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PFI's mega plot to 'establish Islamic rule in India by 2047'; 8-page document accessed

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You think this is the excuse we need in our 1000 year old resistance to islam ?
What resistance?

Muslims snatched away Afghanistan, North Western South Asia, Eastern Bengal, Indonesia from you.

Their population increased from 3.5 cr in 1947 to 35 cr in 2022.

Where is the imaginary resistance of the RSS/BJP?
 

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What resistance?

Muslims snatched away Afghanistan, North Western South Asia, Eastern Bengal, Indonesia from you.

Their population increased from 3.5 cr in 1947 to 35 cr in 2022.

Where is the imaginary resistance of the RSS/BJP?

You seem to suggest BJP/RSS exist to resist islam :lol:

What cool aid have you been drinking all this while ?
 

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Targeting Hindu children needs to be stopped in India

In Jharkhand Hindu students are taught not to pray with their hands folded

In Rajasthan, school is educating children to say Ammi & Abu & use Urdu words

In Karnataka, Hindu students were taken to a Dargah & given a religious discourse

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Seems like fake news :laugh:

More "fake news"

Gujarat: Hindu youth receives death threats from Muslims for uploading a picture of Nupur Sharma on Instagram

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Not surprised to see "moderate islamists " covering up for the terrorists.

4 temples desecrated in Jammu in the past month.

Truly Secular!

If these were Masjids, we would have been living in a fascist regime.
 

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Page 1: India 2047. Towards Rule of Islam in India.

Here is details of internal document (all 7 pages).

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Page 2: Present state of Muslim community.

PFI is talking about 75% Muslim population in 9 districts.
This page is all about radicalization.

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Page 3: Here comes India 2047.

1. Dream of political power to Muslim community & Islamic govt in India in 2047

2. PFI is now expecting atleast 10% of Muslim population to subjugate the coward majority community to their knees.

3. Four stages of progression towards Islamic rule

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Page 4:

Stage 1: Unite Muslims & give training of weapons

2: Utilise National Flag, Constitution & Ambedkar to shield real intention of establishing Islamic rule

3: Alliances with SCs/STs/OBCs to divide Hindus

4: Use SC/ST/OBC for votes & infiltrate in Police, Army, Judiciary


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After completion of all 4 stages, declare a new constitution based on Islamic principles with the help of external forces.

Use Babri Masjid for radicalization. -

Mass mobilisation should be priority.

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Page 6: PFI in every house strategy.

Recruitment of members. - State units should continue organising PE classes at grass-root level on priority basis under the camouflage of Yoga sessions & Healthy People Healthy Nation campaign.

- Acquire plots in Muslim dominated localities.

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Page 7: Collection of Information against Hindu/Sangh Parivar leaders. And, External help.

PFI has developed friendly relationship with Turkey.

Efforts are on to cultivate reliable friendship in some other Islamic countries.

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You think that would stop the Jihad ?

Its been 1400 years and counting.
What is the source of this document ? writer's voice of this sounds like a teenage Brahmin having nightmare or Schizophrenia. Definitely not voice of a Muslim.

Even, if it was found in some raid, I bet this was planted by hacking some computer in some PFI office. Brahmins are capable of every vice under the sun to manipulate.

Evidence found on a second Indian activist’s computer was planted, report says​

By Niha Masih
and
Joanna Slater

July 6, 2021 at 6:30 a.m. EDT

Clashes break out in 2018 between two groups during celebrations in Bhima Koregaon village, India. Authorities later arrested prominent activists, alleging they had incited a riot. (AFP/Getty Images)


NEW DELHI — The two activists were jailed in 2018 and accused of plotting an insurgency against the government. A new forensic report concludes they also shared something else: They were both victims of the same hacker who planted evidence on their computers.

The finding raises fresh doubts about a case that rights groups consider an effort to crack down on critics of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. More than a dozen activists have been imprisoned without trial under a stringent anti-terrorism law that rarely results in convictions.
Arsenal Consulting, a Massachusetts-based digital forensics firm, examined electronic copies of the computers, as well as email accounts belonging to two of the activists, Surendra Gadling and Rona Wilson, at the request of defense lawyers.

An unidentified attacker used malicious software to infiltrate the two computers and deposited dozens of files in hidden folders on the devices, Arsenal said. Investigators later cited the documents as incriminating evidence linking the activists to a banned Maoist militant group that aims to overthrow the government



Tuesday’s report is the third that Arsenal has released in the case. The previous reports concluded that Wilson’s laptop was hacked, and that more than 30 files, including an explosive letter mentioning a plot to assassinate Modi, were deposited on the computer. The Washington Post was the first to report that a hacker had planted evidence in the case.
Experts say the information in the new report points to an extensive and coordinated malware campaign that targeted and probably compromised other computers beyond those belonging to the two activists.

