Posted on January 26, 2011
Filed Under >Adil Najam, Law & Justice, Religion
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32 responses to “Killing Muslims: Lahore and Karachi Attacked”

  1. Talat says:

    nah says:
    (January 27th, 2011 6:29 am)

    “This is in regards to your comment about “Illam Din had killed a Hindu by attacking him bravely with his own knife”

    This shows that there is no difference between you and the animals you criticise.”

    No dear, you miss-understood me. I was not trying to differentiate among humans and animals on subjective bases but between Qadri and Ilam deen, and that too only on factual grounds.

    In fact when we see humans like ID and Q lynching their fellow beings on the basis of some ambiguous allegation of blasphemy, I am led to consider animals far better than humans.

  2. Peace says:

    Monano Says
    “I know there are extremist elements in different sects but they never used suicide bombings for inter-sect killings, they never had the potential nor they have now.”

    The extremist elements can issue Fatwas of Kufr and Fatwas to kill (by Maulana Haneef and many others) and there are hundreds of books being sold across the country containing these fatwas of different sects against other sects and when some fanatics (Mumtaz Qadri) start acting on these Fatwas, we instead of blaming and controlling Fatwa issuers, we start saying that no Muslim can do this and that they are sell-outs.

    We see all the fatwas to kill spread all around us but do not want to accept that there are many fanatics out there getting influenced by these Fatwas.

    And if some one start blaming these fanatics and Fatwa Issuers (our mullahs), we start saying that he or she is blaming Islam and we start calling them Liberal Facists.