Sure and pathetic too. Years back a Jihadist in Afghanistan quoted: "Americans love pepsi cola but we love death".
'The Americans love Pepsi Cola, but we love death'
Another Jihadist in New York said, "We love death more than you love life."
Is this because Koran says:
YUSUF ALI (9.111): Allah hath purchased of the believers their persons and their goods; for theirs (in return) is the garden (of Paradise): they fight in His cause, and slay and are slain.....
YUSUF ALI (62.6): Say: "O ye that stand on Judaism! If ye think that ye are friends to Allah, to the exclusion of (other) men, then express your desire for Death, if ye are truthful!"
It has become habitual for Islamists in India to get their way by intimidation and promises of bloodshed. And politicians pandering to these good for nothing thugs for votes or out of fear only further emboldens Islamists and their demands become more and more aggressive.
The way the Muslim crowds and Muslim leadership threatened violence and bloodshed in regard to Jaipur Literary festival must be an eye opener to all Non-Muslims in India regarding how monstrous, intolerant and cruel Islamic dogma is.
Celebrated author Salman Rushdie's live video conference at Jaipur Literature Festival has been cancelled following protests by Jaipur-based Milli Council. Several activists of the Milli Council arrived at the venue of the Festival at Diggi Palace on Tuesday afternoon, demanding that the proposed video address by Rushdie be called off, claiming that it was an insult to the Muslims...
The owner of the Diggy Palace Ram Pratap Singh said that he decided to not allow the video link fearing violence. Singh said that several people had entered the venue and threatened to take the law in their own hands if the video link was allowed......(IBN)Rushdie address called off as Muslims threaten trouble
The video address by "The Satanic Verses" author Salman Rushdie at the DSC Jaipur Literary Festival was called off Tuesday as some of the dozens of Muslims gathered outside the venue threatened trouble and even bloodshed if the address by a "criminal writer" went ahead. "In view of the resentment simmering in the city against Rushdie's (proposed) address, we have told the organisers that they cannot allow the writer to speak via video," Jaipur's Superintendent of Police Vijendra Jhala told media persons here.
Minutes before Rushdie was to speak, dozens of Muslims started praying in the courtyard of the Diggi Palace. Some of them warned of consequences if the Rushdie address took place.
"Every mazhab (religion) teaches us to respect god within us, but those who insult god and religion have no business to be here," said a Muslim who did not wish to be named.
"He is a criminal writer as far as Muslims are concerned. He has insulted Prophet Mohammed and there is no way we will let him speak even if he is doing so from abroad. There will be trouble if the speech by Rushdie goes ahead. Muslims are never afraid of dying," he added.}}}