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Nov 20 2012

Doing the Taliban proud

The bad news is that a Pakistani court has sentenced 25 year old Hazrat Ali Shah to death for blaspheming against Mohammed and the Koran during a quarrel in his village in northern Pakistan in March 2011. Mother of five Asia Bibi also remains in prison whilst appealing her death sentence for ‘derogatory’ comments about Mohammad.

At least Pakistan has dropped blasphemy charges against 14 year old Rimsha for allegedly burning verses of the Koran (most likely only because the imam in question has tampered with the evidence).

Now all that the government needs to do (in this matter) is to rescind the blasphemy legislation altogether and immediately free all those imprisoned on blasphemy charges.

Isn’t it ironic how the Pakistani government tries to give itself a more humane portrayal by defending Malala Yousefzai vis-a-vis the Taliban whilst simultaneously issuing blasphemy rulings that would make the Taliban proud? If the Taliban and their Islamist brethren could, they would easily and LEGALLY sentence Malala to death for blasphemy.

Not that they aren’t trying.

The disgusting Sharia4Pakistan has called for Malala to be put on ‘trial in a Shariah court for the crimes she has been accused of’ – which according to them include insulting and belittling Islam and espionage!

By the way, Al-Mohajiroun – and the British Islamist Anjem Choudhary – are even holding a conference on 30 November to issue their fatwa against Malala and more.

Well it is a fight after all. They want to defend their medieval and barbaric rules in the face of the immense tide of support for Malala with their usual threats and fatwas.

What they haven’t realised is that they have already lost…

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    theophontes (恶六六六缓步动物)

    This I can never understand: If YHWH is so pissed-off about blasphemy, why does He never step in and do something about it Personally?

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    theophontes (恶六六六缓步动物)

    Further:

    theophontes
    Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    @ Shariah 4 Pakistan

    What we do know, was that an armed man shot an unarmed girl in the face. I cannot imagine what would drive a person to do such an evil thing.

    The only clarity that I can gather from your writings is this: You are happy to praise the perpetrator and condemn the victim.

    Reply Nov 20th, 2012 06:15 pm

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    busterggi

    They haven’t lost yet – why the whole Republican party has adopted almost all their positions.

  4. 4
    grumpyoldfart

    Now all that the government needs to do (in this matter) is to rescind the blasphemy legislation

    The Government won’t change. It will use religion to retain its power for generations to come – probably centuries.

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    theophontes (恶六六六缓步动物)

    @ Maryam

    It appears they have deleted your pingback and have not allowed my comment through either. And it is not as if they allow no criticism at all (a regular feature of xtian websites). A little strange, in that others have now raised similar condemnations: “cannot believe that civilized people would consider killing a child” … “you cannot justify the shooting of this girl.” … “You still don’t target children.”

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