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Sometimes, when in a very complacent mood, he would go a-birds'-nesting with the children, a thing that irritated and annoyed me exceedingly; as, by frequent and persevering attempts, I flattered myself I had partly shown them the evil of this pastime, and hoped, in time, to bring them to some general sense of justice and humanity; but ten minutes' birds'-nesting with uncle Robson, or even a laugh from him at some relation of their former barbarities, was sufficient at once to destroy the effect of my whole elaborate course of reasoning and persuasion.
He stated that persistent Indian barbarities in held Kashmir found no example in human history adding that the aspirations of innocent Kashmiris could not be suppressed through use of violence.
We can clearly state that those political Islamists who raise their voices for even very insignificant developments in the world have remained silent in face of the ISIL barbarities.
Under the weight of massive propaganda by Western interests, shari'a is now widely considered synonymous with the oppression of women, cutting off of heads, and other barbarities.