Sunday, March 10, 2013

Muslims burn Christian homes

Once again, followers of "the religion of peace," who proclaim that "there is no compulsion in religion," have demonstrated their true beliefs, by attempting to burn out a community of Christians in Lahore, Pakistan.  According to France 24 International News, as many as 160 homes and businesses owned by Christians were torched yesterday by a mob of over 3,000 Mohammedans, all because a young Christian man had allegedly made remarks disparaging the "prophet" Muhammad.  According to the report:

"Blasphemy is an extremely sensitive issue in Pakistan, where 97 percent of the population are Muslims, and allegations of insulting Islam or the Prophet Mohammed can prompt violent outbursts of public anger, even when unproven. The laws came under the international spotlight in August last year when 14-year-old Christian girl Rimsha Masih was held for three weeks in a high security prison for allegedly burning pages from the Koran." (emphasis added)

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In fairness, it must be noted that government and police officials strongly denounced the mob action.  Whether prosecution and punishment will result remains to be seen.

This is the true  face of Islam, and the followers of that ghastly "religion" never tire of showing it.  Apart from the government officials directly involved, "moderate Muslims" throughout the world remain strangely silent on this latest outrage.

Note to Mohammedans: You already know this, but it bears repeating.  If you want to insult Jesus Christ, Who is not merely a Christian "Prophet" but is, in fact, God Almighty, we Christians won't attack you.  We won't burn your houses or rape your women.  If you want to insult the One True God, go right ahead: help yourselves!  You can discuss the matter with your Creator when you stand before Him in judgment, and behold the holes in His hands and feet.


1 comment:

  1. To hear this kind of story and realize God takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked (such as these Muslims who persecute His people) is really a testament to His long suffering, isn't it?

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