Thursday, April 28, 2011

Christians rape Muslim women, beat preacher in Pakistan...wait, what?

Once again, the religion of peace shows us how to behave around others not of your faith.  Can you feel the tolerance and bridge-building?

From April 28

Anti-Christian violence in Punjab, young woman raped, Protestant pastor attackedTwo members of an extremist group open fire at the car of Rev Ashraf Paul in Lahore. His 24-year-old son is critically wounded but is now out of danger. In Faisalabad, a police officer rapes a 24-year-old woman over four days 

Lahore (AsiaNews/Agencies) – Anti-Christian violence continues in Pakistan, after Easter was celebrated in memory of Shahbaz Bhatti, the country’s Minority Affairs minister assassinated in March. Yesterday, an extremist group ambushed a Protestant clergyman travelling with his family, seriously wounding his 24-year-old son. A few days ago, a young Christian woman was abducted and raped over several days by a man claiming to be a police officer. After she was let go, he fled without leaving a trace.

Two members of Tehreek-e-Ghazi Bin Shaheed (TGBS), an extremist Muslim group, attacked a Protestant clergyman and his family. The incident occurred near the town of Hamza, near Lahore (Punjab). The pastor’s 24-year-old son sustained serious injuries. The clergyman himself had received threats and demands for money a few weeks earlier.

Perfectly in line with Islamic doctrine, which demands Muslims require non-Muslims to either convert, pay the jizya or fight.  The threats and demands for money satisfy two of the three.

Rev Ashraf Paul, 55, and his family were driving down Ferozepur Road. At one point, two men on motorbikes intercepted the vehicle, firing at the clergyman’s car, which was hit at least five times. His 24-year-old son, Sarfaz, was critically wounded.

The two suspects, aged 19 to 21, fled the scene right after the attack. Their identity is unknown, but in addition to police, activists from the Center for Legal Aid Assistance and Settlement (CLAAS) are on the case.

Sarfaz Paul was rushed to the Mayo Hospital, in central Lahore, where he underwent emergency surgery. Doctors removed three bullets, from the young man’s jaw, waist and public area. The latest medical bulletin said that he was “out of danger” but still under close observation.

Does this mean he was shot where crowds could see him?

In Faisalabad, 24-year-old Sehar Naz, was abducted and repeatedly rape by a man claiming to be a police officer.

After sexually assaulting her several times, in Lahore and Faisalabad, the man, who claimed to be a Major Rana Atif, left the woman at the Faisalabad Railway Station.

The sexual assault, which occurred in mid-April, was confirmed by doctors at Faisalabad’s Civil Hospital.

Police opened a file against the accused rapist, who has since disappeared without leaving a trace.

1 comment:

A Christian Woman Who Has Lived Under Shariah said...

Jay, why no comment on this article? I mean why aren't you telling us about all of the Christians and Jews who are out there stampeding, rioting, slaughtering and raping Muslim women by the thousands? Oh I guess because there aren't any. Don't you think that this is awfully "UN-Islamic" of them? No, this is perfectly in line with teachings from the Quran and from the examples of the "Prophet" Mohammed. You are merely too cowardly to admit it.