United Nations officials have called for the release of the defendants in what is known as the Bhima Koregaon case, noting their work on behalf of India’s most disadvantaged communities. The activists deny the charges against them.

One of the imprisoned activists was Stan Swamy, an 84-year-old Jesuit priest with Parkinson’s disease. After spending nearly eight months in jail, he was sent to a hospital in poor health in late May. He was placed on a ventilator and died on Monday. At a hearing in May, he begged judges to grant him bail so he could return home for what might be his last days.


Jaya Roy, a spokeswoman for the National Investigation Agency, the anti-terrorism authority overseeing the cases against the activists, declined to respond to questions about the new report. The matter is before the courts, Roy said, and the agency prefers not to comment.

The latest forensic analysis focuses on a computer belonging to Gadling, a human rights lawyer based in western India. The device was infected with NetWire, a commercially available form of malware, for nearly two years before his arrest in 2018, the report says.

Arsenal’s findings go “a long way in exonerating the accused and destroying the prosecution’s case,” said Mihir Desai, a member of the group’s defense team. A motion to quash the charges based on Arsenal’s first report is pending before the courts.

So far, Arsenal has conducted its work on the case on a pro-bono basis, said Mark Spencer, its president. Three experts on malware and digital forensics in North America reviewed the latest report at the request of The Post and said its conclusions were sound.


The report details how the same methodology was used in the attacks on the computers belonging to Gadling and Wilson. In both cases, the attacker deployed an identical piece of malware to communicate with the same server and initially targeted victims via email.

One afternoon in July 2017, Arsenal said, the attacker was active on the two computers within a period of 20 minutes. During that time, the same document — a purported account of the banned Maoist group’s funding — was deposited on both devices.

There is “no question” that the same attacker targeted both computers, said Kevin Ripa, president of the Grayson Group of Companies and an expert in digital forensics who reviewed a copy of the report.

Further evidence in case against Indian activists accused of terrorism was planted, new report says
The analysis strongly suggests that Gadling and Wilson were not the only victims. A malware-laden email sent to Gadling in February 2016 was also addressed to 14 other recipients, including two people who later became co-defendants in the case, one of whom was Swamy, the Jesuit priest who died Monday. Any of the recipients who opened the attachment would have installed malware capable of monitoring and controlling their computers.


“There’s clearly a larger set of activity here,” said Juan Andres Guerrero-Saade, a principal threat researcher at cybersecurity firm SentinelOne. The two computers examined by Arsenal “aren’t the only machines being compromised by this threat actor.”

Gadling, a 53-year-old lawyer and father of two, is a member of the Dalit community, the lowest rung of India’s caste hierarchy. He worked much of his life defending people charged under the same anti-terror law now used in his case. Gadling has spent three years in jail awaiting trial.

Read more:
They were accused of plotting to overthrow the Modi government. The evidence was planted, a new report says.
India’s government is arresting lawyers and activists amid accusations of plotting to overthrow Modi
He is a prominent anti-Modi intellectual. The Indian government wants him behind bars.


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What is the source of this document ? writer's voice of this sounds like a teenage Brahmin having nightmare or Schizophrenia. Definitely not voice of a Muslim.

Even, if it was found in some raid, I bet this was planted by hacking some computer in some PFI office. Brahmins are capable of every vice under the sun to manipulate.

Evidence found on a second Indian activist’s computer was planted, report says​

By Niha Masih
and
Joanna Slater

July 6, 2021 at 6:30 a.m. EDT

Clashes break out in 2018 between two groups during celebrations in Bhima Koregaon village, India. Authorities later arrested prominent activists, alleging they had incited a riot. (AFP/Getty Images)


NEW DELHI — The two activists were jailed in 2018 and accused of plotting an insurgency against the government. A new forensic report concludes they also shared something else: They were both victims of the same hacker who planted evidence on their computers.

The finding raises fresh doubts about a case that rights groups consider an effort to crack down on critics of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. More than a dozen activists have been imprisoned without trial under a stringent anti-terrorism law that rarely results in convictions.
Arsenal Consulting, a Massachusetts-based digital forensics firm, examined electronic copies of the computers, as well as email accounts belonging to two of the activists, Surendra Gadling and Rona Wilson, at the request of defense lawyers.

