The dangers of a little knowledge
Ms. Nina Miller in her two letters published on April 28 and May 12 showed that “a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing.” Apparently she and Dr. Feinsod could not know the truth about Islam and about the millions of the non-Muslims killed by the “peaceful” Muslims in the name of Allah to turn the world into Allah’s kingdom.
Yes, telling the truth about Islamic barbarity is a brave act and Dr. Abhyankar told the truth and expressed no hate against Islam. Ms. Miller expressed her hate for the Hindus but the Indian Hindus brought to the USA Nobel Laureates, doctors, intellectuals and honest people who have been serving their adopted motherland with utmost devotion and did not harm anybody.
But the Marine sergeant Akbar, an African American Muslim, killed his sleeping Christian colleagues, while on duty in Kuwait during the Gulf War and shouted, “You come to my country to destroy my religion.” An African American doctor of the Army killed 13 American soldiers and now comes the Boston Bombing by the Muslim immigrants from Dagestan. Can any of the “blind Supporters” of Islam show us that the Muslims did not kill the non-Muslims and raped their women after any victory in war?
I was ridiculed for my devotion to Lord Jesus, the embodiment of humanity, love and kindness. He is like sunshine and belongs to everyone. He was not like prophet Mohammed, who married a dozen women after his wife, Khadija, 15 years older than him died. He married the wife of his adopted son Zaid and a 9-year-old Ayesha and had a harem of slave girls.
The Muslims conquered India and killed the Hindus in the millions, raped their women and destroyed their temples. Babur destroyed a Hindu temple built in a place where Lord Rama was born and built a mosque there but nobody used it for prayer since 1932.
The Hindus destroyed that abandoned mosque but the whole of the Muslim world roared in anger and 3,000 Hindus of Mumbai were killed by the Muslims. Some of the Hindus from Gujarat went on a pilgrimage to Lord Rama’s place of birth and on their way back, the Muslims of Gujarat closed the doors of the railway wagon they were in, and burned 58 of the Hindu men, women and children.
So riots were started in anger and about a thousand Muslims and some Hindus were killed, but Ms. Miller was appalled by the writing of Ms. Sephali Purohit for not criticizing Dr. Abhyankar or writing about the “Pogrom” of the Muslims of India.
To the people with little knowledge, Hindu life has no value at all but they shed tears for the murdering Muslims.
Dr. Feinsod wrote about the killings of the Muslims of Bosnia but did not know anything about the Ottomans or of the Christian boys taken away by the Sultan, converted to Islam to form the Janissary soldiers. Yes, a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. You do not have to accept my writings, please read the Holy Koran to know how Allah instructed the Muslims to go on a Jihad to kill the non-Muslim Kafirs to turn the world into Allah’s kingdom and how the Merciful Allah condemned the Kafirs into hell.
How many more 9/11s and Boston bombings will we need to let the people like Ms. Miller and Dr. Feinsod know the truth about the Muslims?
— Anil K. Sarkar, M.D.
Students enjoyed Rose study trip
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Rose-Hulman and Union Hospital for inviting our students to two plays on the Rose-Hulman campus this year.
A study trip is always fun for the children. They do get costly, so we appreciated the opportunity to be invited with no expense to our children.
Both plays were great.
Seeing a live play is always exciting, but to be able to see two totally different types of plays was quite an experience for our children.
The theater at Rose-Hulman is beautiful. We enjoyed seeing the nice campus, too.
As a teacher, it was exciting to see the smiles on the faces of the children as they watched the plays.
— Betsi Case,
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