Pakistan: Christian women and girls report sexual abuse; Muslim village chief expels 250 Christian families
And that is just one example described below in the ongoing wave of Muslim persecution of Christians in Pakistan — our modern, moderate “friend and ally.” “In ‘Talibanized’ Pakistan Christians are victims of yet more attacks,” fromÂ Asia News, June 10/JW
In Khanewal district, also in Punjab, the chief of a village with a Muslim majority has ordered 250 Christian families to leave the area because “they are too vigorously denouncing sexual violence by Muslims against women and girls”. Most Christians in the area are labourers on Muslim owned land and the women domestic servants in homes. The abuses were occurring in homes, almost “daily.” “Christians – denounce the displaced – are totally at the mercy of the will of Muslims.” Read more>>
- Pakistan: Christians beaten, jailed (after being attacked by knife wielding Muslim mob) as they tried to lay foundation for church
Now compare this kind of “collective punishment” with what happens when Mohammedans go apeshit and behave like they normally do:
UC Irvine Muslim Student Union members shocked by suspension
A victory for civil discourse and acceptable standards of behavior, in an update onÂ this story. “UC Irvine seeks to suspend Muslim student group,” by Raja Abdulrahim for theÂ Los Angeles Times, June 14 (thanks to JW:UC Irvine recommends suspension of Muslim Student Union for shouting down Israeli ambassador)
The Muslim Student Union at UC Irvine should be suspended for one year for its involvement in repeated disruptions of a February speech by Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren, according to a disciplinary report released by the university.
The Muslim Student Union has appealed the recommendation.
The speech aboutÂ U.S.-Israeli relations wasÂ interrupted 10 times by students who got up and yelled out things like, “Michael Oren, propagating murder is not an expression of free speech.”
As well as “Slaughter the Jews“.
Eleven UC Irvine and UC Riverside students were arrested and cited for disturbing a public event, but none have been charged. The student group maintained that the disruptions were done by individuals and not organized by their group, butÂ the report cited internal Muslim Student Union e-mails and meeting agendas that indicated they planned a disturbance.
The group’s attorney Reem Salahi emphasized that a suspension has not yet been implemented but was still disheartened by the report’s recommendations. “It’s collective punishment,” she said. “You have an entire Muslim student body that’s being punished for the actions of a few.”
And yet the whole incident was planned. Is the administration supposed to look the other way from that?