An unidentified attacker used malicious software to infiltrate the two computers and deposited dozens of files in hidden folders on the devices, Arsenal said. Investigators later cited the documents as incriminating evidence linking the activists to a banned Maoist militant group that aims to overthrow the government



Tuesday’s report is the third that Arsenal has released in the case. The previous reports concluded that Wilson’s laptop was hacked, and that more than 30 files, including an explosive letter mentioning a plot to assassinate Modi, were deposited on the computer. The Washington Post was the first to report that a hacker had planted evidence in the case.
Experts say the information in the new report points to an extensive and coordinated malware campaign that targeted and probably compromised other computers beyond those belonging to the two activists.

United Nations officials have called for the release of the defendants in what is known as the Bhima Koregaon case, noting their work on behalf of India’s most disadvantaged communities. The activists deny the charges against them.

One of the imprisoned activists was Stan Swamy, an 84-year-old Jesuit priest with Parkinson’s disease. After spending nearly eight months in jail, he was sent to a hospital in poor health in late May. He was placed on a ventilator and died on Monday. At a hearing in May, he begged judges to grant him bail so he could return home for what might be his last days.


Jaya Roy, a spokeswoman for the National Investigation Agency, the anti-terrorism authority overseeing the cases against the activists, declined to respond to questions about the new report. The matter is before the courts, Roy said, and the agency prefers not to comment.

The latest forensic analysis focuses on a computer belonging to Gadling, a human rights lawyer based in western India. The device was infected with NetWire, a commercially available form of malware, for nearly two years before his arrest in 2018, the report says.

Arsenal’s findings go “a long way in exonerating the accused and destroying the prosecution’s case,” said Mihir Desai, a member of the group’s defense team. A motion to quash the charges based on Arsenal’s first report is pending before the courts.

So far, Arsenal has conducted its work on the case on a pro-bono basis, said Mark Spencer, its president. Three experts on malware and digital forensics in North America reviewed the latest report at the request of The Post and said its conclusions were sound.


The report details how the same methodology was used in the attacks on the computers belonging to Gadling and Wilson. In both cases, the attacker deployed an identical piece of malware to communicate with the same server and initially targeted victims via email.

One afternoon in July 2017, Arsenal said, the attacker was active on the two computers within a period of 20 minutes. During that time, the same document — a purported account of the banned Maoist group’s funding — was deposited on both devices.

There is “no question” that the same attacker targeted both computers, said Kevin Ripa, president of the Grayson Group of Companies and an expert in digital forensics who reviewed a copy of the report.

Further evidence in case against Indian activists accused of terrorism was planted, new report says
The analysis strongly suggests that Gadling and Wilson were not the only victims. A malware-laden email sent to Gadling in February 2016 was also addressed to 14 other recipients, including two people who later became co-defendants in the case, one of whom was Swamy, the Jesuit priest who died Monday. Any of the recipients who opened the attachment would have installed malware capable of monitoring and controlling their computers.


“There’s clearly a larger set of activity here,” said Juan Andres Guerrero-Saade, a principal threat researcher at cybersecurity firm SentinelOne. The two computers examined by Arsenal “aren’t the only machines being compromised by this threat actor.”

Gadling, a 53-year-old lawyer and father of two, is a member of the Dalit community, the lowest rung of India’s caste hierarchy. He worked much of his life defending people charged under the same anti-terror law now used in his case. Gadling has spent three years in jail awaiting trial.

Read more:
They were accused of plotting to overthrow the Modi government. The evidence was planted, a new report says.
India’s government is arresting lawyers and activists amid accusations of plotting to overthrow Modi
He is a prominent anti-Modi intellectual. The Indian government wants him behind bars.


washingtonpost.com © 1996-2022 The Washington Post

Here comes the stone pelters who provide cover for the Terrorists.

How predictable. I was expecting more of you.
 

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Here comes the stone pelters who provide cover for the Terrorists.

How predictable. I was expecting more of you.
Whats predictable is you have no source, as expected.
And who are the terrorists here ? I only see you getting self-terrorized by your schizophrenia.

Article 25 of Constitution says "all persons are equally entitled to freedom of conscience and the right to freely profess, practice, and propagate religion subject to public order, morality and health."[18]

Article 19(1)(c) of the Indian Constitution guarantees the right to form associations and unions to all or any of its citizens.

Constitution permits one to freely profess, practice, and propagate religion, also to help with propagation guarantees the right to form associations and unions to all or any of its citizens.
Who doesn't want ones religion and culture to spread ? Many Sc St OBC also want to dislodge your BJP and Congress from center, also to convert fellows out of Hinduism which subjugated their ancestors under caste system.
 

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