Perhaps only you can answer my piskological doubt.
I forwarded the video link to friends and colleagues at my work place. I got one strange reply.
"Would yo have forwarded the mail if the terrorists were Hindu and they were doing the same in Pakistan?"
The real question is:Can a Hindu do it?
the answer is "DEAD NO".
But to be absolutely honest,after watching the video numerous times just to get my blood boiling, I have developed a sadistic pleasure whenever I see IED demonstrate its prowess in pakiland. Is it possible that, we too will mutate like the Jews/Israelis did after WW2? May be its not too far when Indians will have absorbed too much that we will start behaving like the Israelis (i.e) "Disproportionate Response". Answer terror with more terror.
Then,my answer to the question posed by the guy may not be as forthcoming as it is today.
If it entails a response in a different thread please do so.
Though it is addressed to Shiv, I would like to place my two cents here.
Islam has its origin in a society which favoured force in order to expand, being a new religion. Violence was an existential necessity and also to gather more followers. The expansion of islam has always been violent and at the cost of existing society. Conversion by force is not proscribed here.
On the other hand Christianity suffered greatly during its initial period and only flourished when Imperial patronage was extended. Primarily, they have based their expansion on sacrifice by Jesus and message of love.
Of necessity, two proselytizing religions have come in violent contact with each other and terms 'crusade' and 'jehad' has acquired more popular meaning. Other religions or societies have either surrendered or converted or fought back or in rare cases coexisted though confrontations did take place. Last case is that of India where both religions have come through their religious preachers and business interest and later invaded the land lured by untold riches of its people and temples.
The proselytizing agenda of Islam is not yet over and the global jehad and desire to impose sharia law, that we see now , is continuance of the basic premises . Hence. you may see some reaction here and there, from target societies/religions, which are actions of self defense at best. This is not to say that some deviant elements are not present but numbers may be few and far between.
They have been responsible for almost complete elimination of some of the dominant faiths and they have survived in India alone . Parsis, Jews( found welcome shelter in India) etc.Existential threat to the target societies/religion is so great that counter reaction is very much possible
So my answer would be to take action against such elements as per law and not to allow it to become part of global enterprise.