ahmedplumber wrote:Has it occoured to you that some of us are silent because we are so deeply disturbed by what has happened?
ahmedplumber, it is commendable that you were too stunned into silence to speak up against this atrocity. And now that you've broken your silence you're still not speaking up. I cannot imagine why.
ahmedplumber wrote:Forget being Reformist or Abde Syedna, the fact is that we are all Bohra's and we fought in Ramazan...
See how you twist the whole thing, you stupid weasel. The Bohras were not fighting, instead a dominant group attacked a small and innocent group (including women) who were praying namaz. It was not a fight, it was an attack.
"or maybe in the vicinity of a mosque"
ahmedplumber wrote:... and we fought inside, or maybe in the vicinity of a mosque ...
Really? Are you born daft or grew up to be that way? The attack took place inside the mosque, it is a fact, there is no "maybe" about it. Am I wrong when I say that you reasonable types with conscience are forever in denial sitting with your hands under your lying asses?
ahmedplumber wrote:... is what is so hurtful for me personally...
So I'm guessing this incident merits to be within your "sphere of existence". But I guess it doesn't hurt you enough to make you condemn it.
ahmedplumber wrote:you are right, in times like this, one needs to worry more about the well-being of all who were injured, not indulge in one-upmanship try and score brownie points over one another.
Yes, it is very noble to sympathise with the victims, but yet we won't condemn the perpetrators!!