The Muslim world must confront the underlying problems in Islamic theology

In April of this year, Mashal Khan, a 23-year-old journalism student from Abdul Wali Khan University — a university in Pakistan, the country of my birth — was accused of blasphemy by a mob of students, dragged out of his dorm room, stripped naked, beaten, and shot dead. Khan self-identified as a “humanist” and had portraits of Karl Marx and Che Guevera hanging in his room. He’d also advocated for Islamic reform. A video of the incident showed the perpetrators crying “Allahu Akbar!” as they beat Khan’s lifeless body with terrifying zeal. The perpetrators of this violence were not members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS). They were university students.

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  • vwVwwVwv

    Bring your Muslims in to the Muslim world, declarations mean nothing.

  • canminuteman

    I’d have more sympathy for the guy if he wan’t a communist. It was a fitting end for a communists since that’s what they like to do to others.

    • deplorabledave

      I got no dog in that fight either.

  • Ed

    inbreeding, resulting in horrifically low IQ populations capable of zero critical thinking might also be a good place to start.