(eye on the world/Islamization Watch)
- Pakistan Christian Congress files petition with United Nation Office for Refugee Status for Pakistani Christians ~ over Constitutional Genocide and Persecution by Muslims
“No Muslim tolerates a man who commits blasphemous acts.”
As for the billions ~ after $$100 million$ were sent to Pakistan ~ for the SWAT refugee crisis ~ Pakistan Christians were turned away from official camps ~ they were told their food was ‘unclean’ ~ and that they could not cook next to Muslims. As a result they never gained refugee status ~ and did not receive compensation for property loss as Muslim citizens got.
In a story about the Asia Bibi blasphemy case in Pakistan, CNN goes out of its way to say that the Qur’an and Hadith do not contain a death penalty for blasphemy, thereby implying that Asia Bibi is in danger of death because of cultural or political factors, not because of anything that needs to be addressed within Islam. This is a familiar mainstream media practice when it comes to stories about honor killing or genital mutilation: the story will inevitably assure the reader that the practice in question has nothing to do with Islam, and give no hint of why it is so widely tolerated and practiced in Islamic countries. This only assures that the human rights establishment will never address these issues properly, and thus these practices will continue.
“Family waits to see if mother, accused of blasphemy, will be hanged” by Reza Sayah for CNN, November 18 (thanks to JW):
Neither the Koran nor the prophet Muhammad’s teachings in the Hadith call for the execution of blasphemers, but Islamic scholars and jurists from generations past included the death sentence when drafting Islamic law.
Islam QA disagrees, and uses both Qur’an and Hadith to make its argument: