September 7, 2006, - 10:02 am
By Debbie Schlussel
First, no Mohammed cartoons. And now, no questioning Mohammed’s parentage.
Just ask Mohammed Taha Mohammed Ahmed. If he were still alive to tell you.
The editor of Sudanese newspaper Al-Wifaq was found beheaded (his head is still missing) a day after he was kidnapped from his Khartoum home. His “crime”: He published an article questioning the Islamic prophet Mohammed’s parentage.
It’s important to note that Mohammed was an Islamist and an active member and supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamic terrorist group, so it’s hard to shed any tears for the guy. However, his murder is yet another example of how extremist Muslims can’t even get along with each other. So, don’t expect them to like us . . . ever.
Reports say that in May 2005, protesters demanded Ahmed’s death for republishing the internet article about Mohammed’s parentage. And, by the way, his murder was prescribed by Sudan’s Islamic Sharia law, which says that blasphemy (of Islam only) is punishable by death.
Even though Ahmed apologized and his paper was fined $3,200, he was murdered anyway. The “Religion of Peace” shows its “peaceful” ways, yet again, toward one of its own. Imagine what they’d do to us.
Don’t hold your breath for the religion’s “peaceful” representatives in the States–CAIR, MPAC, ISNA, etc.–to denounce this outrageous murder of one of their own fellow co-religionists.
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