It might be interpreted as a piece designed to get the adrenaline pumping; to manipulate those of us who are easily excitable into leaping head-first into battles as a way of apparently honouring our ancestors' sacrifice; to refresh the memory of those of us who've forgotten about the ancient enemy that descended from the sands of Arabia. If I was a suspicious guy I'd think this was an article that wanted to achieve all those things. That's almost as damaging as the vindictive, hateful narrative of the Indian media.
Feels tough to have faith at times like this. You know how they saying goes when in rains it pours. Or when death happens back to back and unexpectedly out of the blue. You feel betrayed angry like why? Feels so numb to life everything.