As gut-wrenching and heart-rending images of innocent Afghans hurling and attaching themselves to the American aircraft started pouring in on the social media platforms this morning, the world got an idea of what the Taliban rule had in store for the future of the country. However, a few hundred miles away in India, some Muslims were rejoicing the breach of Kabul.
A clubhouse conversation between a group of Muslims has leaked, where one of the speakers is telling the listeners, to take lessons from the Taliban and replicate the same in India for ‘attaining azaadi’.
Shadab Chauhan, Chief Spokesperson of Peace Party and its IT Cell took to Twitter to regurgitate his love for the Taliban. He tweeted, “On the auspicious occasion our #Independence Day we got information that #Talibans entered in #Kabul Peacefully. We congratulate them and hope they will run govt as per Ahkam e ilahinizam e Mustafa where any discrimination didn’t have any place. We believe in peace &justice”
For the left-liberal cabal of India and its champion activists like propaganda writer ArfaKhanumSherwani, the villains were once again the Sanghis, despite her Muslim counterparts in Afghanistan wreaking havoc. It is imperative to note that she still didn’t blame the Taliban for the condition of ordinary Afghans.
Aakar Patel, the former Amnesty head who was shown the doors by the Indian government conveniently indulged in casteist slurs to deflect attention from the monstrosity of Taliban.
There was no dearth of support from Indian Muslims who termed Taliban as the legitimate stakeholder and ruler of the land.
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The support for the Taliban and its activities from the radical Muslim community of India can be traced back to the founding philosophy of the terrorist outfit. Taliban is said to have been inspired by the Deobandi Islamist movement that originated from a town named Deoband in Uttar Pradesh. Many of its followers moved to Pakistan and Afghanistan before the Partition, and the movement became popular.
Taliban’s terror teachings have inspired several terror outfits across the globe including Taliban. It is interesting to note that Tablighi Jamaat, who was in the news last year for the spread of the coronavirus is also linked to the same school of thought.
Pakistan and Indian Islamists have joined forces in celebrating the re-emergence of Taliban in Afghanistan with some of them harbouring dreams of a similar regime here in the country. By not acknowledging Taliban’s barbarity, one can readily understand where their allegiances lie.