Sunday, February 13, 2011

Radical Muslims burn effigies of Cross, Pope; Westerners apathetic

While many Americans were busy buying food and drink, and to enjoy watching the Super Bowl,  radical Muslims in Pakistan were busy preparing a march to show their utter rejection for the repeal of the Islamic blasphemy law.

According to Spero News:

“The radical Islamic groups of the Tehrik Tahaffuz Namoos-i-Risalat network (TTNR -Alliance to defend the honor of the Prophet) burned effigies of Pope Benedict XVI and the Federal Minister for Minorities, Shahbaz Bhatti, as well as the Christian symbol of the Cross.”

As we know, Bhatti is a Catholic, and has openly demanded an end to Islamic blasphemy laws.

And another Catholic, Asia Bibi, is in jail on death row, under false charges of blasphemy.

Please read more about the 40,000 Islamic militants who marched in Lahore, burning effigies of the Cross and of the Pope.

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