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    Christian Terrorists Kill Commies For Christ

    Who is worse? Commies or Christian Terrorists?

    Christian Terrorists Kill Commies For Christ

    CHRISTIAN TERRORISTS KILL COMMIES FOR CHRIST

    The Christian terrorist National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) has struck again with the murder of five supporters of the Communist Party of India - Marxist (CPI-M). Three members of one family were killed in a botched kidnapping attempt and two others individuals were killed in separate incidents. NLFT terrorists also kidnapped four activists of CPI-M from Champlai village of west Tripura district. The CPI-M was organized in 1964 by desertion from the Communist Party of India (CPI) of "leftists" favoring a more radical line. The CPI(M) is "the leading Left party committed to build a Left and democratic front which can present a real alternative to the existing bourgeois-landlord policies." The emergence of the CPI(M) as a major political force in the State since the early 1990s weakened the terrorists. As such raised the ire of the NLFT. Of late, members and supporters of the CPI-M, the ruling party in the state, have become particular targets of the NLFT. The CPI-M says, "The NLFT has established a bloody record of mass killings, extortion and assassinations of political leaders."

    Tripura has been the scene of thousands of abductions and hundreds of killings over the past several years. Much of this violence has been carried out by the NLFT. The NLFT says it is fighting not only for the removal of Bengali immigrants from the tribal areas, but also for the tribal areas of the state to become overtly Christian. The NLFT does everything in its power to rid the state of non-Christians. The NLFT has been consistently attacking and killing Hindu tribals and forcing them to convert to Christianity at gunpoint as well as banning non-Christian rites. In addition, many Hindu ashrams and religious centers run by the tribals have been destroyed by the NLFT. The NLFT, fighting for an independent tribal homeland since 1989, has issued diktats warning Hindu villagers against celebrating religious festivals.

    Tripura is one of India's seven north-eastern states, sometimes known as the seven sisters. It has a population of around three million - three-quarters of whom are Bengali-speaking settlers. Tripura is a small area that was dominated by nineteen tribes with the characteristics of Southeast Asians. Insurgency in Tripura can be traced to the massive influx of Bengali-speaking refugees from east Pakistan following the Partition in 1947. Tribals now constitute only about 30 per cent of Tripura's population of 3.19 million. Christians form a meager 10 per cent of the total, while the majority are Hindus.

    Since Independence, the area has become the hunting ground for different denominations of the Christian churches for their religious head count through organized and un-resisted conversions. The Tripura government has stated that it has irrefutable evidence about the complicity of the Baptist Church's involvement in backing of separatist terrorist groups including the NLFT whose manifesto clearly spells out that their objective is to " expand the kingdom of God and Christ in Tripura." Testimony from Nagmanlal Halam, the secretary of the Noapara Baptist Church in Tripura who was arrested for possession of a large quantity of explosives to the tune of 60 gelatin sticks, 5kg of potassium, 2kg of sulfur and other ingredients for making powerful bombs has supported these allegations. Halam confessed to buying and supplying explosives to the NLFT over the past two years. It was two junior members of the same church, that had been arrested earlier who tipped the police off about the explosives which were meant for terrorist organizations like the National Liberation Front of Tripura. Another church official, Jatna Koloi, who was also arrested has admitted that he received training in guerrilla warfare at an NLFT base last year. In addition, the pattern of forced conversions at gunpoint carried out by the likes of NLFT are irrefutably linked to the Baptist Church in Tripura. K.N. Govindachaya of the Bharatiya Janata Party has accused the Baptist Church of Tripura of supporting ethnic cleansing and of trying to expel the Bengali-speaking population of the state. He said that schools, hospitals and voluntary organizations were being forced to close down in disturbed areas of Tripura. But he said institutions associated with the Baptist and Presbyterian churches seemed to be spared.

    Tribal Hindus in Tripura have formed vigilante groups to thwart attempts by separatist militants to convert people to Christianity at gunpoint. "It is a very serious threat to Hinduism with armed militants of the outlawed National Liberation Front of Tripura forcibly converting tribal villagers to Christianity," said Rampada Jamatia, a leader of the Jamatia tribe.

    Sources: Press Trust of India, BBC, FAST, BeliefNet, Muslimmedia, Hindunet, Sword of Truth, Indo-Asian News Service, AFP, CPI-M, Frontline (India)

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    Tribal Hindus in Tripura have formed vigilante groups to thwart attempts by separatist militants to convert people to Christianity at gunpoint. "It is a very serious threat to Hinduism with armed militants of the outlawed National Liberation Front of Tripura forcibly converting tribal villagers to Christianity," said Rampada Jamatia, a leader of the Jamatia tribe.

    Interesting. Well the menace of Christian fundementalism has been a menace for many years, and the resulting terrorism is genocidal in scale - just look at the part Christian priests and nuns in the Rwanda genocide. There are countless other examples like Northern Ireland, Lebanon, Uganda, Kosovo and Bosnia etc where ostensibly Christian groups have killed in the name of religion.

    I am surprised that the Christian groups are seen as a great menace across India as well?

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      #3
      Originally posted by Malik73:
      Tribal Hindus in Tripura have formed vigilante groups to thwart attempts by separatist militants to convert people to Christianity at gunpoint. "It is a very serious threat to Hinduism with armed militants of the outlawed National Liberation Front of Tripura forcibly converting tribal villagers to Christianity," said Rampada Jamatia, a leader of the Jamatia tribe.

