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10 Replies to “Blasphemous Cartoon Exibition is the Highest form of Terrorism By Dr Ashraf Asif Jalali In Pakistan”

  1. PAKISTAN – TLP to march to Islamabad on Aug 29 against Dutch blasphemous cartoons

    Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) has announced that it will begin a “decisive march” from Lahore to Islamabad on Wednesday, and will “stay on the streets until either the publication of blasphemous cartoons in the Netherlands end or the govt immediately ends diplomatic ties with the Dutch”.

    Incensed by an announcement by Dutch parliamentarian Geert Wilders to hold a competition of blasphemous caricatures, the TLP held a meeting in Lahore on Sunday and came up with its line of action and demands.

    The religiopolitical party urged the PTI government to not only “discontinue diplomatic and commercial relations with the Netherlands” but also “demand from other Islamic countries to do the same”.

    The TLP also demands that since the said competition’s judge is an American national, “therefore, strict measures should also be taken against the US.”

    Furthermore, the party said that “it will take the streets at 2 pm on Wednesday (August 29) and begin from Data Darbar Lahore its march towards the capital.”


    TLP – Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan


    TLP Sick Hate Monger has arrived in Holland to kill Geert Wilders.

    ( in Urdu ???? )

    • ( in Dutch ) CARTOONWEDSTRIJD: Wilders met dood bedreigd

      Op het Centraal Station in Den Haag is een man van 26 opgepakt. Hij had op Facebook een filmpje gezet waarin hij Geert Wilders met de dood bedreigt vanwege de cartoonwedstrijd die de PVV over de profeet Mohammed wil houden. De video is gemaakt op Den Haag Centraal en de man spreekt Urdu, de nationale taal van Pakistan.

      Wilders zelf meent van de Nationaal Coördinator Terreurbestrijding en Veiligheid te hebben begrepen dat het gaat om een Pakistaan. De PVV-leider heeft vandaag over de zaak twee keer contact gehad met de NCTV.

      De NCTV bevestigt dat er met Wilders is gesproken over de aanhouding en zegt dat er regulier overleg is met de PVV-leider. Verder worden geen mededelingen gedaan, ook niet over extra beveiligingsmaatregelen.

      De melding over het filmpje kwam gisteren binnen bij de politie, die onmiddellijk een onderzoek begon.


      google translate :

      A man of 26 was arrested at Central Station in The Hague. He had put a video on Facebook in which he threatens Geert Wilders with the death because of the cartoon contest that the PVV wants to keep about the prophet Mohammed. The video was made at The Hague Central and the man speaks Urdu, the national language of Pakistan.

      Wilders himself thinks that the National Coordinator for Terror and Security has understood that it is a Pakistani. The PVV leader has had contact with the NCTV twice today about the case.

      The NCTV confirms that Wilders has spoken about the arrest and says that there is regular consultation with the PVV leader. Furthermore, no announcements are made, nor about extra security measures.

      The report about the video came in yesterday to the police, who immediately started an investigation.

      NOS video ( 28 sec ) with Dutch subs –

    • Story in Dutch :

      Man aangehouden die in video Wilders met dood bedreigt

      Op het Centraal Station in Den Haag is een man van 26 opgepakt. Hij had op Facebook een filmpje gezet waarin hij Geert Wilders met de dood bedreigt vanwege de cartoonwedstrijd die de PVV over de profeet Mohammed wil houden. De video is gemaakt op Den Haag Centraal en de man spreekt Urdu, de nationale taal van Pakistan.

      more :


      VoA – Threats Mount Over Dutch Cartoon Contest With Bounty Placed on Wilders

      A Pakistani cricketer has offered a reward for the murder of firebrand anti-Muslim Dutch politician Geert Wilders for organizing a cartoon contest depicting Islam’s Prophet Muhammad.

      The incendiary bounty offer is adding to fears in the Netherlands that the cartoon competition, which was announced June 12, will lead to targeted violence, either in Holland or against Western targets in Pakistan, by religious militants including so-called Islamic State (IS) or assassins inspired by the terror group.

      In 2015, two French militants who had sworn allegiance to al-Qaida massacred 12 people at satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo’s offices, ostensibly for the printing of cartoons of Muhammad. The attack was the first in a wave of terrorism in France that has left more than 240 dead during the past three years.

      Between 2,000 and 3,000 protesters in Pakistan’s capital, Islamabad, were prevented earlier this month from pelting the Dutch embassy with stones. Protesters say the contest is sacrilegious.

      Khalid Latif, who last year was banned from playing cricket for five years in a spot-fixing scandal, announced a $24,000 bounty on Wilders and his far-right party colleagues on Facebook. Spot-fixing is predetermining the outcome of a particular passage of play, as opposed to fixing the outcome of a match.

