Killing idolatrous Hindu is simply fun for Muslims and Islamic terrorists. But I am not going to blame Muslims for planning any terrorist attack against Hindus, it is Allah himself who said in his revealed scripture:
Quran 3:151: Soon shall We cast terror into the hearts of the Unbelievers, for that they joined companions with Allah, for which He had sent no authority: their abode will be the Fire: And evil is the home of the wrong-doers!
Quran 8:39: And fight them until there is no more Fitnah (disbelief and polytheism: i.e. worshiping others besides Allah) and the religion (worship) will all be for Allah Alone [in the whole of the world]. But if they cease (worshiping others besides Allah), then certainly, Allah is All-Seer of what they do.
So we see Muslims are obliged to cast terror in hearts of unbelievers like Hindus and fight the polytheists who worship other god than Allah, as per the above two clear commands in Quran. Certainly the pilgrims of Amarnath Yatra are polytheists and disbelievers, so in sight of Muslims, they should be terrorized and killed. Read the following news from Times of India:
Confirming the inputs, home minister Sushilkumar Shinde on Wednesday said, “There is terror threat to Amarnath Yatra (which is due to commence on June 28). All efforts will be made to ensure security of every pilgrim.”
Without going into specifics of the inputs, Shinde said the government was taking precautions and sending additional forces to ensure safety and security of all pilgrims visiting the 13,500-feet high Himalayan cave shrine in south Kashmir.
Though there were no specific inputs with officials describing it as somewhat routine intelligence based on the vulnerability of this annual event, the Jammu and Kashmirgovernment promptly declared the entire pilgrimage route in the state as “highly prone” to terrorist attacks and directed security forces to augment their vigil.
Last year, an estimated 6.2 lakh pilgrims had a glimpse of the ice stalagmite structure inside the cave which devotees believe symbolizes the mythological powers of Lord Shiva.
Amarnath Yatra over the years has remained by and large peaceful barring three militant strikes — one each in 2000, 2001 and 2002 — that left 36 pilgrims and several others dead.
Security arrangements for the yatra also came up for detailed review at the Unified Headquarters meeting, chaired by J&K chief minister Omar Abdullah in Srinagar.
“Considering the security scenario, topography of the yatra area, high potential of terrorist attacks on the yatris to create law and order situation throughout the state and the country, sensitive nature of the yatra, and the high publicity the yatra generates, the entire yatra area is highly prone to terrorist attacks,” the J&K home department said in a circular issued to all agencies concerned.