We Will Spread Blood Everywhere

Islam is the religion of peace, and every man you see with a beard and no moustache is Mother Theresa

From CNN:

Pakistani Islamists shout slogans during a rally in Karachi Sunday against the amendment of the blasphemy laws.
Pakistani Islamists shout slogans during a rally in Karachi Sunday against the amendment of the blasphemy laws.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Thousand rally in Karachi to support Pakistan’s blasphemy laws
  • The laws make blasphemy a crime punishable by death to insult Islam
  • Some banners at the rally supported the accused assassin of the governor of Punjab
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(CNN) — Thousands of people turned out in Karachi Sunday to show their support for Pakistan’s current blasphemy laws and warn the government against changing the laws.

The rally, called by the leaders of several hard-line Islamic groups, closed main roads and markets throughout the city. Demonstrators demanded Pakistan leave its blasphemy laws untouched. They make it a crime punishable by death to insult Islam, the Quran or the Prophet Mohammed.

A number of banners at the rally stated support for Muhammad Mumtaz Qadri, accused of shooting the governor of Punjab province earlier this month. Qadri was a bodyguard for Gov. Salman Taseer, a liberal lawmaker who spoke out against the blasphemy laws. Qadri told police he assassinated Taseer because “he did blasphemy of the Prophet Mohammed.”

A bill is now before the Pakistani parliament that would change the current blasphemy laws. It calls for a tighter definition of the term to avoid cases like that of Asia Bibi, a Christian woman who was sentenced to death under the law. A court found the 45-year-old woman guilty of defiling the name of the Prophet Mohammed during a 2009 argument with fellow Muslim field workers.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

5 Replies to “We Will Spread Blood Everywhere”

  1. I’m sorry, but those are bad people. They are protesting for the right to unfairly treat members of the Christian minority, and they have no idea that they are doing anything wrong. It’s not a matter of ‘I say tomato and you say tomato’ – Pakistan is an evil country populated by evil people.

  2. There are people who want to enforce the blasphemy laws in all Islamic countries, and it looks like a couple of more nations will start enforcing them soon.

  3. that woman in the clip makes an important point: the blasphemy law should be there to protect the xtian minority, not the allahist majority.

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