Islamists trolling Shami's daughter for bidding have crossed all boundaries

NEW DELHI Fast Bowler was recently trolled by Islamist fans after he posted a picture of his daughter with a sweet legend that said: Looking so sweet beta, I love you so much, God bless you beta, see you soon (sic).

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Looking so sweet beta I love you so much 👨‍👧❤️❤️❤️❤️ God bless you beta see you soon 💪🏻

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Shami's daughter, Aira, posing in a sari, was standing next to the Hindu objects of worship. This angered those who attacked Shami and the girl for worshiping idols and puja despite being Muslim.

This is what the trolls said and why they have crossed all the limits of radicalization:

Muslim radicals want everyone to respect their practices and beliefs (which is what it should be), but they would not extend the same courtesy to say Hindus or Sikhs. They would not lose any opportunity to show hatred for the beliefs of others and attack those who disagree with them.

Shami, a champion player, one who has always prided India, is ironically dictated by Islamists (who have zero achievements) on how he should raise his daughter. They threaten him saying that he and his daughter will be sent to hell for bidding (idol worship) but have no qualms when the Indian captain virat Kohli visits Say a Sharff. That, for them, was necessary to preserve the pluralism of India.

It is ridiculous when some of these Islamists remind others that India is a secular nation (what it is), but its own acts and words betray all the principles of secularism and plurality. If the secular fabric of India is under threat, then it is these fanatics, who cannot coexist peacefully with anyone who opposes their fundamentalism. To realize their dream of Islamism, they don't even save children, like Shami's daughter.

We often hear phrases like dara hua musalman, but we are not told that peaceful Indian Muslims are really afraid of these Islamists, who dictate to other Muslims how they should lead their lives.

If deradicalization centers are opened in India, these Islamists should be the first to remain there until they learn to be civilian enough to live in a secular country like India.