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Monday, November 14, 2005

Christian Persecution? Surely you Jest

Wow, I imagine this won't get a lick of airtime. But some brave souls will report the truth.

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=47380

Read it and weep.

Anti-Christian rampage features 2,000 MuslimsOrganized vandals in buses burn churches, convent, schools, homes of pastors, priests
Posted: November 13, 20054:59 p.m. Eastern

© 2005 WorldNetDaily.com

They came in buses to the small village of Sangla Hill in the Nankana district of Punjab in Pakistan.
Some 2,000 organized Muslims first vandalized three churches, a nuns' convent, two Catholic schools, the houses of a Protestant pastor and a Catholic priest, a girls' hostel and some Christian homes, according to Asia News.

I dare you all to chalk this up as sporadic violence. I dare you. They were bused in. Bused in, not wandering or suddenly met up, this was planned. At least, unlike Indonesia, no one's head was cut off. Although, these mooselimbs may try and correct that....

Then they burned them to the ground, while about 450 Christian families fled yesterday. They have not returned.

And they probably never will. Could you blame them at all?

The Justice and Peace Commission accuses the police of "criminal negligence" because they did not intervene.

This is eerily similar to Kristallnacht, when Jewish property and citizens were violated and desecrated by the roving Nazi Storm Troopers, in plainclothes. And like the November 9, 1938 event, the regular police stood by and watched. They did not aid the attackers, but they did not protect the victims. Where's the outcry from Amnesty International and MoveOn.org over this one? Wait, these victims are the soulless camelfellaters, that AI and MorOn.org love and hold dear.

Lawrence John Saldanha, archbishop of Lahore Archdiocese and chairman of the National Commission for Justice and Peace, said "the attack seems to have been planned and organized as the attackers were brought to the site in buses and instigated to commit violence and arson. It gave our people a lot of fear and anxiety but we hope the government will do something."

Those pesky buses, crammed and timed so well.... And the government will do nothing. Musharaff is placating the fundamentalists so he is not assassinated. Kind of odd how the Taliban cannot be found, but they are out, bright as day, doing this in Pakistan.

The violence began 10 a.m. Saturday and was apparently motivated by the latest blasphemy case. On Friday, a Christian, Yousaf Masih, allegedly burned some copies of the Quran and disappeared.

Now, is this made up, like the US troops flushing Qurans in the Gitmo toilets? Or is there more to why the book was burned? I would not burn the Quran. Likewise, I prefer not to use it for wiping.

One of his brothers, Salim Masih was arrested the day before. The Commission of Justice and Peace in Lahore ruled that the blasphemy accusations were false and stemmed from the accusers having a financial dispute with the families they accused.

Ding, ding, ding, a set up!

Saqib Sohail Bhatti, a Christian in Sangla Hill, explained Masih is an illiterate who would not even be able to distinguish the Quran from any other book.

interesting, very interesting....

Muslim clerical leaders yesterday called their flocks to gather outside the Jamia Madni Masjid central mosque where they urged them to attack the Christians. In fiery speeches, the leaders provoked the mob to set to fire each and every Christian place of worship.

Funny, this is like England and in France. Provocations to violence, angry rhetoric, stirred up brown people, and cops do NOTHING. Yes, let's embrace the guys who wanna burn you alive. How about, give em a 21 gun salute. To their heads.....

The angry mob started with Masih's house and then turned on the house of his brother. Then they headed for the Presbyterian Church, setting ablaze the building, books and the house of the local pastor, Tajamal Perveiz. Then they turned on the Catholic Church of the Holy Spirit and the adjacent convent as well as the home of the Father Semson Dilawar, the parish priest.
The crowd of some 2,000 Muslims also caused severe damage to the Saint Anthony schools, destroying furniture, records, laboratories and the library.

More great works from the Religion of Peace. So-called tolerants. So-called better than Christians. When was the last time, REAL CHRISTIANS, with love of God and man, did this crap? Hmmmmm, the 33rd of Neveruary comes to mind.....

The Church of the Salvation Army was also damaged.
A Christian member of Parliament, Akram Gill, accused police of sitting on their hands during the rampage.

Which they did.

He telephoned for help but got none. Anwar Sohail, who also witnessed the incidents, told Asia News that "police were there when the mob came to attack the Catholic Church but they fled away and let the protesters enter the Church."

Hired help? Or willing accomplices? God Only knows, since no one there will be truthful.

8 Comments:

  • At 9:43 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    When was the last time, REAL CHRISTIANS, with love of God and man, did this crap?

    ...probably the same date that real MUSLIMS did that crap -- never.

    Though thats just stupid to call people REAL CHRISTIANS and REAL MUSLIMS. Anyone who claims to be a REAL [fill in religion], must be just that.

    Rather than segregate by religion, why can't you just look at people for what they do. People that burn Christian churches are wrong (IMO). Christians that killed Jews and enslaved blacks were wrong (IMO). It's not a matter of them being a "REAL" [religion] or not - just decent people.

