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Jihadi Terrorist? Go South

Calling all jihadi terrorist of repute it is now time to go south, cause there is jannat there , go south like Madni ur a VIP there, go south where the sky is blue, go south there are ayurvedic massages worth Rs 50000 zimply waiting for u
All u have to do is go South.
It looks like the south is leading the race as the hottest place to be in India for a jihadi terrorist. Both DMK under karunanidhi and the Kerala communists under vs achutanandan hotly competing with their northern counterparts like the Samajwadis under mulayam and Rjd under laloo and Congress under Spynx sonia, to woo all jihadi terrorists and infiltrators and their sleeper cells.
I had, in my one of my previous posts mentioned the role played by politicians in Radicalising Muslims.
i am adding a few more links of sites to read Bangladeshi Jihadis and Muslim Mentality

I read this in mumbai HT tucked away in a corner :-
IT PAYS to share a prison with a VIP in Tamil Nadu. On Sunday, about 750 prisoners of Coimbatore jail, including 160 arrested for the 1998 serial blasts, enjoyed an Ayurvedic massage.

The reason: in July, Kerala CM V.S. Achuthanandan had intervened to ensure Abdul Nasser Madhani, leader of the Kerala PDP party and the fourth accused in the serial blasts, got a 35-day Ayurvedic treatment worth Rs 50,000. Sunday’s treat was an attempt to prove that such luxury was de rigeur in Tamil Nadu prisons.

CM M. Karunanidhi had sanctioned the treatment for Madhani. But when Jayalalithaa turned on the heat, prison authorities arranged the Sunday camp. The incident is among a list of events that show the DMK government's soft stance towards Muslim fundamentalists. The DMK government has also dropped cases against 12 fundamentalists of Melaplayam.