslims and from Pakistan, this was the first attack that occurred in previously "safe" territory. Just like we felt prior to 9/11.

[Update 5:] From India:

MUMBAI, India – The only gunman captured by police after a string of attacks on Mumbai told authorities he belonged to a Pakistani militant group with links to the disputed region of Kashmir, a senior police officer said Sunday.
Joint Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria said the assailant now in custody — the only one of 10 to survive — told police the group had intended to hit even more targets.

"Lashkar-e-Taiba is behind the terrorist acts in the city," Maria told reporters.
A previously unknown group called Deccan Mujahideen — a name suggesting origins inside India — has claimed responsibility for the attacks. But suspicion in Indian media quickly settled on Lashkar-e-Taiba, long seen as a creation of the Pakistani intelligence service to help wage its clandestine war against India in disputed Kashmir.

Yep, we all know how well the media is as an intelligence gathering service for the betterment of its country. They are so much more knowledgeable and sourceful than secret intelligent services. (cough)

So, if this L.E.T. group was responsible and is also the founders of Pakistan's Intelligence Service, then, would that not mean, that Pakistan was behind this? I'm just askin'.

At least we're on top of things here it seems. More "fundie" action:

Earlier, a United States counterterrorism official had said some "signatures of the attack" were consistent with Lashkar and Jaish-e-Mohammed, another group that has operated in Kashmir. Both are reported to be linked to al-Qaida.

Lashkar was banned in Pakistan in 2002 under pressure from the U.S., a year after Washington and Britain listed it a terrorist group. It is since believed to have emerged under another name, Jamaat-ud-Dawa.

In April 2006, the U.S. Department of State listed Jamaat-ud-Dawa as terrorist organizations for being an "alias" of Lashkar-e-Taiba.
The death toll was revised down Sunday from 195 after authorities said some bodies were counted twice, but they said it could rise again as areas of the Taj Mahal were still being searched. Among the dead were 18 foreigners, including six Americans. The dead also included Germans, Canadians, Israelis and nationals from Britain, Italy, Japan, China, Thailand, Australia and Singapore.

[Update 4:] From Belfast Telegraph comes a true hero, Sebastian D'Souza.

Image of a Beast.

But what angered Mr D'Souza almost as much were the masses of armed police hiding in the area who simply refused to shoot back. "There were armed policemen hiding all around the station but none of them did anything," he said. "At one point, I ran up to them and told them to use their weapons. I said, 'Shoot them, they're sitting ducks!' but they just didn't shoot back."

As the gunmen fired at policemen taking cover across the street, Mr D'Souza realised a train was pulling into the station unaware of the horror within. "I couldn't believe it. We rushed to the platform and told everyone to head towards the back of the station. Those who were older and couldn't run, we told them to stay put."

The militants returned inside the station and headed towards a rear exit towards Chowpatty Beach. Mr D'Souza added: "I told some policemen the gunmen had moved towards the rear of the station but they refused to follow them. What is the point if having policemen with guns if they refuse to use them? I only wish I had a gun rather than a camera."

While Brian here at SnappedShot makes fun of the most inept and biased media and photogs, there are still some out there that define what it means to be journalist.

[Update 3:] UltraBrown has pictures of some of the muslim terrorists and updates of the attack. Fox News is still reporting bomb blasts and sporadic shooting as of Friday, Nov 28. Gateway Pundit cites sources that think some of the attackers were Pakistanis born in Britain. GWP also found that some are blaming our war in Iraq for this massacre.

100's of hostages? And, it seems the attackers were friendly to Russians. Go Figure.

[Update 2:] Rusty over at The Jawa Report has found some interesting comments on some muslim blogs. It seems that some muslims around the world are either justifying the attacks or are praising allah (surprise).

"All in all, it could just be that the Indian Muslims need that massive international media recognition so that their demands are met and at the same time, make the Indian population realize that the Hindu Massacres upon the Muslims is an ongoing threat and it needs to be solved now. Sure, the situation may appear extreme in isolation, but when put in context, one can acknowledge the history of this conflict and how the Muslims of India have always been the “underdogs.” "

"Allahu akbar...May Allah aid and guide the mujahideen and help every other muslim male support the ummah of Muhammad(saws)"

[Update 1:] It seems now that 2 Americans are among those who were targeted by the rampaging murderous muslim thug terrorists. An American father and his daughter from Virginia.



#1 Xofis 28-Nov-2008
India suffers the most terrorist attacks in the world.

NYC took the brunt of 9/11.

Both overwhelmingly favor Obama. Perhaps they believe in someone who'll actually go after fundies instead of coddling them in Pakistan, like Dubya?
#2 captainfish 28-Nov-2008

what the heck is that?
Are you saying that Bush's Administration is not going after terrorists in Pakistan because the Pakistani gov't provided financial aid to.... him? his re-election? his presidential library? WHAT?

You obviously are choosing to ignore the fact that we have, time and time again, conducted targeted attacks on terrorists inside of Pakistan. Did you know that Pres Bush told the then Pakistani government that if they did not help us, even if secretly, that they would be a target of our direct attacks?

If anything, Obama will be even weaker than Pres Bush as he and his ilk hate the military. He has already promised to gut the military and its spending.
#3 Clet 29-Nov-2008
HA! Muslims are the underdogs in India? It is Hindus who are the bad ones?

It's the same story as always. Blame, finger pointing, projection.

The only Hindu massacres I'm aware of were angry responses to Muslim violence (like the 2002 Gujarat riots, which were revenge for the Godhra train burning). While Hindus should refrain from retaliating by massacring random people, it is understandable why they do.

Everywhere Muslims commit acts of violence, whether it is India, Philippines, Thailand, Israel, or WHEREVER, they always lie and blame the other side of starting it. Typical Musselman tactic that they have been using since the beginning of their faith.
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