|Now the Americans are receiving the same kind of treatment they meted out to Narendra Modi, the governor of India's state of Gujarat. When Muslim activists accused him of orchestrating anti-Muslim pogroms, the USA automatically declared him guilty on the mere strength of the accusation, despite clear evidence to the contrary -- over 250 Hindus were killed by Muslims in the riots, including 100 policemen -- violence which was started by Islamists torching a busload of 60 Hindu pilgrims. The US barred governor Modi from visiting the United States purely on the basis of allegations, even though he hadn't even been found guilty under due process. The Americans did this just to score brownie points with Muslim activists.
Now Muslim firebrands have now accused American soldiers of desecrating the Koran -- an age-old Islamist tactic. And as you know, as soon as said Koran-desecration is announced, then the obligatory street riots have to take place -- all to defend Islamic honor, of course.
So the next time a US official wants to visit India, they should be denied entry on the grounds of the US security forces having desecrated the Koran. After all, an accusation is as good as fact, in the eyes of our pious American friends.
Maybe hoteliers in the US should make sure to keep all copies of hotel-room Bibles or Korans inside glass cases. Because as we know, monotheist piety automatically reserves them the right to vandalize any establishment where they find a dog-eared or damaged holy book.