PAKISTANI MUSLIM policeman axes a man to death over alleged blasphemy


A policeman in Pakistan hacked a man to death for allegedly making derogatory remarks about the companions of the Prophet Muhammad, police said, just two days after a Christian couple was lynched over unsubstantiated charges of blasphemy in the same province.

NY Post  The man, Tufail Haider, 55, was taken into custody late Wednesday in the city of Gujrat after a group of people allegedly overheard him making the remarks, beat him up and handed him over to police.


“Officer Faraz Naveed brought him to the police station and sent him to lockup. Haider did not stop using nasty words about Sahaba (the companions) despite warnings from various officials,” said police officer Khurram Shehzad.

“At around 5 a.m., Naveed could not control his emotions. He went into his cell, brought an ax, entered the lockup and hit Haider’s throat several times.” Haider died on the spot, police said.

Blasphemy is a serious offense in conservative Muslim Pakistan, where those accused are sometimes lynched on the spot.


On Tuesday, in another part of Punjab province, a mob beat a Christian married couple to death and burned their bodies in a brick kiln for allegedly desecrating a Koran.

Blasphemy charges, even when they do go to court, are punishable by death in Muslim-majority Pakistan. They are hard to fight because the law does not define clearly what is blasphemous.

Even presenting the evidence in court can sometimes itself be considered a fresh infringement. Pakistan’s minorities feel that the state fails to protect them, and even tolerates violence against them.

Protesters hold up placards while demanding the release of Asia Bibi, a Pakistani Christian sentenced to death for blasphemy in Karachi

Last month, a British man with a history of mental illness, sentenced to death for blasphemy this year, was shot and wounded by a prison guard in his cell.

Also in October, a Pakistani court upheld the death penalty against a Christian woman, Asia Bibi, who is also accused of blasphemy, in a case that drew global headlines after two prominent politicians who tried to help her were assassinated.

Pakistani students gather to demonstrate against a Facebook page amid anger over a page on the social networking site which encourages users to post images of Islam's Prophet Muhammad


CRAPISTAN: Christian couple severely beaten and burned alive for allegedly desecrating a quran

An enraged MUSLIM mob beat a Christian couple in Pakistan, then burnt their bodies in the brick kiln where they worked for allegedly desecrating pages of Holy Quran, police said. The incident took place at the town of Kot Radha Kishan, and is the latest example of mob violence against minorities accused of blasphemy.

Samaa (h/t Susan K)  “A mob attacked a Christian couple after accusing them of desecration of the Holy Quran and burnt their bodies at a brick kiln where they worked,” local police station official Bin-Yameen told AFP.  Blasphemy is a hugely sensitive issue in the majority Muslim country, with even unproven allegations often prompting mob violence. Anyone convicted, or even just accused, of insulting Islam, risks a violent and bloody death at the hands of vigilantes.




In a new video, Boko Haram’s leader said the 219 kidnapped schoolgirls who remain hostages of the Islamist group had converted to Islam and were married off. The group also denied Nigerian claims that a ceasefire had been agreed.


France24  In a new video obtained by AFP, the Islamist group’s leader, Abubakar Shekau, denied claims by Nigeria’s government that it had agreed to a ceasefire and apparently ruled out any future talks on the release of the girls. Some 276 schoolgirls were kidnapped from the remote northeast town of Chibok in Borno state in April, sending Boko Haram – whose five-year insurgency in northern Nigeria has claimed an estimated 13,000 lives – into the international spotlight.

The new video comes after a surprise announcement by the Nigerian military and presidency on October 17 that a deal had been reached with the militants to end hostilities and return the kidnapped children. There was immediate scepticism about both claims. Previous ceasefires have proved fruitless and there is little faith in the influence of the purported envoy to Boko Haram, Danladi Ahmadu.


Violence – and fresh kidnappings – have continued unabated since the announcement, including a triple bombing of a bus station in the northern city of Gombe on Friday that killed at least eight.

Nigeria’s government maintains that talks are ongoing in the Chadian capital, Ndjamena. “We have not made ceasefire with anyone,” said Shekau, speaking in the local Hausa language and dressed in military fatigues with a black turban. Any such claims were a “lie”, he added.

“We did not negotiate with anyone … It’s a lie. It’s a lie. We will not negotiate. What is our business with negotiation? Allah said we should not,” he said, flanked by 15 of his armed fighters. He also said he did not know the Nigerian mediator Danladi.



