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Islamic leaders are spreading more hatred in Pakistan

Islamic leaders are spreading more hatred in Pakistan

Lee Jay Walker

The Modern Tokyo Times

Christian Pastor set on fire by Muslims in Pakistan
Christian Pastor set on fire by Muslims in Pakistan
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The madness of Islamization in Pakistan is clear for all to see but of course for Muslims who despise all forms of freedom it appears to be a battle to outdo each other in their hatred towards non-Muslims.  Any decent society would be ashamed to kill a person over alleged comments about a religious figure. However, blasphemy against Mohammed can mean death in Pakistan and for many Muslim religious leaders they desire the blood of innocents. 

Therefore, some Islamic leaders are not content with institutional hatred within the legal system of Pakistan because a number of Muslim leaders and organizations in Pakistan are demanding that a Christian lady should be killed and that people who defend her should also be threatened by the vile blasphemy law.

In the non-Muslim world we have countless apologists who claim that Islam means peace, however, in the real world we know that this is not only a blatant lie but it is a dangerous and calculated fabrication.  It is, therefore, essential that the truth is told because the hatred we see in the mainly Muslim world is consistent with the hatred that Mohammed taught his followers.  This hatred is not only spilling the blood of non-Muslims but it is devouring innocent Muslims also and tens of thousands of women have been killed in silence because of so-called “honor killings” whereby the Muslim legal system in many nations does nothing but cover up this vile crime against humanity.

In the modern world Hindus are persecuted and marginalized in Bangladesh, Kashmir, and Pakistan because of widespread hatred within the Muslim community towards the followers of the Hindu faith.  In Somalia all converts to Christianity face death and Somali Muslims are also targeting converts to Christianity within their community in Northern Kenya.  At the same time Coptic Christians suffer daily in Egypt and Christians and other minorities are routinely killed and persecuted in Iraq.

The list is endless because Sikhs and Ahmadiyya Muslims also suffer in Pakistan alongside Christians and Hindus.  Meanwhile in Afghanistan all those trillions of dollars are doing nothing because converts from Islam to Christianity face death and this Islamic madness is ongoing.

Agenzie Fides (www.fides.org) reports that “It promises to be a difficult Christmas for the Christian community in Pakistan. An alliance among radical Islamic groups – which includes religious parties, Islamic movements, organizations allied with terrorist groups – has called a large mass national demonstration entitled Namos-e-risalat, that is, defending the honour of the Prophet Muhammad on 24 December, after Friday prayers, to say “no” to the release of Asia Bibi and any changes to the blasphemy law. The alliance has called on the “ummah” (Islamic community) in all the world, demanding universal support in the defence of the Prophet. Moreover, the radical leaders say: “Asia Bibi is a blasphemous woman and should be repudiated by Christians. Anyone who defends her, an ordinary citizen, politician or Minister, is guilty of blasphemy along with her.”

Therefore, far from being ashamed about wanting to kill an innocent Christian female in Pakistan it is clear that Islamic religious parties alongside their Muslim leaders desire to install even more fear and hatred.  Knowing that December 25th is a special day for Catholic and Protestant Christians in Pakistan the leaders of hate are calling for mass demonstrations on Christmas Eve.

Only recently a Christian evangelist called Pastor William Augustine was set on fire because he was trying to spread the Christian faith.  This mentality within the Muslim community is rife in Pakistan and attacks like this are being done by normal Muslims and not religious fanatics because this fanaticism comes from within the Islamic faith.

Mohammed himself supported the murder of all apostates and other brutal methods and because of this we have so many brutal attacks against religious minorities throughout the mainly Muslim world.  Also, in the land of Mecca and Medina, not one single Hindu temple or Christian church is allowed and all apostates face death. However, little is being done about institutional Islamic hatred in Saudi Arabia just like little is being done in Pakistan.

On the contrary, the religion of hate is spreading Islam in the non-Muslim world because of our open society and this applies to either Islamic radicalism, stealth jihad, or via Islamic kitman whereby Mohammed is transformed out of all recognition.

