Filipino jihad continues, claims the lives of two Christian farmers
Surely the killing of farmers is un-Islamic? Actually, according to a legal manual dealing with Shafi’i jurisprudence, “Killing them [falahin, i.e., farmers] is permissible, based on their being infidels.” (Mughni Al Muhtaj, vol. 3, p.223). “Al-Qaeda-linked gunmen kill 2 Filipino farmers,” fromÂ Ynet News, April 13/2009 via JW
Al-Qaeda-linked militants have killed two farmers, one of whom they kidnapped during an attack on a Christian village in the southern Philippines, officials said Monday.Â
About 50 Abu Sayyaf militants swooped down on the village of Arco in Lamitan township on Basilan Island on Friday, abducting two farmers and later shooting to death a third villager whom they met while fleeing toward a mountain rain forest, military officials said.
* The raids against the idol-worshipping kuffars continue, as the rules of jihad demand. Note also that AFP falsely presents the jihad as a conflict over land, and continues to blame the Philippino High Court for not giving the Muslims control over Mindanao, which they claim isÂ ‘ancestral domain’.
COTABATO (Philippines) – MUSLIM separatists torched the homes of 30 Christian families in an attack on a southern Philippines village, the military said on Thursday.
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No casualties were reported following Wednesday’s raid by the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) on the farming hamlet of Sangay, but the rebels are still occupying the area, said regional military spokesman Lieutenant-Colonel Julieto Ando.
‘The rebels set on fire a total of 30 houses of Christian civilians. The problem there has something to do with land conflict,’ Col Ando told reporters. (sure thing, all the land belongs to Allah…/ed)
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