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Oh Yeah Forgot to Mention Islam the True Religion of Peace and Tolerance (Yeah Right)

 
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Oh Yeah Forgot to Mention Islam the True Religion of Peace and Tolerance (Yeah Right)
Why is a story like this no suprise? And many want to be tolerant of this "religion", I think not.

Pakistan: Muslims burn Christian man as policeman rapes his wife
by Ahmar Mustikhan | March 23, 2010 at 12:18 pm


Washington, D.C. (March 23, 2010)– Travesty of justice does not fit the description of the events. This is simple barbarism.


International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that a Christian man, Arshed Masih, died yesterday after Muslims burned him alive for refusing to recant his faith. Additionally, a Muslim policeman raped Masih’s wife.



Masih and his wife, Martha, worked and lived at the house of Sheik Mohammad Sultan, a powerful Muslim businessman in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, since 2005.



Pakistan's most powerful man, army chef General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani is from the Rawalpindi area and is visiting the U.S. capitol.


[link to www.nowpublic.com]
"If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy"- James Madison

"Joining the military does not mean that you will be defending the country. The purpose of the U.S. military should be to defend the United States. Period. Yet, one of the greatest myths ever invented is that the current U.S. military somehow defends our freedoms. First of all, our freedoms are not in danger of being taken away by foreign countries; if they are taken away it will be by our own government. It is not a country making war on us that we need to fear, it is our government making war on the Bill of Rights. And second, how is stationing troops in 150 different regions of the world on hundreds of U.S. military bases defending our freedoms? It is not the purpose of the U.S. military to change regimes, secure the borders of other countries, or spread democracy at gunpoint. The Department of Defense should first and foremost be the Department of Homeland Security."--Laurence Vance--
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Why is a story like this no suprise? And many want to be tolerant of this "religion", I think not.

Pakistan: Muslims burn Christian man as policeman rapes his wife
by Ahmar Mustikhan | March 23, 2010 at 12:18 pm


Washington, D.C. (March 23, 2010)– Travesty of justice does not fit the description of the events. This is simple barbarism.


International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that a Christian man, Arshed Masih, died yesterday after Muslims burned him alive for refusing to recant his faith. Additionally, a Muslim policeman raped Masih’s wife.



Masih and his wife, Martha, worked and lived at the house of Sheik Mohammad Sultan, a powerful Muslim businessman in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, since 2005.



Pakistan's most powerful man, army chef General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani is from the Rawalpindi area and is visiting the U.S. capitol.


[link to www.nowpublic.com]
 Quoting: Tols



Thanks OP

Can you imagine the 'reaction' if this story was the opposite

ie Christian man killing Islam man because the muslim man wouldn't renounce his faith and then a Christian policeman raped his muslim wife.


Oh, it would start world war 3, and the tabloids would become rich overnight!
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Re: Oh Yeah Forgot to Mention Islam the True Religion of Peace and Tolerance (Yeah Right)
Why is a story like this no suprise? And many want to be tolerant of this "religion", I think not.

Pakistan: Muslims burn Christian man as policeman rapes his wife
by Ahmar Mustikhan | March 23, 2010 at 12:18 pm


Washington, D.C. (March 23, 2010)– Travesty of justice does not fit the description of the events. This is simple barbarism.


International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that a Christian man, Arshed Masih, died yesterday after Muslims burned him alive for refusing to recant his faith. Additionally, a Muslim policeman raped Masih’s wife.



Masih and his wife, Martha, worked and lived at the house of Sheik Mohammad Sultan, a powerful Muslim businessman in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, since 2005.



Pakistan's most powerful man, army chef General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani is from the Rawalpindi area and is visiting the U.S. capitol.


[link to www.nowpublic.com]



Thanks OP

Can you imagine the 'reaction' if this story was the opposite

ie Christian man killing Islam man because the muslim man wouldn't renounce his faith and then a Christian policeman raped his muslim wife.


Oh, it would start world war 3, and the tabloids would become rich overnight!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1106950



It would be Nazi Germany all over again with laws being made to round up all Christians and putting them in concentration camps to protect the public.

Of course this whole article is a whole mis-understanding and the reporter and witnesses fabricated this whole event because Muslims would never ever do this to anyone outside their faith.
"If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy"- James Madison

"Joining the military does not mean that you will be defending the country. The purpose of the U.S. military should be to defend the United States. Period. Yet, one of the greatest myths ever invented is that the current U.S. military somehow defends our freedoms. First of all, our freedoms are not in danger of being taken away by foreign countries; if they are taken away it will be by our own government. It is not a country making war on us that we need to fear, it is our government making war on the Bill of Rights. And second, how is stationing troops in 150 different regions of the world on hundreds of U.S. military bases defending our freedoms? It is not the purpose of the U.S. military to change regimes, secure the borders of other countries, or spread democracy at gunpoint. The Department of Defense should first and foremost be the Department of Homeland Security."--Laurence Vance--
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