There was no indication of when or where the video was shot but it was obtained through the same channels as previous communications from the group. Shekau mentions the Chibok girls for the first time since a video obtained on May 5, when more than 100 of the girls were shown in a rural location dressed in the hijab and reciting verses from the Koran.

“Don’t you know the over 200 Chibok schoolgirls have converted to Islam? They have now memorised two chapters of the Koran,” he said. Shekau previously threatened to sell the girls and has also suggested he would be prepared to release them in exchange for Boko Haram prisoners.


“We have married them off. They are in their marital homes,” he said, laughing.

Human Rights Watch said in a report published this week that Boko Haram was holding upwards of 500 women and young girls and that forced marriage was commonplace in the militant camps.

One former hostage said she saw some of the Chibok girls forced to cook and clean for other women and girls who had been chosen for “special treatment because of their beauty”.



CNN’s Muslim Fareed Zakaria: “Muslims are right to complain that there is anti-Muslim bigotry

Zakaria says, there is a problem within Islam. It’s not enough for Muslims to point out that these people do not represent the religion. They don’t. (Oh, yes they DO) Muslims need to take more active measures to (pretend to) protest these heinous acts. 

When news flashed that a man had shot and killed a Canadian soldier in front of the War Memorial in Canada, what most people were wondering but not saying out loud was, is it another Muslim? And it was. As was the man who ran over two Canadian soldiers in Quebec, Martin Rouleau Couture. As was Zale Thompson who attacked four police officers in Queens, New York, also this week. Not to mention the Muslim convert in Oklahoma who beheaded a white Christian grandmother at work a few weeks ago.


As Canada mourns its fallen soldier, Nathan Cirillo, murdered by a Muslim terrorist in Ottawa last week, his grieving dogs patiently await his return


Canadian military reservist Nathan Cirillo was killed at gunpoint this week by a jihadist gunman in his nation’s capital, leaving behind a loving family and several adopted dogs for which loved ones say he harbored a deep devotion.

Breitbart (h/t Jim Y)  Those dogs, media sources report, remain waiting for Cirillo at his door, peering out his gate alongside makeshift memorials left for the fallen soldier. According to sources cited by the Daily MailCirillo was known to be dedicated to helping dogs, owning two of his own and recently nursing a stray back to health.

Canada’s CTV News reports that two dogs were seen by passersby leaving flowers in Cirillo’s honor peeking through the gate of his home in Hamilton, Ontario.


Both sources note that Cirillo’s Instagram account was filled with photos of his dogs, both those who lived with him and those he temporarily adopted to help them recover when found as strays or ill. He described them as “family.”

Cirillo leaves behind his mother and a 6-year-old son, who the Daily Mail notes Cirillo was raising on his own after the boy’s mother was “no longer in the picture.” It is believed that the boy, Marcus, will now live with his grandmother. Cirillo was 24.


Cirillo was a reservist in the Canadian military and was working his regular shift protecting the National War Memorial outside of the Canadian Parliament on Wednesday, when a man now identified as Michel Zehaf-Bibeau opened fire on him and attempted to enter the Parliament building. Cirillo was unarmed at the time.


Zehaf-Bibeau was eventually killed before causing any more harm by the Parliament’s Sergeant at Arms, 58-year-old Kevin Vickers. Vickers, a longtime veteran of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, is being widely celebrated in Canada as a hero; without his quick reaction to the crisis, Zehaf-Bibeau may have killed more innocents.


In an address to the nation, Prime Minister Stephen Harper honored Cirillo and made clear that he viewed Zehaf-Bibeau’s attack– widely believed to have been inspired by jihadist ideology– as a political attack “on our country, on our values…as a free and democratic people.” He added that Canada will continue to monitor individuals that appear at high-risk for jihadist activity; Zehaf-Bibeau himself was seen as a potential threat and had his passport delayed to prevent him from leaving the country, reports show.



GREAT NEWS! Buddhists are succeeding in driving Muslims out of Myanmar (Burma)

More than 100,000 minority Muslims have fled from religious violence and retaliatory persecution in Myanmar. In recent weeks blowback against Rohingya Muslims in western Myanmar has led to a mass exodus, as at least 8,000 people fled to neighboring Thailand, Bangladesh, India and Nepal.