Serge Trifkovic (Srdja Trifkovic) in his book called The Sword of the Prophet states that “Islam starts with a simple profession of a simple faith.  It ends by demanding complete, total, absolute allegiance of each individual to Mohammed and his successors.  Anything less is disbelief, punishable by eternal torment: “they can have no (real) Faith, until they make Thee judge in all disputes between them, and find in their souls no resistance against Thy decisions, but accept them with the fullest conviction.” (Koran 4:65)  Total control is claimed, over every aspect of public and private life.  Islam is revolutionary in outlook, extremist in behavior, totalitarian in ambition.”

Serge Trifkovic continues by stating “The fruits of attempted escape from the shackles of natural morality are as predictable as they are grim, for the Muslims no less than for their victims: both are enslaved, brutalized, and dehumanized by Islam.  The all-pervasive lack of freedom is the hallmark of the Muslim world……………….The fruits of Muhammad’s adage that “only Muslims’ blood is equal” is the curse that cannot be eradicated, short of a bold reform from within that seems no more likely today than at any time in the past 14 centuries.”  (Page 207-208 – The Sword of the Prophet by Serge Trifkovic)  

Therefore, Christians, Hindus, and Sikhs are on the frontline in Pakistan and if an Islamic monoculture becomes a reality because of Islamic indoctrination, hatred, persecution and institutional hatred; then this will only encourage the followers of Islam to spread their hatred in non-Muslims lands.  In truth, this is already happening because of Islamic kitman, demographics via Muslim immigration, stealth jihad, and huge financial backing from nations like Saudi Arabia.

More alarming, apologists and liberals alike alongside national leaders who desire political capital are endangering the democratic world.  This can be seen by the suicide attack in Sweden or by the increasing usage of Sharia Islamic law in the United Kingdom.  The act in Sweden applies to militant Islam but stealth jihad and liberal versions of Islam alongside a demographic time-bomb are much more dangerous in the long run.

The nation of Pakistan may seem far away but the ideological war of democracy versus Islamization and persecution hinges on the outcome of nations like Pakistan.  If the democratic world refuses to stand-up to this Islamic onslaught which is devouring Hindus in Kashmir and religious minorities in Pakistan; then one day people in the democratic world may also be devoured.

Lee Jay Walker

http://leejaywalker.wordpress.com

Serge Trifkovic – The Sword of the Prophet

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Posted by on December 17, 2010 in ASIA, INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND GLOBAL NEWS, Islam, RELIGIOUS ISSUES

 

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PAKISTAN must abolish the blasphemy law

Pakistan Must Abolish the Blasphemy Law

 

By Lee Jay Walker
Tokyo Correspondent  – THE SEOUL TIMES

 

Pakistani Christians in a Christmas Mass

The nation of Pakistan faces many internal problems and minorities reside in fear because political leaders have been in self destruct mode. This applies to the role of Pakistan in fostering and spreading radical Sunni Islam to regional nations. At the same time the internal legal system is openly espousing hatred and creating mayhem by maintaining the blasphemy law.

This was clearly visible when Christians were burnt alive by radical Sunni Islamists, therefore, now is the right time to eradicate this dangerous law which is sowing discord and hatred. Both internal and external pressure is needed in order for Pakistan to start afresh. The same applies to crushing radical Sunni Islamic institutions and networks which are causing mayhem.

However, will the current leadership deal with this crisis and tackle rogue elements within both the political system and military? After all, the role of the security services in Pakistan is clearly a major issue because they have given a free reign to Sunni Islamic radicals to kill at random in both Afghanistan and Kashmir (India). More recently, this external export is now trying to challenge the state internally so the stakes are clearly high.

Turning back to the blasphemy law it is abundantly clear that this issue is being manipulated by radical Sunni Islamic forces within Pakistan. Therefore, many innocents have been put in prison on the grounds of blasphemy and this law threatens the Christian community, Ahmadiyya Muslims, and anyone deemed to have blasphemed against the Koran and Islam.

