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Boy happily cuts off own hand for offending PEDOPHILE Prophet Mohammad

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Sometimes polling people by a show of hands can be dangerous thing, at least in Pakistan. In one Mosque an Imam wanted to know which of his congregants did not love the Prophet Mohammad. He asked for a show of hands. Unfortunately, a boy in the audience misheard and thought he was asking for a show of hands for people who did love the Prophet Mohammad, so he raised his hands.

The Imam called him a blasphemer who was “liable to be killed”, and the boy, very upset, decided his own hand should be punished. So he sawed off his hand and brought it back to the Imam.

Nausher Ahmed, a police officer, said an emotional Ali rushed home and returned with his severed hand on a plate, which he presented to the mullah.

The Imam was initially arrested for inciting this, but was let go because in Pakistan, it seems this isn’t a crime.
But don’t worry, the boy is doing ok, and his family is happy for him too.

The boy, said he had no regrets. “What I did was in love for prophet Muhammad,” he said. His father, Muhammad Ghafoor, said he was proud of his son.

What can be learned from this?

1) It is not good to conduct hand polling in Pakistani mosques.

2) When the Imam is conducting a poll, it is very important to ask him to speak up if you think you miss a word.

3) Maybe it was more than a little crazy for the Imam to ask a question which would get people in trouble if they answered yes.

4) But the absolutely nuttiest part of this story is the kid and his dad talking about how happy they are.

5) See below:

Blasphemy is a capital offence under laws that are routinely condemned by human rights groups who say false accusations are often levelled against religious minorities or by people embroiled in personal disputes.

6) I like Pakistanis the best when they are in Pakistan. Not America.

This article was written by Ed Straker, senior writer of NewsMachete.com, the conservative news site. 

Sometimes polling people by a show of hands can be dangerous thing, at least in Pakistan. In one Mosque an Imam wanted to know which of his congregants did not love the Prophet Mohammad. He asked for a show of hands. Unfortunately, a boy in the audience misheard and thought he was asking for a show of hands for people who did love the Prophet Mohammad, so he raised his hands.

The Imam called him a blasphemer who was “liable to be killed”, and the boy, very upset, decided his own hand should be punished. So he sawed off his hand and brought it back to the Imam.

Nausher Ahmed, a police officer, said an emotional Ali rushed home and returned with his severed hand on a plate, which he presented to the mullah.

The Imam was initially arrested for inciting this, but was let go because in Pakistan, it seems this isn’t a crime.
But don’t worry, the boy is doing ok, and his family is happy for him too.

The boy, said he had no regrets. “What I did was in love for prophet Muhammad,” he said. His father, Muhammad Ghafoor, said he was proud of his son.

What can be learned from this?

1) It is not good to conduct hand polling in Pakistani mosques.

2) When the Imam is conducting a poll, it is very important to ask him to speak up if you think you miss a word.

3) Maybe it was more than a little crazy for the Imam to ask a question which would get people in trouble if they answered yes.

4) But the absolutely nuttiest part of this story is the kid and his dad talking about how happy they are.

5) See below:

Blasphemy is a capital offence under laws that are routinely condemned by human rights groups who say false accusations are often levelled against religious minorities or by people embroiled in personal disputes.

6) I like Pakistanis the best when they are in Pakistan. Not America.

This article was written by Ed Straker, senior writer of NewsMachete.com, the conservative news site. 

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Massive worldwide support for sharia law among global Muslim community

In the aftermath of the uproar caused by Donald Trump’s press release “calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on,” the Pew Research Center released some truly astonishing polling data on the support among Muslims worldwide for sharia law.

Have a look at these numbers:

Everywhere we look around the globe, there are substantial – and generally dominant – percentages of Muslims who favor making sharia the official law in their country.

When broken down by region, the numbers are even more troubling:

Since the majority of Muslims worldwide favor enshrining sharia law in their home country, why would they not want to support sharia law in any country they emigrate to?  It is incoherent to assume that a Muslim from, say, Morocco (where 83 percent of Muslims favor sharia law) who emigrates to the United States would want to enshrine sharia law in Morocco but not the USA.

And this is the valid point Trump is getting at: since there are large proportions of Muslims around the world that do not believe in the West’s principles and freedoms, we need to be far more cautious about whom we are letting in.  Statistically speaking, the Pew data unequivocally shows that a Muslim immigrant from most of the world is far more likely than not to desire the enshrinement of sharia law.  It is also important to note that almost all American Muslims (i.e., upwards of more than 80 percent) – either foreign-born or born in the USA – are originally from the Middle East, North Africa, South Asia, or sub-Saharan Africa, the regions with the highest indigenous support for sharia law.