     
  • At 8:34 PM, Blogger chefwes said…

    How about blacks that enslaved blacks and sold them into slavery?
    If you've read your history, you know that it was other African (yes, Black) tribes that attacked, enslaved and sold other Africans into slavery.
    But wait, slavery has not (and IS not) solely relegated to Africans, throughout History ALL races have been subjected to slavery. Do you see the White (or Jewish) people demanding reparations from the Romans for the thousands of years of slavery that they (and other races) were subjected to by the Romans? Are the Jews demanding reparations from the Egyptians (or for that matter, any if the Muslims), for the thousands of years of slavery they were forced into? Are the Whites demanding reparations from the Asians for the slavery they're being forced into there now(and vice versa)? Are the Europeans demanding reparations from each other for the thousands of years of slavery that each individual population was forced into by the dominant population at the time? Are the Europeans demanding reparations from the Asians, for the enforced slavery at the hands of Ghengis Khan, and others?
    Ummm yeah, this isnt really about slavery, but it fits in well. Substitute the race factor for the religion factor, and you have the same thing. We see no condemnation from the left for the bad things other "religions" or groups do, only condemnation for what we may have done in the past!

     
  • At 9:43 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    We see no condemnation from the left for the bad things other "religions" or groups do, only condemnation for what we may have done in the past!

    Something I fully disagree with. ...which is why I wrote what I did and suggested if we're going to judge, why not at least judge on what we DO rather than on the basis of some religion.

    What I also disagree with, however, is Nick - and people like him - that believe the only answer is to kill everyone that opposes what he believes our country stands for.

     
  • At 11:52 AM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    "What I also disagree with, however, is Nick - and people like him - that believe the only answer is to kill everyone that opposes what he believes our country stands for."

    Talk about me in the third person, you frickin coward? Who the hell do you think you are? I didn't say kill everyone, you waste of oxygen. If you read the passage, I did not say kill all mooselimbs. Now, we may make exceptions and get rid of some turncoats also.

    Tell you what, Kev, you're so enlightened and so tough and just, you deal with these headcutters and tell them your nontheistic gobblygook. You'll get a real close shave from a sariscan sword for your trouble.

    And tell you what, you arrogant little prick, I am not alone in the view that wiping the animals is the only option left. That's not to say everyone is an animal, but the ones who kill and will not negotiate, that's their deserved fate.

    I wash my hands of you, you and your antagonistic views.

     
  • At 1:19 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    Talk about me in the third person, you frickin coward? Who the hell do you think you are?

    oh boo fucking hoo. It was a response to ChefWes. I read what you wrote.

     
  • At 1:20 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    ...and for the record, I read what you wrote and responded. You ignored me. ChefWes wrote back. I then responded to him.

     
  • At 4:01 PM, Blogger chefwes said…

    Kevin,
    You disagree that the MSM and other media tend to ignore or belittle things done in oppostion to the US?
    Yeah, they do have shown the behading videos, the Fallujah "burnings" of the contractors, the misnamed "suicide" bombers (who should appropriately be called HOMICIDE bombers, in the US, if they survived this type of attack, they would be tried and convicted of HOMICIDE, not suicide).
    The point is, where are the protests against them, other than the Jordanian protests against the latest AlQaeda bombing that blew up "Palestinians". You do not SEE mass protests against the "suicide bombers" who kill innocent Iraqi citizens, or innocent Israeli citizens. For that matter, where were the mass protests agains the Spanish bombers, or the London Bombers?
    Yes, there were a few small protests against the French rioters, but you didn't see a world wide outcry against them, interesting, isn't it how the "peaceful, moderate" Muslim Majority chooses to remain silent over the atrocities being committed by the "small radical element" in THEIR name!
    Yet, let a magazine, such as Newsweek print a FALSE article about someone pissing on, or flushing the Koran, and you have MASSIVE protests!
    Or let a US soldier be caught putting panties on someone's head (OHHHHH THE HORROR) and watch the protests begin.
    Interstingly enough is the fact that the funding for the "small radical" element comes from someone, OBL doesnt have enough funds to finance EVERY Islamofascist operation, especially not since the majority of his funds have beenblocked by governments throughout the world. WHere then, do you suppose this money comes from, other than Poium sales and the black market? It comes from the "Moderate Muslims", the ones who wish to sit quietly by and be thought of as "Moderates", yet they willingly choose to finance this sort of crap!
    Am I advocating killing every one of them? No. Am I advocating internment camps for them, like the US Japanese population had to go through in WW2? No. WHat I AM advocating is stopping the flow of funds to these radical groups, totally. What I am ALSO adovcating, is investigating each and every person who donates money to these causes. One can not sit on the fence, either you are for the Islamocascists winning, or you are for freedom. Disagree, if you must, but, honestly, those are your only 2 choices.

     
  • At 8:00 PM, Blogger Kevin said…

    :-?

    Chef,

    I don't want to engage a huge argument here only because the point I keep making gets stepped on without being noticed. I'm not arguing against anything you nor ND are saying. Rather, I've said for a long time on this blog -> the world requires some sort of balance. Capitalism and democracy require a balance. We even implore our own system of yup: 'checks and balances'.

    You wrote:
    The point is, where are the protests against them, other than the Jordanian protests against the latest AlQaeda bombing that blew up "Palestinians".

    Answer: they don't NEED people protesting against them! We're killing them! The military that ALL of us pay for, and that all of us, through a long pyramid of elected officials, have chosen to represent us. Top of that pyramid is of course the commander in chief.

    It's just like anything else around the world. When the MSM picks up on some place around the world where atrocities are taking place, people protest against those partaking in the atrocities.

    I can't count how many bumper stickers I've seen over the years that read "Free Tibet".

    The reality is, however, if the US military got heavily involved, people would protest the way that the military handled the situation.

    I just don't see why that notion is so complicated, nor do I see why you can't embrace it. It's supposed to be what we're fighting for! Freedom!

    It must work that way - that's how we built the country. We shouldn't ALL support one thing and more importantly, we should ALL express what it is that we DO support.

     

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