Imagine if you heard the news of terror attack. What does it tell about todays time ? Does the post attack has same feelings for every one. The answer is not positive. The feeling are cultural baised. A muslim father hears that his son is missing in a terror attack, incredibly, is to hope no hope, not that he is safe but that he wasn't involved in the atrocity.
Parents say "I know my son". Do they really know him. Many think he could not have done such thing. Behind every such denial lies the private fears: what if my son was really involved.Muslims are the soft target after any terror attack. While the world outcry against the brutal attack; it is a point for people to come out in open and condemn the selected names.But reality lies far ahead of these outspoken words.
The terrorist organisation in any part of world work similar to a political party. First of all it needs financial resources. Money is the first thing which is required for every show. Next is to strengthen the cadre at the grassroot level just like a political party inducts youth to manager its party affairs. Immature minds are soft target for them which can be easily lured by the money. They also try to attarct the highly trained professionals like software engineer, doctor, pilot. Now as we know every thing about the building blocks of the terror groups why we are not able to curb them.
The answer is simple our weak governmet and its policy. The basic problem with Indian government is that it does not have a firm policy on the terrorist organisations. So should we accept this fact candidly that we have become banana republic. Definitly know. Being a part of India we have the greated power of democracy which might out weight the terrorist. We should stop the cultural twist. The atrocity is the vicious cycle which will create more terrorist as its consequences. Gandhi's philosophy sounds awkword but it is the most effective way to unite against the terror.