It is clear that the blasphemy law can be used by Muslims in order to crush both the minorities of Pakistan or to accuse so-called enemies of Islam or on the grounds of having a grudge. Therefore, many Christians and Muslims have been victims of this terrible law and the fear of being accused of this is great.

Dr. Nazir S. Bhatti, President of the Pakistan Christian Congress, has demanded openly and with a firm conviction that the government of Pakistan must “repeal the blasphemy law.” Dr. Nazir S. Bhatti is also calling for the “arrest (of) the culprits before August 11, 2009.”

According to an article written in the Pakistan Christian Post (http://pakistanchristianpost.com) by Joseph Keenan “The culprits belonged to a banned Sunni Muslim extremist group – Sipah-e-Sahaba….” This applies to the attacks on Christians in Gojra town which led to many Christians being burnt alive by Sunni Islamic zealots.

The article by Joseph Keenan also highlights how the brutal blasphemy law was implemented and strengthened. He states that the “Pakistan Christian Congress (PCC) said Section 298-A added in an amendment in 1980 stated that use of derogatory remarks, respect of holy personages, whoever by words, either spoken or written or by visible representation, or by any imputation, innuendo or insinuation, directly or indirectly defiles the sacred name of any wife or member of the family of prophet Mohammad, subject to three years imprisonment.”

The article continues and shows you how the legal system became even more brutal and harsh against all minorities in Pakistan or against any person who supports freedom or liberty.

For “In 1982, another amendment was made and section 295-B was added in PPC, punishable with imprisonment of life.” Then the most controversial part was added in 1986 because “section 295-C, was added, the most serious, controversial and presently invoked amendment was made, a capital punishment of death penalty.”

Therefore, in modern day Pakistan you can be killed on the grounds of blasphemy according to the judicial system. Of course the blasphemy law is about Islamizing Pakistan and crushing all minorities or people who disagree with Islamization.

After all, in the past “fear,” Islamic Sharia law and “dhimmitude” was part and parcel of Islamization and the same applies to laws which always favour Muslims versus non-Muslims during legal cases. Therefore, the blasphemy law is about stifling religious minorities and of course it panders to radical Islamists who desire to kill and persecute all minorities or any deemed enemy.

Joseph Keenan further comments that “There have been many arrests of Christians under section 295-B & C in Pakistan. Some have been brutally murdered in day light from (the) hands of radical Muslims, some killed in jails and police lock ups.” He also makes it clear that fairness and protection is not happening and clearly the treatment of people accused of blasphemy is brutal and harsh.

Therefore, I hope many people join Dr. Nazir S. Bhatti because a “Black Day” will be observed on August 11, 2009, in order to highlight the ongoing suffering of Christians in Pakistan and the recent brutal murders which took place in the town of Gojra.

All information can be found at http://pakistanchristianpost.com The Pakistan Christian Post. Therefore, it is clear that “Black Day” is a way to raise a very important issue because does Pakistan want to modernize or Islamize?

Also, “the soul of Pakistan” is being blighted by hatred and moderate Christians, Muslims, Hindus, atheists, or whoever, must stand up and be counted because freedom and liberty is under assault and dangerous forces want to impose radical versions of Islam on the masses.

If the government of Pakistan wants a bright future for all citizens in this nation then real changes must be implemented and the forces of radical Sunni Islam must be crushed. Pakistan is “at the crossroads and on the abyss” because in parts of this nation it is a failed state because government control is being challenged by radical Sunni Islamic fighters.

Yet the real tragedy for minorities in Pakistan, irrespective if Christian, Shia Muslim, Ahmadiyya Muslim, Hindu, or whatever; is that minorities face systematic persecution at the hands of both radical Sunni Islamists and the central government. It is time for a new way in Pakistan and repealing the blasphemy law would be a good start and after the recent brutal murders of Christians, I clearly support Dr. Nazir S. Bhatti and other leaders who want the legal system changed.

LEE JAY WALKER

http://www.theseoultimes.com

http://www.leejaywalker.wordpress.com

leejayteach@hotmail.com

 

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