Below is a story out of Pakistan. It is a ludicrous story. Islam is ludicrous. Islam is a religion that feeds on murder, killing, terror, intimidation, and destruction.
Followers of Islam and the fraud, Mohammed, tried to murder a little girl just because the little girl stated she wanted to go to school, and that all girls should be allowed to go to school. Muslims tried to KILL her by shooting her in the head. She lived, but not, I believe, because that imagined god, Allah, had anything to do with it. If ANY god had anything to do with it, it was the Christian god; the one and only God.
Read the story and discover how blood thirsty Muslims are. They look for just about any opportunity to kill/murder people. And Muslims say Islam is the religion of peace and love? Hypocrites!
This is what Islam is all about: kill kill kill kill kill kill kill kill kill kill kill kill kill kill kill etc, etc.
And this is a religion? Wake up, Muslims! Islam is not going to get you into Heaven. The only place Muslims are going to go is into Hell, and the Great Satan is going to shake the hand of every murdering Muslim that knocks on the door.
If Allah is such a peace loving, and perfect god, why would he insist you kill people every time you get the chance? Jesus preached love, forgiveness, and peace. Jesus performed a score of miracles. The only miracle Mohammed performed was getting all your Muslim fools to believe him.
Mohammed was a child molester. Mohammad slept with his son’s wife. Mohammed murdered hundreds by beheading them. Mohammad married a six-year-old girl and had sex with her when she was nine-years-old.
And this is the kind of man you want to worship? The kind of man you want to be like? The kind of man you claim is a prophet?
Read the story below and see how very blood thirsty Muslims are.
Winston Churchill once said, “Islam in a man is as dangerous as rabies in a dog.” How very right Mr. Churchill was.
(Reuters) – Pakistani police registered an accusation from a businessman on Thursday that the country’s ambassador to the United States had committed blasphemy, a crime that carries the death penalty, in connection with a 2010 TV talk show.
The accusation against Ambassador Sherry Rehman is the latest in a string of controversial blasphemy cases in Pakistan, a largely Muslim nation whose name translates as Land of the Pure.
According to Pakistan’s blasphemy laws, anyone found to have uttered words derogatory to the Prophet Muhammad can be put to death. Those who are accused are sometimes lynched by mobs even before they reach court.
Rehman has already faced death threats from militants after calling for reforms to the country’s anti-blasphemy law, according to court documents. Two politicians who suggested reforming the law were assassinated.
The case against Rehman was brought by businessman Muhammad Faheem Gill, 31, who said that the comments Rehman made about the law on the Pakistani talk show in 2010 were blasphemous.
“I’ve been trying to get this case registered for the last three years, ever since I saw that TV show,” Gill told Reuters. “I’ve even gone to the highest court. I’m glad that action will finally be taken now.”
Gill went to the Supreme Court with his complaint after police refused to register it. The court ordered police in the central Pakistani city of Multan to investigate.
Blasphemy accusations are on the rise, according to a report released by the Islamabad-based think tank, Center for Security Studies. At least 52 people accused of blasphemy have been killed since 1990.
The charge is difficult to defend since blasphemy is not defined and courts often hesitate to hear evidence, fearful that reproducing it will also be blasphemy.
Recent cases have included a teacher who made a mistake setting homework, a man who threw away a business card belonging to a man name Mohammed, and a Pakistani Christian girl, Rimsha Masih, who was accused of burning pages of Muslim holy texts last year.
The teenager was cleared by a court after it emerged that she may have been framed by a cleric trying to evict Christians from his area. She and her family are now in hiding.
Rehman, a prominent member of the ruling Pakistan People’s Party, was appointed as ambassador to the United States in November 2011.
(This story corrects to say businessman not police made accusation, in headline and paragraph 1)
(Writing By Mehreen Zahra-Malik; Editing by Katharine Houreld)