As a part of my daily routine of checking mails and reading news, I came across this which I found really pleasing. Finally, a little relief for the Guantanamo Bay prisoners who were detained for many years without anything ‘legal’ that justifies their detention. Some more chaani on Bush’s face. But is this enough? Even people blessed with the least amount of sense know that Bush and Modi who are legally in power are nothing but monsters in disguise. Adding to the list are people illegally in power, like Dawood Ibrahim and other dhadhas who are demons in no disguise. Once in a while, we see a few cases coming into the limelight that reveals the true color of these beasts. As the public memory is short, one cannot expect them to get what they deserve out of that little attention that they get during that time. Same thing applies here too.
The case of Guantanamo is like a tiny droplet in an ocean. There are thousands or even millions of people detained baselessly in every corner of the world. Be it the natives of Sathiamangalam who fell a prey to the police assigned with a task of hunting Veerappan or our fellow brothers and sisters being cheated by fraudulent agents and undergoing the torment in a foreign land.
My faith in the life after death grows really, really strong when I read things like this. The maximum punishment that they get for their acts is just death. Every one of us in this world have to die some day, isnt’ it? It is just the way we die differs. Even an absolutely innocent soul may face a miserable end in an accident. Death cannot be the only punishment. There must be something beyond that.
Let us all wait for the day, the Day of Judgement.
22:22 Every time they want to get out of Hellfire from anguish, they will be returned to it, and [it will be said], “Taste the punishment of the Burning Fire!”