      Interesting. Well the menace of Christian fundementalism has been a menace for many years, and the resulting terrorism is genocidal in scale - just look at the part Christian priests and nuns in the Rwanda genocide. There are countless other examples like Northern Ireland, Lebanon, Uganda, Kosovo and Bosnia etc where ostensibly Christian groups have killed in the name of religion.

      I am surprised that the Christian groups are seen as a great menace across India as well?
      AH yes don't forget the christian germany or should I say christian europe of WWII...

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        #4
        Yes, let us not forget the Spanish Inquisition, Crusades or the massacre of Native Americans. What other proofs of the evils of Christianity can we bring up?

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          #5
          ^ Not enough, only if you can find enought left over bandwidth after bashing islamic terrorist.

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            #6
            Originally posted by Abdali:
            ^ Not enough, only if you can find enought left over bandwidth after bashing islamic terrorist.
            These people have to come to terms with what Christian priests and nuns did in Rwanda not that long ago. What those holy people did make "Al Qaida" and the like look like amateurs believe me.

            But back to Tripura and the states of India's North East - are these states not all trying to break away from India? Is that the goal of these so-called Christian "terrorists" i.e. to break up India?

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              #7
              Originally posted by Malik73:


              These people have to come to terms with what Christian priests and nuns did in Rwanda not that long ago. What those holy people did make "Al Qaida" and the like look like amateurs believe me.

              But back to Tripura and the states of India's North East - are these states not all trying to break away from India? Is that the goal of these so-called Christian "terrorists" i.e. to break up India?
              A lot of money for Christian missionaries come from North America. North East India has been converted to Christianity. Most of the region is 100% Christian.

              Christian missionaries are active in Gujarat, Orissa, Kashmir and Jharkhand region.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Abdali:
                ^ Not enough, only if you can find enought left over bandwidth after bashing islamic terrorist.
                Could someone point me to a thread with a similarly insulting title like "Muslim Terrorists Kill Commies for Muhammed". It's disgusting.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Marathi Maanus:


                  A lot of money for Christian missionaries come from North America. North East India has been converted to Christianity. Most of the region is 100% Christian.

                  Christian missionaries are active in Gujarat, Orissa, Kashmir and Jharkhand region.
                  Ah! the joys of mudslinging.........

                  The North Eastern states of India have many trying issues facing them, not the least being terrorists, they may call themselves Christian, Hindu or Muslim terrorists, but believe me, they have no religion, How can they be followers of Christ, if the most important teaching of Christ is "Love thy neighbour?".

                  So for all those who are dying to read into this story the evil hand of the Vatican do so only at your own peril.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Seminole:
                    Could someone point me to a thread with a similarly insulting title like "Muslim Terrorists Kill Commies for Muhammed". It's disgusting.
                    Just check your media...

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                      #11
                      Whatever these terrorists are doing, it is not for Christ. It is affront to the most peaceful man that ever lived - who I thought was a respected prophet on this board. If anyone ever said that terrorists crash airplanes into buildings and kill innocents for Muhammed, I'd be the first one to say they are wrong.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Abdali:


                        Just check your media...
                        Or those so-called Christian leaders who are patronised by the Republican party and greeted by George W Bush. Remember when he visited that Catholic-hating Bob Jones University?

                        Another Indian member mentioned how the Christian missionaries are prevelant all over India, so there is a widespread distrust of their activities by a large section of the majority population group?

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Malik73:


                          Or those so-called Christian leaders who are patronised by the Republican party and greeted by George W Bush. Remember when he visited that Catholic-hating Bob Jones University?

                          Another Indian member mentioned how the Christian missionaries are prevelant all over India, so there is a widespread distrust of their activities by a large section of the majority population group?
                          Like I said, a little history would help.

                          The North East terrorists are part of some breakaway radical groups that are funded by subversive groups on the fringes of the Church.

                          For most Christians around the world, the only true representative is the Pope, you have a lot of TV evangelists but those are more cult than anything else...

                          To give you an idea, it is similar to the Nation of Islam vs Isalm.......

                          Then even with missionaries, there are those who set up missions to provide social services like schools hospitals etc....

                          The problem is that all these are ignored and the focus is only on thise who run around thumping their bibles, so a generalisation like the one made above would be very factaually wrong....

                          The again, there has been a christian population in India for a long time...so then why does it surprise anyone that there are Christians are active?

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Malik73:
                            ... so there is a widespread distrust of their activities by a large section of the majority population group?
                            Yes, some Hindus take strong exception to conversions being carried out by missionaries. The allegations of "money for conversion" may be true in many cases, but I am sure many tribals also convert because of being branded "low caste" in their original religion. And by the way, conversions is not the only activity missionaries engage in; they have done a lot of valuable social service also.

                            As for those Hindus that are opposed to the missionaries: many of them would have supported the killing of Graham Staines and his children. Having said that though, I would also point out that most Hindus condemn such violence.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Toddytapper:


                              The North East terrorists are part of some breakaway radical groups that are funded by subversive groups on the fringes of the Church.
                              Which Church is this, that funds these terrorists?

                              Btw, I thought that some 40% of the Christian population of the world was non-Catholic, so obviously they reject the Pope as the 'only true representative' of Christianity?

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