Let's say you set off bombs that kill innocent people. What can you be sure will happen as a result?
This: there will be others to somehow justify the sick crime you have committed. Or somehow paint it as less of a crime than others. Or somehow portray you as morally superior to other bomb-setters. Or somehow pretend that your professed religion makes you innocent.
No surprise, that's what we see happening now. Just days ago, we learned that the police had arrested some people on the charge of setting off bombs in Malegaon and Modasa: Pragnya Thakur, Shivnarayan Gopal Singh Kalsangra, Shyam Bhanwarlal Sahu, Ramesh Upadhyay and Sameer Kulkarni.
Reacting to this news, one leader suggested that these people were innocent, because Hindus can't be involved in blasts. Another commentator suggested that we cannot say these Hindus are morally equivalent to Muslims who set off bombs. Because those Muslims, says this person, are attacking the Indian state.
And these remarks are only typical. (I deliberately do not offer you links, because I have no desire to give repugnance like this even that much recognition).
But I'd like to know just one thing and I don't give a damn what your religion is: when you kill innocent Indians, in what sense are you not attacking India?