‘Lipstick Under My Burkha against tenets of Islam’: Muslim outfit seeks film ban

India, along with Israel, Southern Sudan, etc., have been the battlefields in endless bloody wars to impose Muslim rule, which is the objective of the global jihad. The history of India is teeming with Muslim monsters such as Timur the Terrible, who paraphrased the Koran: “‘O prophet, make war against the infidels and treat them severely.’ My great object in invading Hindustan (India) had been to wage a religious war against the infidel Hindus.” And he did. Hundreds of thousands of Hindus were beheaded and towers made of their skulls. The warrior Babur was particularly fond of raising higher and higher towers of Hindu heads that the Muslims had cut off during and after every battle. He loved to sit in his royal tent and watch this spectacle. On one such occasion, the ground flowed with so much blood “and became so filled with quivering carcasses that his tent had to be moved thrice to a higher level.” (That’s from The Koran and the Kafir, by A. Ghosh.) He only missed the “merit” of demolishing temples and breaking symbols and images because his predecessor Firuz Tughlak hardly left any for him in the territories he traversed.

But that is but one in a long line of bloody Muslim conquerors.

The ongoing conflict led to the creation of Pakistan in 1947 as an independent nation for Muslims, partitioned from India. The separate state for Muslims was based on the ideology that religion is the determining factor in defining the nationality of Indian Muslims was undertaken by Muhammad Ali Jinnah (although the Muslim world never sanctioned the same ideology for a Jewish state).

Giving them half the country – Pakistan – did nothing to satiate Islamic imperialism.

The jihad in India continues to this very day. The massive Islamic attacks in Mumbai were orchestrated by Pakistan’s spy agency.

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Jihad is but one component of the war for Islam in India. The imposition of sharia (Islamic law), the other side of jihad, is an ongoing battle.

A Muslim organisation here has asked the censor board not to clear the Prakash Jha-produced film Lipstick Under My Burkha. The “Advisory panel of Madhya Pradesh unit of All India Muslim Tehwar Committee at its meeting here yesterday condemned the movie,” the organisation’s state unit chairman Ausaf Shahmeeri Khurram said.

He alleged that the film was “against the dignity of our women and tenets of Islam” and said the AIMTC had requested the CBFC not to clear it.

KONKONA SEN SHARMA IN ‘LIPSTICK UNDER MY BURKHA.’
Deccan Chronicle, February 25, 2017 thanks to Manoj:

Konkona Sen Sharma in ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha.’
A Muslim organisation here has asked the censor board not to clear the Prakash Jha-produced film ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’.

The film, directed by Alankrita Shrivastava, has already run into trouble as the Central Board of Film Certification has denied it clearance for being “lady-oriented” and containing “abusive words”.

“Advisory panel of Madhya Pradesh unit of All India Muslim Tehwar Committee at its meeting here yesterday condemned the movie,” the organisation’s state unit chairman Ausaf Shahmeeri Khurram said.

He alleged that the film was “against the dignity of our women and tenets of Islam” and said the AIMTC had requested the CBFC not to clear it.

The film was shot in Bhopal.

‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ has won the Spirit of Asia Award at the Tokyo International Film Festival and the Oxfam Award for Best Film on Gender Equality at the Mumbai Film Festival. It features Konkona Sen Sharma, Ratna Pathak, Aahana Kumra and Plabita Borthaku.

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