(Original post by AlexanderHam)
There is a "genocide" in Kashmir in the same way there is a "genocide" in Palestine. It's a buzzword used by Islamic extremists wherever Islam is not allowed to run rampant. Islam is invariably a turbulent minority, it doesn't seem to be able to get along anywhere in the world with the native population.
The Islamic obsession with feeling like victims is a very regressive mindset that is a huge reason why the Islamic world is today filled with violence, terror and despair
1. '"genocide" in Palestine
" In just 2 months in Gaza, 2014 "The UN says at least 2,104 Palestinian died, including 1,462 civilians, of whom 495 were children and 253 women". So yes, there is genocide in Palestinian territory. This maybe explains why 'feeling like victims' is rather more than just a mindset.
2. 'it doesn't seem to be able to get along anywhere in the world with the native population
.' There are more than 160,000,000 Muslims in India alone, only a tiny fraction of whom don't 'get along'. The problem has become worse in recent years after the rise of Hindu nationalism. One third of Ethiopians are Muslim and living at peace with Christian neighbours, Tanzania, Ivory Coast, Philippines, Mozambique also have sizable Muslim minorities...
3. 'that is a huge reason why the Islamic world is today filled with violence, terror and despair
' History points to the violence, terror and despair increasing massively at the point where the US invaded Iraq, killing upwards of 100,000 civilians and destabilising the region. The most populous country of the Islamic world is Indonesia, which according to the FCO is 'stable'.