People and media in India and around the world got frenzied over film-star Shah Rukh Khan's alleged denention at a U.S. airport. One should, instead, spare more thoughts for the numberless non-Muslims, who quietly go through the same cumbersome new security measures and other procedures introduced in recent years---thanks exclusively to Muslims' unacceptable actions, attitude and behavior....
The alleged detention of Indian movie Superstar, Shah Rukh Khan, at the Newark Airport (New Jersey) has caused a worldwide outcry in name the unfair profiling of Muslims after the 9/11 attacks.
Outraged, Shah Rukh Khan, in his initial statement, said he was detained for his Muslim name and that the detention was for two hours, which later came down to 1.5 hours and, as of latest, ‘just over an hour’, according to Times of India.
Against Khan’s claim of his detention because of his Muslim name, the U.S. airport authority has denied that it was not for his Muslim name and that he was detained at all in the first place, but was taken for questioning to follow routine procedure. They have also claimed that loss of Khan’s baggage was an added reason for taking longer time, although Khan said, he was never told of it.
One, who has experienced the same at U.S. airports in the post 9/11 era, would know it well that, for security reasons, the airport authorities do special security checks and registration of certain entrants at the immigration, before they are let through.
Holding an Arabic name myself, despite my leaving Islam, I had to go through the same procedure once of the three times I have traveled in and out of the U.S. between 2005 and 2007. My wife of a different nationality, race and religion was let go through, but I was led to the area for questioning and a special registration, which took over an hour, while my wife waited impatiently, so did the driver, who was sent to pick us up from the airport.
What struck me most is that, while I was sitting there, I saw quite a few people of non-Muslim backgrounds—indeed, a greater number than Muslims—are being put through the same procedure.
Undoubtedly, the whole new situation is created by the 9/11 attacks, and the Islamic extremists’ continued efforts to strike at U.S. interests and institutions, both inside and outside the country. And alongside Muslims, non-Muslims are also made to suffer the consequence for Muslims’ actions.
Apart from the new security screening at the U.S. airports, many Western countries have undertaken a whole range of new measures in recent years, thanks exclusively to Muslims’ actions and attitude, and non-Muslims are made to suffer as much.
The other day, my sister-in-law called in from London; while conversing, she informed me that she—who follow some form of Buddhism and strictly vegetarian—is preparing for a cultural compatibility test in order to apply for permanent residency. She told me that she is made to study British history, which most Britons don’t know. The same procedure applies to other Western countries, such as Netherlands, Australia etc. One knows well that these tests have been introduced, exclusively because of Muslim immigrants’ refusal to accept—and assimilate in—Western culture and values.
As the Shah Rukh Khan outcry simmers, Khan himself gradually climbed down—when the U.S. insisted that they were only following procedure—from his earlier claim of his detention, saying that if it was procedure, then, an “unfortunate one”.
What turns out, as it seems now, is that Khan wants a V.I.P. treatment everywhere, a culture in his country, India. He expects the same everywhere, and mostly gets it, despite the fact that that is not the culture everywhere. And this time, it was different, thanks to the Newark airport authority’s failure to recognize who he was (this is hardly unusual; I once told them at the immigration that I was going attend a conference alongside Salman Rishdie and Ayaan Hirsi Ali, they had no clue, who the heck I was talking about!). And that’s all that angered him, and he turned it into a media outcry—thanks as much to the Indian media, eager to cry foul for labeling any Western country racist, never looking at the loads of shit at the rear of their own society.
Given the new reality we live, when Islamic extremists have maintained maximum intensity to cause havoc and mayhem everywhere, especially in the West, one must accept and go through, despite the inconvenience, the new measures intended to save lives, which I humbly do.
And it seems that most kaffirs like me have generally accepted them, because they go through the save regulations on a daily basis, but never make noise about it. So far, all the noise about these new regulations, put in place in the post-9/11 era, have been made by Muslims, despite the fact that, it is they, who force the new regulations to be put in place. We the kaffirs suffer for their sins, and accept it humbly. For Khan, if he really cared, he should—instead of crying foul of suffering discrimination himself—spare some thought for us, the infidels, who are suffering the same for his beloved faith and the actions of his coreligionists.
And I, despite being a huge fan of Khan’s movies, would spare little thought for what happened to him, when he has dedicated himself to deception for advancing the cause of Islam by propagating such absolute falsehoods:
Nowhere in the Quran does it say that 'jihad' will lead you to 'jannat' (heaven)... Unfortunately, now two versions of Islam exist. There is an Islam from Allah and unfortunately, there is an Islam from the Mullahs.
…whoever killed a human being, except as punishment for murder or other villainy in the land, shall be regarded as having killed all mankind; and that whoever saved a human life shall be regarded as saving all mankind.
While Khan’s campaign for Islam is meant to undermine big-time what I have dedicated myself to, that is, to unveil to truth about Islam—I would, if at all, spare my thoughts, ahead of him, for the numberless of non-Muslim kafirs unfairly suffering the same ordeal.