Monday, July 8, 2013

Jihadists in India attack and bomb the temple complex where Buddha attained enlightenment

Gone now thanks to Islam

Never the ones to be shy about attacking that which is un-Islamic, jihadists have set their sites on the holiest place for Buddhists, the tree and temple complex where the Buddha gained enlightenment.

It is incumbent upon Muslims to wipe out any non-Muslim entity as they threaten the expansion and conquest of the non-Muslim world.  Buddhists are a hindrance to the new global caliphate and as such are to be destroyed ahead of the advancing doctrine.

Wiping from the face of the earth the spot where, under the Bodhi tree the Buddha attained true enlightenment would further the Islamic agenda as almost nothing else could.  Don't think the Buddha statues at Bamiyan were just a fluke; the systematic destruction of non-Islamic objects will continue.

From The Times of India July 7 by Law Kumar Mishra & Abdul Qadir

Terror strikes Bodh Gaya, serial blasts rock Mahabodhi Temple
GAYA: Terror struck the temple town of Bodh Gaya in Bihar, as nine serial explosions rocked the Mahabodhi Temple complex on Sunday morning.

Two tourists, including a monk from Myanmar, have been injured in the blasts. The injured are being treated at the Anugrah Narain Magadh Medical College hospital.

Union home secretary Anil Goswami confirmed that the Bodh Gaya blasts were a terror attack.

Bihar Police suspect the involvement of Indian Mujahideen in the temple blasts.
(...)"In the first blast which took place near the Bodhi tree, a table was blown up because of which two persons were injured. The second blast, I think, was inside the enclosure where books were kept. The furniture was damaged but there was no damage to the monuments or statues," he said. 
Asked about the nature of explosives used, S K Bharadwaj, ADG (Law and Order) said they were low intensity time bombs.

He said, "We got information about six-seven months back that there may be a terror attack on the Mahabodhi temple. After that we had beefed up secuirty and deployed extra forces".

Bodh Gaya Buddhist temple, around 10 km from Gaya and 100 km from capital Patna, is world famous. Lord Buddha had attained enlightenment here under the Mahabodhi tree in the temple premises.

Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama makes frequent trips to Bodh Gaya and Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa had visited it six months back. A total of 52 countries have established their monasteries here.

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