Consider her tweet that highlights how the abnormal thirst for blood is normal for the Islamic radicals, which Nasreen posted after expressing her shock at the Pulwama horror
New Delhi: Bangladeshi writer and feminist in exile Taslima Nasreen is outraged by the terrorist attack on CRPF jawans in Pulwama of Jammu and Kashmir. In a series of tweets since the news of a suicide bomber ramming a bus carrying the security personnel and accomplices of the terrorist firing at the convoy, killing at least 40 CRPF jawans, broke out.
So scary! The suicide bomber Adil Ahmad Dar speaking before killing more than 40 innocent people. Islam teaches these stupid jihadists how to hate and how to kill. https://t.co/6QAkeEmkkR— taslima nasreen (@taslimanasreen) February 14, 2019
Young Muslims get radicalized&desperate to go to heaven by killing kaffirs. Islamic states&societies need2be secularized.A strong progressive movement is necessary2 inspire ppl2 hv rational logical mind instead of irrational blind faith,to believe in humanism,but not in barbarism— taslima nasreen (@taslimanasreen) February 15, 2019
Don't say terrorism has nothing to do with religion. The truth is, terrorism has lots of things to do with religion.— taslima nasreen (@taslimanasreen) February 15, 2019
Nasreen has been a known, vocal opponent of Islamism and all kinds of religious extremism. The Bengali novelist and activist lives in an undisclosed location in India, with her visa period extended by the Union home ministry as and when it expires. Consider her tweet that highlights how the abnormal thirst for blood is normal for the Islamic radicals, which Nasreen posted after expressing her shock at the Pulwama horror.
London teenager Shamima Begum, who fled to Syria in 2015 to join ISIS, now wants to return home. She doesn't regret her decision to go to Syria & she claims life with ISIS in Syria was normal & even beheading people was normal. In UK, I'm afraid she may become a suicide bomber.— taslima nasreen (@taslimanasreen) February 15, 2019
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Last Updated Feb 16, 2019, 2:43 PM IST