Posts Tagged ‘Muslim hypocrisy’
The unmistakeable whiff of Islamic hypocrisy, from Pious™ Pakistan:
Nadeem knows first hand the misery of life on the streets. Sexually assaulted as a child, he became a pimp of young boys — the only way he knew how to survive as a member of Pakistan’s underclass.
He says he was 12 years old when he was attacked. Since then, he has been dragged into a vicious cycle of horrifying abuse allegedly aided and abetted by police and which few are willing to confront in the Muslim country.
“It was just the third night I slept on a street when a policeman picked me up and did bad things to me. I cried a lot but no one came to help me,” Nadeem, now 17, told AFP. Read the rest of this entry »
Gazipur, June 24 (bdnews24.com)—Eight people, including organiser of a dance party, have been arrested in possession of a large consignment of liquor at Fantasy Kingdom of Ashulia, on the outskirts of the Bangladesh capital.
Ashulia Police Station sub-inspector Mahfuza Begum told bdnews24.com they had arrested the eight people and seized 50 bottles of foreign wine. Around 300 cans of beer were also discovered during the operation at the amusement park, early on Friday. Read the rest of this entry »
Cultural relativism has become so ingrained in the West that few people can bring themselves to compare the relative merits or faults of Islam and other religions. In one of the clearest explanations of why all religions are not created equal, Sam Harris works to dispel the myth that Islam is a religion of peace corrupted by a few bad apples in ‘The Fundamentals of Islam’.
And in doing so shows its true colours – and provides a unique opportunity for the West to extricate itself from this ungrateful, double-dealing country:
The Pakistani parliament has called for a review of the country’s relationship with the US over the American commando raid that killed Osama Bin Laden, as Pakistan condemns Bin Laden raid, drone operations.
During a long joint session held to debate the US operation, MPs called for an independent investigation.
They unanimously passed a resolution urging a ban on Nato transit convoys unless the US ends drone attacks. The session followed Friday’s double suicide bombing that killed 80 people in north-western Pakistan.
At least 120 others were wounded in the attack on a Frontier Constabulary training centre in Shabqadar, Charsadda district. Read the rest of this entry »
What, another? But we thought drugs were haram? Not when you’re selling them to the kuffar, it would appear:
Three taxi drivers and two other men involved in a massive drugs ring have been found guilty of conspiracy to supply.
The unanimous verdicts were delivered by a jury of eight men and four women, after a hugely expensive trial lasting almost eight weeks at Manchester’s Minshull Street Crown Court.
The men were all involved in what was likely to have been a multi-million pound racket as part of a network of agents, couriers and drivers. Read the rest of this entry »