The Peshawar Attack on Christians Praying in a Church: Sami ul Haq Is Right; Pakistan Has No Option but to Talk to Taliban
By Mujahid Hussain, New Age Islam
September 24, 2013
For quite some time, we have been reading stories and tales about the Muslim leaders loudly professing their love and compassion for minorities. Such news can be read and seen not only in newspapers but also in electronic media. But no one has ever questioned these tales by asking their aficionados as to what propelled the Muslim leaders from being minority-lovers to minority-killers? Pose this question to any intellectual and he will certainly say, with full conviction, that it is merely a conspiracy against Islam and Pakistan hatched by the enemies. After a few days, he will have a change of heart and will form a new opinion about it thinking that such incidents occur as a reaction. Afterwards, the debate will be postponed to the next possible mishap and people, as usual, will engage with their daily business.
In Peshawar, some humane and spiritually-inclined Christians were burnt alive by those longing for virgin houris in paradise. After a few days, the eternal husbands of the heavenly houris will be shown in videos creating sparks in the bodies of the new generation of the youth. Maulana Masood Azhar, president of the Jaish-e-Muhammad, writes in his weekly newspaper “Akhbar ul Qalam” with his pen name “Sadi”: “when a Muslim youth gets ready to become a suicide bomber, the angels of mercy embrace him with full warmth and take him to the circle of light by God’s order. Houris of the heaven, on the other hand, compete with each other in an effort to grab the young martyr.” It is worth mentioning that the Maulana has written around 40 books, all with a conclusion explaining how to slaughter Kuffar (infidels) and their like-minded people and discussing ways to find the related verses in the Quran and Hadith that they believe the Muslim Ummah has forgotten today.During the wars against terro
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