- Dec 4, 2017
When you have an enemy who disguises himself as a civilian that happens. US wasn't at war with Afghanistan 1991-2001 either, but that didn't prevent 5 terror attacks on US soil, embassies and vessels. As for a marriage party, they blew up two skyscrapers and two embassies. Oh and there was that schoolgirl they shot in the face for trying to learn, so don't play morality games for Afghanistan. Is a marriage party a military target, depends who was getting married really doesn't it? Afghanistan tried very hard to start that war.LOL!
Denial is the most predictable of human response.
So, Dr. Ayman al-Zawahiri's house was a military target?
All those drone bombings in Pakistan which killed among other people, a marriage party, a military target?
Remember, US was not at war with Pakistan at that time or ever, nor with Afghanistan in 2022.
President Biden last year committed to the American people that, following the withdrawal of U.S. forces, the United States would continue to protect our country and act against terrorist threats emanating from Afghanistan. The President made clear that we would not hesitate to protect the...
If US can randomly kill people, so can India. Get used to it.
Get your facts right FFS. Rishi Sunak's grandfather was from what now is called Pakistan. He is a Hindu alright but he is not really a "British-Indian".
Sunak was born on 12 May 1980 in Southampton General Hospital in Southampton, Hampshire, to East African-born Hindu parents of Indian Punjabi descent, Yashvir and Usha Sunak.
Funny how he was an 'Indian viceroy' until he completely disagreed with India's position on the Ukraine War, then suddenly he's a Pakistani Hindu. Yeah, see how this thread started and ended.
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Not much prejudice there LOL.
Wasn't a sectarian riot, and hardly comparres to Gudjarat.Oh, btw, we in India also have had Sikhs in the highest political office and all the way in every single position of power. Not to mention a Muslim president too. So your entire idea that Modi will not be properly tried is bogus.
Is 5 days long enough? And stop moving the goal post!
It anyways proves my point that there is systemic racial and colonial bias in UK and if that does not prevent a British court from trying a Hindu or a Black then there is nothing wrong about Indian courts trying Modi. Get off your stupid dead horse.