Watch this clip to see for yourself an Islamist reveal his true ugly inner self for all of India to see on live TV. (The debate is in Hindi and Urdu languages and without sub titles.)
Watch and weep.
Maulana Ansar Raza of India has pulled the wool over Indian eyes by posturing himself as a patriotic son of India who stands firmly behind India’s secularism and is a guardian of the country’s frontiers.
His rhetoric and cliche-ridden angry statements scare non-Muslim Indians into silence, lest they are labeled as racist anti-Muslim Islamophobes, a tactic that works for most pan-Islamist Indian right wing Muslim clerics who clamour for separate laws for Muslims in India, demand Sharia laws, and work to impose the burqa and niqab over Indian women.
But on Friday, December 4, 2015, Maulana Ansar Raza didn’t have to debate Hindu Indians, but a Canadian Muslim of Indian ancestry who stated to the Islamic cleric’s face that he was dissimulating his contempt for India under camouflaged double-speak that concealed his true feelings towards Hindustan.
As I refused to let go of him and grilled him, the Islamic cleric’s outward contrived Indian patriotism fell to pieces and his true inner self was revealed.
Losing his temper, Maulana Ansar Raza blurted out in anger that he considered the Arab and Persian Islamic invaders of India from the 7th to the 11th century as his heroes. The very men who plundered and pillaged India, destroying Hindu temples and abducting tens of thousands of Hindu girls who were later sold as sex slaves in the Arab World, as his heroes.
I asked him what he thought of the radical Islamic extremist Mogul Emperor Aurangzeb, the man who organised a genocide of Hindus, who arranged the public killing of the head of India’s Shia Dawoodi Bohra Muslims, who celebrated the torture and death of India’s assimilated Muslim Sufi saints, murdered his elder brother Prince Dara Shikoh and paraded his brother’s head through the streets of Delhi, who imprisoned to death his own father the maker of the Taj Mahal, who killed his son and sister.
True to my expectation, the Indian cleric on TV blurted out that he considered the mass murderer Mogul Emperor Aurangzeb, not just his hero, but also a ‘Wali’, an Arabic word meaning “custodian”, “protector”, “helper”. (In Islam, the phrase ولي الله walī allāh can be used to denote one vested with the “authority of God”)
With this the Indian cleric on TV had been completely stripped of his false secular camouflage and what emerged was a rabic India hater whose heroes were people who invaded India, subjugated it, and then conducted mass atrocities over India’s Hindu population, yet today blackmail the rest of India by screaming ‘intolerance’
Here is the full unedited version of the ZeeNews TV Network debate: