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    ... From: Islahonline To: hidayahnet Subject: Hindu fundamentalist - INDIA FINALLY ADMITS GUJARAT TRAIN FIRE WAS NOT CAUSED BY MUSLIMS About 2,000 people,
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      Subject: Hindu fundamentalist - INDIA FINALLY ADMITS GUJARAT TRAIN FIRE WAS NOT CAUSED BY MUSLIMS

       
      About 2,000 people, mostly Muslims, died in rioting and bloody
      reprisals after the train fire on February 27, 2002.
       
      And yet, the train fire was an accident and not caused by a Muslim mob as originally alleged, an Indian government, investigation concluded.
      So, who responsible for the death of those innocent muslims? Hindu fundamentalist? Hindu Terrorists?
       
      The media are quick to forget any atrocities happen to Muslim. But if the atrocities was carried out by alleged muslim, the whole media will cover again and again....weeks till years
       
       
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      From: assalamu_aleikum_1425
      Subject: INDIA FINALLY ADMITS GUJARAT TRAIN FIRE WAS NOT CAUSED BY MUSLIMS



      Deadly train fire which sparked Gujarat riots accidental: government
      AFP
      Monday January 17, 2005
      http://sg.news.yahoo.com/050117/1/3pwov.html


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      Deadly train fire which sparked Gujarat riots accidental: government
      http://sg.news.yahoo.com/050117/1/3pwovi.html
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      A train fire that killed 59 Hindu pilgrims, setting off deadly
      sectarian riots in Gujarat state in 2002, was an accident and not
      caused by a Muslim mob as originally alleged, an Indian government
      investigation concluded.

      The four-member committee appointed to investigate the fire said it
      probably started inside the coach "without any external input".

      "There has been a preponderance of evidence that the fire in coach
      number S6 originated in the coach itself without any external
      input," said retired Supreme Court judge U.C. Bannerjee, who headed
      the committee.

      "Moreover the possibility of an inflammable liquid having been used
      is completely ruled out as there was first a smell of burning,
      followed by then smoke and flames thereafter," he added.

      "On the basis of the available evidence, the committee has found it
      unbelievable that Kar Sevaks (Hindu pilgrims) armed with Trishuls
      (tridents) would allow to get themselves burned without a murmur."

      About 2,000 people, mostly Muslims, died in rioting and bloody
      reprisals after the train fire on February 27, 2002.


      Railways Minister Laloo Prasad Yadav, who came to office in May as
      part of a coalition government led by the Congress Party -- which
      won support from Muslim voters -- set up the committee in July.

      It made at least two trips to the Gujarat town of Godhra, where the
      compartment caught fire. A Muslim mob had previously been alleged to
      have started the fire.

      Gujarat's Hindu nationalist administration has been accused by
      several domestic and foreign human rights groups of turning a blind
      eye to the riots and in some cases helping the trouble-makers.

      The previous Hindu nationalist Bhartiya Janata Party-led federal
      government was also seen as a passive bystander to the riots.

      http://sg.news.yahoo.com/050117/1/3pwov.html



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