Just words


Do you want to kill somebody? No? Then read this.

I have loved things about you and I have hated things about you and there is a lot I don’t understand about you … I will not pray for you.

Ok, how about now? Still no? That’s odd, because according to a report by The Guardian, a Saudi citizen has been arrested in Kuala Lumpur because he tweeted the above remarks about Mohammed. More than 13,000 people have joined a Facebook page demanding his execution. If he is returned to Saudi Arabia, there’s a very real chance he will be charged with apostasy, which is a religious offense punishable by death.

Clergy + power = atrocity. And let’s not get too smug about those “barbaric third-world Muslims.” Christians can be just as bad, when they control the government.

Comments

  1. grumpyoldfart says

    And let’s not get too smug about those “barbaric third-world Muslims.” Christians can be just as bad, when they control the government.

    Unlike the other religions Christianity is never wrong. If the accused lived through the torture, then they were obviously guilty of witchcraft and put to death. But if the accused died during the torture, then they must have been innocent, so they scored a free trip to heaven.

    Isn’t religion wonderful?

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