An Apostate, Not Quite There

“…Here is where one starts to feel a bit unsettled by the mostly quite admirable Omar Mahmood. The beating to death by a mob in Pakistan of Mashal Khan for having mocked Muhammad is not some deviant act by Muslims who have “lost their way” (from the presumably true Islam), but rather, merely the latest in a long line of such punishments that began with Muhammad himself.”

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  • Gary

    Was this photo from Erin Mills or Brampton?

    • Heh;)

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  • simus1

    They like mobbing up, killing people, and breaking stuff.
    Who are we to judge the long practiced exotic religious customs of others?

    • Maurice Miner

      We are talking about Pakistan, not Chicago you understand?

      • Alain

        You mean there is a difference?

        • Maurice Miner

          Um, yeah, possibly the “exotic” religious customs, which you won’t see in the South Chicago First Church of The Saintly Good.

          • Alain

            Sorry I thought those gang shootings were rather “exotic” customs, but I didn’t think about the religious aspect. So point taken.

  • Barrington Minge

    Retarded mooslim barbarians.