When you piss off a peaceful population like the Buddhists this much, you know you’ve gone too far.

Buddhist monks protest presence of violent Muslims in Myanmar

Buddhist monks protest presence of violent Muslims in Myanmar

IB Times  Rohingya muslims escaped by boat, desperate to escape communal violence that broke out two years and has driven more than 100,000 muslims to flee across the borders to neighbouring countries.

Chris Lewa, director of the nonprofit Rohingya advocacy group Arakan Project, told the Associated Press that an average of 900 people per day are been piling into cargo ships moored off Rakhine state since the 15 October.

Lewa said that some Rohingya families have been told the huge cargo ships already have started arriving in Thailand. But Rohingya people who fled to Thailand still faced deportation and often fell victim to human traffickers.

Buddhist woman beheaded in Myanmar by Rohinga Muslims

Buddhist woman beheaded in Myanmar by Rohinga Muslims

Myanmar is a Buddhist nation of 50 million. But an estimated 1.3 million Rohingya muslims, who are known to have migrated from neighboring Bangladesh generations ago, live in the northern tip of Rakhine state.

The Rohingya have been denied Myanmar citizenship and have been attacked by Buddhist mobs, which has left hundreds dead and 140,000 trapped in camps. In recent months Myanmar authorities have begun an aggressive campaign to register Rohingya members as Bengalis, and label them as illegal migrants from Bangladesh.


Rohingya villagers told the Associated Press said that some of them were confined to their villages for weeks at a time for refusing to take part in the “verification” process; others said they had been beaten or arrested. Rakhine state authorities denied any knowledge of any abuse.

Every year Rohingya muslims travel from the Rakhine state to celebrate Eid al-Adha with family and friends. The estimates are similar to figures compiled by the UN – which has labeled the Rohingya one of the most persecuted religious minorities in the world – are that nearly double the number of people are leaving the area that the same period in 2013.

Buddhist woman explains what Muslims have done to her country and her own family:






























Kuwaiti writer wonders why Arab Muslim countries aren’t contributing anything to fight the spread of Ebola?

Especially considering that two out the three countries (Guinea and Sierra Leone) with the worst Ebola outbreaks are Muslim-majority nations.

By Ahmad Al-Sarraf


Kuwait Times (h/t Carla W)  The Ebola virus that is widespread in West Africa is considered very dangerous, bearing in mind that the world has known it since 1976, but it became more rampant lately and took thousands of lives in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. All these nations lack the most basic of medical requirements in villages and remote areas, making the control of the spread of this virus something extremely hard.

The World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva announced that Ebola has become “a global health hazard”, and even America was not immune from it after a person infected with it arrived there.


Despite what is being said about the tough war between the world and this disease, the truth is that Western countries alone are concerned with eradicating it, as the number of its victims reached 4,000 lately, in addition to tens of thousands of infected people.

WHO said the number of victims of this epidemic will reach more than 20,000 if it is not brought under control before the end of next month, while the world does not have any cure or vaccine against this disease.


The strange (or normal) thing is that the only areas that are trying to do something to find a cure for this disease, or those who donated to affected countries where this epidemic paralyzed economies, or those who volunteered to work in their hospitals as medical teams or nurses are all from Western countries, European in particular, and Israel! For the rest of the countries, this may be expected from almost all of them, because they have their own calculations, interests, tremendous problems and views towards matters.

But what is the excuse of most Muslim and rich Arab countries in particular, that spend hundreds of millions of dinars on religious satellite channels of various sects that corrupt minds and attitudes?  The answer is nothing, of course.

Rather these countries were the only ones who prayed against these countries that participated and contributed and its citizens took risks to eradicate this contagious epidemic or at least contain it.


They continue to pray against them from mosques pulpits, religious channels and school curricula, hoping that Allah burns the Westerners’ trees, orphans Israeli children, widows Danish women, dries up the wells of the Australians and eradicates the children of New Zealand! This is what we have got used to hear during the past few decades! But what will be the stand of those speakers and propagandists if this disease or suchlike reaches their countries.

Then who will come to our rescue? Is it not the West with its labs, doctors, nurses and volunteers? Do not be shameless and stop making such prayers while we are is this medical, scientific and industrial ineptness. Don’t most our governments feel ashamed for allowing those ignorants making such prayers as the answer. No, of course!

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