Several leaders of democracies are stooping to include terrorists and violent extremist groups in their administrations: this ain’t good.
On May 23, 2000 Hizbul Mujahideen took responsibility for a bomb that went off on a golf course where India’s Chief Minister for Kashmir had been playing.
On May 2, 2018 suspected operatives of the People’s Liberation Guerilla Army, beheaded an Indian pastor they thought was acting as an informant
On March 21, 1997 gunmen suspected of being Islamist terrorists burst into homes of Hindu villagers in northern India, took away seven men and killed them.
On March 13, 2003 at least ten commuters, including four women, were killed and 70 injured in an explosion on a local train in Mumbai.
On February 13, 2010 a bomb blast ripped through the popular German Bakery in the Indian city of Pune, killing 16 people and wounding 60.
On December 28, 2005 terrorists from Pakistan’s LeT attacked the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore and opened fire, killing one and injuring four.
Hindu extremism and violence are on the ascendant in India: why is nothing being done about it?
On December 13, 2001 Pakistani terrorists attacked the Indian Parliament in Delhi, killing nine people.
On December 2, 2008 the KLNLF bombed an Indian passenger train in India’s Assam State, killing five persons including a child and injured 34 others.