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Terrorist vowed to kill ‘those who drink cow urine’, so-called FactChecker says he is not ‘communal’

Even though the terror attack was aimed to kill 'people who drink cow urine', as a reference to Hindus, self-appointed hate-crime watchers don't think it is a religious identity-based hate crime.

On February 14, Adil Ahmed Dar, an Islamist terrorist drove an SUV laden with explosives and collided with the CRPF convoy, claiming lives of 44 CRPF personnel. Hours later, Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad claimed responsibility for the attack. In a video, taken before his suicide attack, Dar is hopeful of going to ‘Jannat’ for having killed Indians whom he refers to as ‘cow urine drinking people‘, showing how the terrorists’ have expanded their scope of the fight from just ‘Azaadi in Kashmir’ to fighting the Hindus.

While the left-leaning so-called secular media was quick to whitewash the terrorist as well as trying to change the narrative by using diversionary tactics to shift attention from a terror attack by spreading rumours, others were busying devising new plans on how to further downplay the terror attack.

IndiaSpend’s self-proclaimed ‘factchecker’, which is supposed to be keeping a track of ‘hate crimes’ across the country, has chosen not to include the Pulwama attack in its database. Factchecker claims that according to their definition of hate crime, the religious identity of the victim and not the perpetrator forms the basis. Since here, the terrorist blew up CRPF personnel because of their identity as an Indian, it does not fall within their scope of the definition.

This, even though the terrorist blew himself off at the idea of going to ‘Jannat’ by killing ‘cow-urine drinking people’. Cow, because cows are considered holy in Hinduism and so is cow urine, which is traditionally believed to have medicinal value. So while the terrorists have expanded their scope from just fighting for ‘azaadi’ to ‘azaadi and killing people who drink cow urine’, terror-sympathisers continue to downplay the hate.

Meanwhile, here is a cartoon strip which shows terrorism from a liberal perspective.

Terrorism from a liberal perspective

UPDATE: FactChcker deleted their tweet – which is why there was no tweet preview in this article. Since they reposted it with many more tweets trying to justify their stand, we have updated the article with the new tweet(s). However, they failed again, click here to read more.

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