The percentages supporting the imposition of sharia law from Southern-Eastern Europe and Central Asia are lower but still at levels of concern, given the large numbers of immigrants from these regions into the West.

Last, but not least, Pew also released the following startling results from a survey of Muslim Americans in 2011:

  • “A significant minority (21 percent) of Muslim Americans say there is a great deal (6 percent) or a fair amount (15 percent) of support for extremism in the Muslim American community.”  Only 34 percent of U.S. Muslims said there is no support for extremism in the Muslim American community.
  • “[One percent of Muslim Americans] say that suicide bombing and other forms of violence against civilian targets are often justified to defend Islam from its enemies; an additional 7 percent say suicide bombings are sometimes justified in these circumstances.”
  • “[P]ercentage of Muslim Americans express[ing] favorable views of al Qaeda – 2 percent very favorable and 3 percent somewhat favorable.” Another 11 percent of U.S. Muslims only view  al Qaeda “somewhat unfavorably.”
  • Thirty-one percent of U.S. Muslims see a “[c]onflict between being a devout Muslim and living in a modern society.”

With millions of Muslims already living in the United States, the scope of the potential problem emerges.

If we take the accepted estimate of 2.75 million Muslims in the USA at present, the Pew polling data suggests that there are 220,000 Muslim Americans who believe that suicide bombings are often or sometimes justified to defend Islam from its enemies, 138,000 who hold a favorable or somewhat favorable view of al Qaeda, and more than 850,000 Muslim Americans who see a conflict between being a devout Muslim and living in a modern society such as that of the United States.

Clearly some serious issues for policymakers and presidential candidates to be concerned about.

Malaysia: state okays Islamic penalties

A worker cleans an Islamic plaque of calligraphy saying “Mohammad” on the morning of Eid al-Fitr in a mosque in Kota Bharu, in Malaysia’s northeastern state of Kelantan in this January 8, 2000 file photo. (Reuters)

A Malaysian state governed by an opposition Muslim party passed a law on Thursday mandating tough Islamic criminal punishments, a move that threatens to break up a fractious opposition alliance.

The state assembly of Kelantan, which is controlled by the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS), unanimously passed penalties including amputations for theft and stoning to death for adultery, according to Malaysian media reports.

The Islamic criminal code, known as hudud, cannot be implemented as Muslim-majority Malaysia’s federal constitution forbids it. PAS conservatives plan to submit a bill in parliament to change that, but its chances of passage are uncertain.

But the push for hudud in the conservative northern state has already severely strained relations with PAS’s two moderate national coalition partners, who say it violates an agreed policy framework.

The Democratic Action Party (DAP), which represents the diverse country’s large ethnic Chinese minority and strongly opposes hudud, has said it will meet next week to consider its future in the alliance.

“PAS has openly demonstrated that they cannot be trusted,” Gobind Singh Deo, a DAP parliamentarian, said in a statement Thursday.

“It is therefore now untenable for us to remain in any relationship with PAS.”

The three-party opposition alliance took 51 percent of votes cast in 2013 national elections, though it failed to win parliament from Malaysia’s 58-year-old regime due to the way seats are apportioned.

The opposition coalition also includes the moderate, multi-racial People’s Justice Party.

Despite its electoral gains, the seven-year-old bloc’s cohesiveness has long been questioned due to the deep ideological gap between PAS and its allies.

The hudud tension comes as the coalition, known as Pakatan Rakyat (People’s Pact), is already reeling over the jailing last month of its overall leader Anwar Ibrahim on a sodomy conviction.

Now serving a five-year prison sentence, Anwar has said the case was fabricated by the government to stymie the opposition’s momentum.

Government officials deny the charge.

Analysts said Pakatan Rakyat could still iron out its differences, especially if hudud remains unenforceable.

Malaysia practises relatively tolerant Islam, but conservative attitudes have gained ground, fanned in part by intensified jockeying between PAS and the ruling United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) for the key Muslim vote.

Muslims make up around two-thirds of Malaysia’s diverse population of about 30 million.

PAS officials say Kelantan’s hudud would apply only to Muslims.

The hudud bid reflects an effort by PAS’s conservative leadership to underline its Islamist credentials as it battles progressive factions for control of the party, political analysts say.