University professor hacked to death in Bangladesh by devout Muselmaniacs


Andrew Bolt:

A dangerous development – and also ominous for us, given Bangladesh is not all that far from us by people smugglers’ boats:

A university professor was hacked to death on Saturday in northwestern Bangladesh, police said, with Islamic State claiming responsibility for the latest in a series of attacks on liberal activists.

Two assailants on a motorcycle attacked Rezaul Karim Siddiquee, 58, an English professor at Rajshahi University, slitting his throat and hacking him to death…

Islamic State claimed responsibility for the killing of the professor for “calling to atheism”…

The Muslim-majority nation of 160 million has seen a surge in violent attacks over the past few months in which members of minority Muslim sects and other religious groups have also been targeted…

5 thoughts on “University professor hacked to death in Bangladesh by devout Muselmaniacs”

  1. The reality of living with muslims. They will kill you just because you are not muslim. Or not muslim enough. Continuing to import them by the millions into Western countries is cultural suicide.

    1. All a product of leftist self-loathing, sanctimony, narcissism and grandiosity. Liberals/leftists believe that kissing moslem @$$ will save them from the sword. Obviously, it will not.
      Monsters from the id.

      1. The dollars in the @$$ = Sorosian mobs, statesman’s garage sale, Leftoid academics, demographic reconversion, globalist hysteria, constitutional suicide… and disarm in time of internal and external war.

  2. Are the Bangladeshi authorities and academics blaming the killing on marginalization? Economic disparity? Islamophobia? Radicalism acquired online? Colonialism? Christian imperialism? American hegemony? A you tube clip of Mahommed? A cartoon? Lack of job opportunity (Julian Burnside). Stereotyping? Insults to their religion? (Barry O’farrell) Testosterone driven young men? ( Clover Moore). A very small minority ?(Malcolm Turnbull) They do here in Australia.

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