the religion of peace strikes again

or should we blame this on the blasphemy laws that exist in some of the countries where the religion of peace is the dominant religion.

you must have heard that a boy of eight was recently arrested and released on bail for pissing in a madrassa in Pakistan. Following his release, enraged members of the religion of peace vandalised a Hindu temple.

all these remind me of this video i was watching not long ago where someone asked an imam why Islam is so sensitive to criticism that the response is always brimstone, grenades and death to the offending persons and his response, my friends, that they love Allah and Mo more than they love their lives, families and neighbours that an insult to any of them is an affront that can only be responded to by death or something worse.

the law is so crazy for example

Sending texts, sharing poetry, giving homework, producing films, making footballs, removing stickers and drinking water are some of the acts that have been deemed blasphemous in Pakistan. Even reading the Quran, performing Islamic rituals or calling yourself Muslim is sacrilegious if you belong to the Ahmadiyya sect, making Pakistan the only country where one can be imprisoned — or even sentenced to death — for practising Islam. Where the officially excommunicated Ahmadiyya Muslims are legally barred from practising Islam, even Shia Muslims are victims of state persecution, with efforts made in the Sunni-majority country to outlaw their beliefs as blasphemous. Before the eight-year-old Hindu was charged with blasphemy, a three-year-old Shia Muslim had been investigated for organising an Islamic gathering.

Jeff, it is time you changed your religion to a more peaceful one. Say become a hasidic Jew

About makagutu

As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

19 thoughts on “the religion of peace strikes again

  1. Ron says:

    Over here they call themselves “the woke” and “the progressive left”, but the authoritarian mindset and tactics used to spread their message of tolerance and peace are practically identical.


  2. Ron says:

    I don’t view things from a left/right perspective, because to me they’re just flipsides of the same statist coin. That is to say: both sides want to exercise control over the lives of others, and I’ll have none of that, thank you very much.

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  3. renudepride says:

    The intolerant (in my view) is the mindset of those who have NO faith. They simply cannot ascribe the diversity of beliefs.


    • makagutu says:

      I am trying to understand how this is the case when the problem here is faith based? It’s the followers of a certain faith being intolerant of what they consider an affront to their faith


  4. I thought we had already clarified in endless discussions that all reason will evaporate instantly when it comes to religious beliefs and their resulting actions. We also had discussed that Islam was still stuck in its patriarchal structures not having been changed for more than a Millennia. There will be the need for more bloodshed before those unfortunate minds come to their senses. How long took it in western Europa until their own “Mullahs” were taught to shut up?

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