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Kabul attack, auto driver's killing expose ugly face of terror yet again
Terrorists have no religion
3/28/2020 11:26:10 PM
Early Times Report
jammu, Mar 28: Terror and terrorists have no religion. This has been proven once again. The trigger happy terrorists on Friday evening shot dead a 25-year old auto driver in south Kashmir's Redwani area in Kulgam district.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "The 25-year old youth was killed at a time when entire world, including Kashmir, is grappling with the outbreak of COVID-19. These hate mongers have no realization about the fact that the angel of death is knocking at our doors and no one knows how many people will die in coming days."
Referring to a terror attack at Gurudwara in Kabul earlier this week in which many devotees were killed, the analyst said, "Terrorists are spilling innocent blood when the entire human race is facing a catastrophe and people from all religions are seeking mercy from the God. But these terror merchants don't even fear God as their only aim seems to quench their thirst for the blood."
An observer said, "The so-called champions of human rights in Kashmir have just closed their eyes towards the atrocities being committed by these gun wielding terrorists. Both Hurriyat hawk, Geelani and Hurriyat dove, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, have maintained silence over the terror attack in Kabul and the killing of an auto driver in south Kashmir."
He said, "The breaking out of the COVID-19 pandemic has brought world closer and every country is trying to help each other. But terrorists and their supporters seem hell bent upon killing more and more people to make their presence felt."
The observer said, "The recent attacks which were carried out by the terrorists should serve as an eye opener for such people, who are under the impression that these trigger happy idiots are fighting a holy war. They should realize that terrorists are the biggest enemies of the humanity and they can never become friends of anyone."
Another analyst said, "The outbreak of COVID-19 has provided an opportunity to the world to come together and take collective decision. After the fight against this deadly pandemic ends, the world powers should take a collective decision to launch a decisive war against terrorism. This menace has to end to make world a happy place to live in. These terrorists are more dangerous than Coronavirus. They have to be taken care of to keep the peace loving people safe."
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