The man behind 26/11 attack, Hafiz Saeed, has pinned the blame for the recent massacre in Peshawar on India. And he has sworn revenge. Intelligence agencies have warned India against a possible threat in Delhi, orchestrated by the Lashkar-e-Taiba chief. The Times Of India reports that the LeT or Jamaat ud Dawah may plan attacks on two hotel lobbies in Delhi as well on the Delhi-Agra Highway.

It is noteworthy that the Tehreek-i-Taliban had issued this warning before they attacked Peshawar: “We will kill those Malalas, those who are following Malala Yousafzai”.

Congratulations on winning this war. You caused fear. In seconds, you wiped away smiles and painted on faces of terror. Blood was spilled. Your point was made. No one will dare question you.

THIS is how you establish supremacy. As I take notes, I realise how stupid I’ve been. I seem to have missed the point completely. Forgive my ignorance, but maybe you can find it in your ‘heart’ to answer my simple question.

Who are you fighting, again?

Source: Ali Immam

Terrorism does not discriminate. Men, women and children suffer at the hands of it, alike.

Unfortunately, December 2014 has been a silenced witness to this.

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What purpose will your war serve?

Source: Time Dot Com

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One terrorist is enough for terror, isn’t he?

Source: VIP Media

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In the face of such terror, does religion matter anymore?

Source: One India

It makes sense to me, now. I think I understand. Humanity is your only enemy. You’re united so you may divide us. Unfortunately for you though, we’ve caught on.

We’re stronger for the grief we feel, we’re stronger because we feel at all. You’re so different, all of you. Terrorism hides behind many faces and many faiths. But we know better than to fall for your pretenses.

Martin Luther King Jr. put it best when he said “Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.”

Humanity maybe bruised but we’re still standing, with hearts full of love.