Thursday, April 14, 2011

Pakistan's blasphemy vigilantes kill exonerated man

The murder of Mohamed Imran in Pakistan illustrates why Sharia lawand secular law cannot coexist.  Imran was found innocent of blasphemy by a secular court, but he was subsequently murdered by two pious Muslims in the name of Islam.  The killers took their direction directly from the Koran which commands all Muslims to kill blasphemers against Islam and does not recognise secular law.  Evidence or any semblence of due process are not required, only a single accusation is enough to have pious Muslims murder an accused blasphemer.

Imran's murderers will certainly be hailed as heros and keepers of the faith by the vast majority of Pakistanis, and Muslims everywhere.

Importing Muslims into Western societies will ultimately import Sharia law and all its barbarisms.


Pakistan's blasphemy vigilantes kill exonerated man
By Nick Paton Walsh, CNN

Talahore, Pakistan (CNN) -- Mohamed Imran had been accused, jailed, tried and cleared: if anything, society owed him a debt as a man wrongfully accused.

But his crime was blasphemy. He was meant to have said something derogatory about the prophet Mohammed, so in Pakistan justice worked a little differently.

Two weeks after he returned to his small patch of farmland on the rustic outskirts of Islamabad, his alleged crime caught up with him.

Story continues HERE.