      Wilders has said he has more than 200 entries for the contest, which will be judged by American cartoonist and former Muslim Bosch Fawstin.

      Because the judge is an American, Pakistani Islamists say the United States should also be blamed for holding the contest. The Islamist party, Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP), which has demanded Islamabad break diplomatic ties with the Netherlands, says “strict measures should also be taken against the U.S.”

      Pakistan’s new Prime Minister Imran Khan, a former international cricketer, has acknowledged the growing furor, promising in his maiden speech this week in the Pakistani Senate that he will raise the issue of blasphemous caricatures in the U.N. General Assembly. “Very few in the West understand the pain caused to Muslims by such blasphemous activities,” said Khan.

      Wilders’ Dutch Party for Freedom, which opposes Muslim immigration to the Netherlands, is the second-largest in the Dutch parliament. Wilders tweeted he had received clearance from the Dutch counterterrorism agency to hold the competition in the PVV’s parliamentary offices.

      Wilders’ Dutch critics say the contest is needlessly provocative and Prime Minister Mark Rutte has denounced the competition as “not respectful,” but he has refused Pakistani demands for the contest to be banned, arguing the Netherlands values freedom of speech.

      Three years ago, the Dutch parliament turned down Wilders’ plan to hold an exhibition of anti-Islam cartoons inside the legislature’s complex, saying “exhibitions in parliament must focus on the role of parliament and should not offer a platform to party political statements or be controversial.”

      Khan says he will campaign for a global ban on cartoons of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad. A pledge secular-minded critics of the new prime minister say is playing politics with religion. Khan has condemned religious killings, but he supports an article in Pakistan’s constitution mandating the death penalty for any “imputation, insinuation or innuendo” against Muhammad.

      “Less than a week in office, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has made blasphemy one of his first issues, empowering militants and initiating international moves, long heralded by Saudi Arabia, that would restrict press freedom by pushing for a global ban,” argues James Dorsey, an analyst at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore.

      On Monday, Pakistan’s Senate approved a unanimous resolution condemning the caricature contest, saying that it “considers the proposed competition tantamount to inciting hatred, racial prejudice, unrest, conflict and insecurity in a world that has already seen much bloodshed, racism, extremism, intolerance and Islamophobia.”

      The furor over Wilders’ contest echoes Muslim protests 13 years ago against a Danish newspaper for publishing cartoons depicting Muhammed in bad light. The Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published a dozen editorial cartoons in 2005, saying it was an attempt to contribute to the debate about criticism of Islam and self-censorship. One of the cartoons showed the prophet with a bomb in his turban. Anger about the publication built up over time.

      Now, as then, hardline Islamists began to jump on the controversy.

      Last week, the head of an influential madrassa in Lahore, radical spiritual leader Mufti Muhammad Abid Jalali, warned, “In the name of so-called freedom of speech, the West continues to publish blasphemous texts and images. Even certain animals are sometimes used, while knowing how sensitive that is in Islam. If the West perseveres in this, it can expect an appropriate response.”

      He told Dutch reporters, “Islam is above all a religion of peace, and we condemn all terrorist groups that commit violence on behalf of Islam. But if non-Muslims have no respect for the prophet, peace with him, or ridicule Islam, as is happening in the Netherlands, we have no choice but to respond.”



      video : Khalid Latif

  2. Associated Press – Dutch police detain man suspected of threat to Geert Wilders

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Police say they have detained a 26-year-old man suspected of threatening an attack on the Dutch Parliament or on the organizer of a Prophet Muhammad cartoon competition scheduled to be held in November.

    Police didn’t name the targeted organizer by name Tuesday, 🙂 🙂 🙂 but the cartoon contest is organized by anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders and will be staged in his party’s tightly-guarded office in the Parliament complex.

    Physical depictions of Allah or the Prophet Muhammad, even positive ones, are forbidden in Islam.

    Police did not release any details of the suspect or his identity.</strong
    They say he made the threat in a Facebook post. The suspect likely will be arraigned on Friday.

    Wilders has for years lived under round-the-clock security due to repeated death threats.


  3. Blasphemous Cartoon Exibition is the Highest form of Terrorism By Dr Ashraf Asif Jalali In Pakistan

    Obviously, Dr Ashraf Asif Jalali has little familiarity with multi-megaton, enhanced yield (i.e., neutron), thermonuclear devices.

    Keep honking … we’re reloading.

    No, seriously…

  4. I’ve translated the video for our western viewers.
    ” damn women. damn women. damn women. damn women.
    look around you, do you see any damn meddlesome women.
    damn women, damn women.
    who needs these women when we have the most perfect gift of all from Allah.
    who will deny that the naked hind end of a beardless boy is Allah’s most precocious gift.
    will you deny that the contemplation of the beardless bottom is not in Allah’s way.
    Damn women. Damn women.”

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