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Old April 29th, 2011, 07:43 AM
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Naxal and terrorist - Difference

Naxalites are in opposition to the govt., working with the help of common man trying to help them with gun in their hand against the Govt.

Terrorists are against nation, with their own schema of separate the nation based on ecological/geographical boundaries or just to intimidate people.

e.g. Veerapan was just a smuggler but he was supported by villagers so can we categorize him as naxalite …

What’s the difference between two …terrorists and naxalites.

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Naxalites are in opposition to the govt., working with the help of common man trying to help them with gun in their hand against the Govt.

Terrorists are against nation, with their own schema of separate the nation based on ecological/geographical boundaries or just to intimidate people.

e.g. Veerapan was just a smuggler but he was supported by villagers so can we categorize him as naxalite …

What’s the difference between two …terrorists and naxalites.
there is no similarity between two except that they r both violent.
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Re: Naxal and terrorist - Difference

terrorists can be religious fanatics like islamic terrorists .

but naxalites are communists who dont believe in god .

so they do not follow religious extremism .
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Naxalites are in opposition to the govt., working with the help of common man trying to help them with gun in their hand against the Govt.

Terrorists are against nation, with their own schema of separate the nation based on ecological/geographical boundaries or just to intimidate people.

e.g. Veerapan was just a smuggler but he was supported by villagers so can we categorize him as naxalite …

What’s the difference between two …terrorists and naxalites.
Among themseleves, naxalites are poorer cousins of terrorists.

For a government, naxalites are lesser burden on exchaquer as compensation payment is lesser to victims of naxalite attack, compared to terrorist attacks.

Terrorists are more dangerous, as a common man has more chances of being killed by terrorist than by naxalite.
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terrorists can be religious fanatics like islamic terrorists .

but naxalites are communists who dont believe in god .

so they do not follow religious extremism .
the attack pattern for both is quite different too. Though one can add spice to the other's movement ( terrorists by supplying arms to naxalites and naxalites by providing unstability to the govt. ) how one is less dangerous than other.

India is lucky these two violent groups are not acting with joined hands YET.
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India is lucky these two violent groups are not acting with joined hands YET.
They are - in andhra.
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terrorists can be religious fanatics like islamic terrorists .

but naxalites are communists who dont believe in god .

so they do not follow religious extremism .
It is the same thing ... you see, none of them believe in God ... one tries to fake it and counts strength in his belief by converting whereas the other wants to count his strength in his non-belief ...
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It is the same thing ... you see, none of them believe in God ... one tries to fake it and counts strength in his belief by converting whereas the other wants to count his strength in his non-belief ...
wtf. how can u say that such-n-such people may be faking faith?

naxalites are not necessarily faithless. that movement was against exploitation of have-nots by haves. so faith or absence of it is not a primary key of them.
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Among themseleves, naxalites are poorer cousins of terrorists.

but once they start getting arms and ammun. from across the border they dont need money to change gears for their movement. Just cos they live in tribal areas and dont wear head scarfs doesnt mean that they are not capable to dent the democracy in serious way.

For a government, naxalites are lesser burden on exchaquer as compensation payment is lesser to victims of naxalite attack, compared to terrorist attacks.

why .... cos they put pressure on state govt. only it ll be higher compensation if they ll challenge central govt. instead. human life is human life ..... it doesnt matter it is lost due to naxalites or any terrorists. while compensation should be equel to all activities like this, there would be same punishments to both too.


Terrorists are more dangerous, as a common man has more chances of being killed by terrorist than by naxalite.
Policeman/para-millitary forces are not common man... they dont have families to look after... they dont eat,drink and live in the same society where others do.... why killing a soldier/police/homeguard is any less than killing an IT professional/babu in govt. office/rickshaw puller.....
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They are - in andhra.

Is it... which group of terrorists are supporting naxalites there? If that is true then it is not poorer version of terrorists anymore. They can plan attacks where it hurts the most... and unless somebody from the govt. is working for them too it can become unstopable.
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Policeman/para-millitary forces are not common man... they dont have families to look after... they dont eat,drink and live in the same society where others do.... why killing a soldier/police/homeguard is any less than killing an IT professional/babu in govt. office/rickshaw puller.....
The 'whys' are different subject, what i was sayings is 'whats'.

In india, naxals kill rate is double of terrorists, atleast until 2009.
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Is it... which group of terrorists are supporting naxalites there? If that is true then it is not poorer version of terrorists anymore. They can plan attacks where it hurts the most... and unless somebody from the govt. is working for them too it can become unstopable.
Don't know the group's name, but read somewhere that muslim jihadi forces has outsourced the killing of hindu nationalists to naxals. You know, chor chor mausare-bhai kind of alliance.
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It is the same thing ... you see, none of them believe in God ... one tries to fake it and counts strength in his belief by converting whereas the other wants to count his strength in his non-belief ...
there is difference landyabhai...

anyone who kill other human-beings is faking his belief.... sometimes by making it God-words to kill infidels, sometimes by calling it against the nature, sometimes calling it only option of survival, sometimes bringing peace/democracy to the nation....

for us, pakis are demon and we want to stamp out them as we are following God's word to kill the demons. for them we are the same. does it take both of us anywhere... not until we think and see beyond that and work towards a progressive nation as India is doing now and strongly building its character on world's map.
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It is the same thing ... you see, none of them believe in God ... one tries to fake it and counts strength in his belief by converting whereas the other wants to count his strength in his non-belief ...
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there is difference landyabhai...

anyone who kill other human-beings is faking his belief.... sometimes by making it God-words to kill infidels, sometimes by calling it against the nature, sometimes calling it only option of survival, sometimes bringing peace/democracy to the nation....

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How does one fake one's belief Either one believes or does not. And if one goes to the extent of killing others, wouldn't you say his/her belief is stronger... rather than calling it fake

What if there are gods and what if they actually want you to kill other human beings who disrespect or do not believe in them? In this case, would you go around killing others... or will you tell them to stfu?
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How does one fake one's belief Either one believes or does not. And if one goes to the extent of killing others, wouldn't you say his/her belief is stronger... rather than calling it fake
exactly. no one can judge who is faking belief and who is not. there is no such thing as 'faking belief' anyway [except instances like political stunts].
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