Pakistan's Blasphemy Laws even aimed at children. ...
Pakistan's notorious 'blasphemy' laws can put even children at risk, and Christians, Hindus, and other minorities, say the days when they could protect their offspring is getting harder and harder because of institutional discrimination and growing Islamic militancy in Pakistan ...Read more
“... truth will out.”
Since: May 08
#1 Sep 8, 2011
"... today Christians, Hindus, and other minorities, constantly face questions like,'What do you think of the Quran, do you like it?' and 'what do you think of Muhammad?' In the past a simple saying that they could not read Arabic was enough but today times have changed and it is getting riskier for children from non-Muslim backgrounds
"The blasphemy statutes signal to non-Muslims that they are second-class or 'dhimmi' status citizens who must stay within narrow social boundaries. At worse, it is a threat to Christians, Hindus, Sikhs, and others, to leave or be killed."
Since: Nov 08
The Crusades got it right!
#2 Sep 9, 2011
I think we should reduce muslims in the West to dhimmi status until they start respecting non muslims in their countries. Oh, and what do I think of mohammed? He was a dirty pervert who invented his allah and the diabolic kkkoran.
#3 Sep 9, 2011
Well, that falls short of my idea about rounding them up and putting them in re-education camps. Still, a very good idea.
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