Sunday, June 14, 2009

Christian Man Raped, Murdered for Refusing to Convert to Islam, Family Says

More from the religion of intolerance and violence. For a religion that's ultra homophobic, it's bizarre that a Muslim man would rape another man. But I guess if it's just a Kuffir, it ain't really homosexual rape. After all, as the old Arab saying goes: for children, have a woman; for pleasure, have a boy; for ecstasy, have a goat. As long as the "democratic" government of Pakistan is founded on and subservient to Sharia, this sort of atrocity will never be punished or stopped. Despite official protestations to the contrary, in 97% Muslim Pakistan, Christians and other minorities continue to suffer discrimination, rape, torture, and murder.


Christian Man Raped, Murdered for Refusing to Convert to Islam, Family Says

A young Christian man was raped and brutally murdered in Pakistan for refusing to convert to Islam, and police are doing nothing about it, the victim's brother and minister told

Pakistani police reportedly found the body of Tariq "Litto" Mashi Ghauri — a 28-year-old university student in Sargodha, Pakistan — lying dead in a canal outside a rural village in Punjab Province on May 15. He had been raped and stabbed at least five times.

"They have sexually abuse him, torture him with a knife on his testicle and genitals," Ghauri's brother, 24-year-old Salman Nabil Ghauri, said. "They have tortured him very badly, and after that they have stabbed five times with a knife and killed him."

The family believes Litto Ghauri was murdered by the brothers of his Muslim girlfriend, Shazi Cheema, after they found him in a compromising sexual position with their sister.

The Rev. Haroon Bhatti, a Christian clergyman in the village and a friend of the Ghauri family, said Cheema's three brothers came to Litto Ghauri's house on May 11 and gave him an ultimatum: Marry their sister and convert to Islam.
Ghauri agreed to the marriage but refused to accept Islam, and the brothers kidnapped him at gunpoint and drove him to a remote farmhouse, where they tortured and murdered him, the minister said.