Skip to comments.Cleric offers reward for killing Prophet cartoonist
Posted on 02/17/2006 5:03:06 AM PST by wouldntbprudent
A Pakistani cleric offered a 1.5 million rupee (28,000) reward and a car for anyone who kills the cartoonist who drew Prophet Mohammed.
Another Islamist leader was put under house detention, amid fears of more deadly demonstrations today, officials said.
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Isnt this illegal?
It's like a call for a Mob Hit isnt it?
I'll but a few pennies in the head of that islamderthal cleric.
Animals that is what they are .......
These pathetic morons..Someone should make it open season on Muslims...why don't you fools come on down to Texas an go on a quail shoot with me..I won't use bird shot..
Nothing is illegal when the Religion of Peace justifies their actions.
Sounds like a solicitation for murder. Why isn't the world court pressing charges?
It is only illegal if someone says it is. And in this case since it is an Islamic leader then no one will say it is illegal.
I think a SMART bomb for a DUMB cleric should be the order of the day for Pentagon Planners.
And they wonder why we drew mo' with a bomb on his head.
Reminds me of the bunny with a pancake on his head.
Exactly. So what is the world going to do about it? Allow people to go around soliciting murder b/c we don't want to offend their "religious" sensibilities?
"If Jews and Christians, so often on the receiving end of the most hateful forms of expression, can overcome our revulsion in the service of liberty, so too can our brethren in the Islamic world. To expect anything less of Muslims is to debase them and their faith far more than any cartoon ever could."
Is there a "cleric school" where these small minded people go to learn how to teach hate?
I will even supply the poison pellet, sharpened umbrella, phony passport and a picture of Moe Hamad having sexual relations with a pig.
You could not be more correct.
The meltdown of European sovereignty continues.
(I guess in the M.E. solicitation of murder is okay, how quaint.)
"Isnt this illegal?"
Only in the modern world.
It's about time for a cartoonist to put a price on a cleric's head.
Yeah. Where's the UN ?
$1 million dollar bounty on a GD cartoonist? WTH is wrong with these people? I used to think they still had a attitude worthy of the Middle Ages. I know think that that is an insult to people from that era. These folks are nothing more than savage cavemen living in a world with modern technology.
Okay, so they issue fatwas against each other. Bad enough, but here an Islamic lunatic is soliciting the murder of some joe in a Danish newsroom.
And the world sits quietly by . . .
What I found interesting from The Satanic Verses was this As a result, Hitoshi Igarashi, the Japanese translator of the book was stabbed to death in July 1991, Ettore Capriolo, the Italian translator, was seriously injured in a stabbing the same month, and William Nygaard, the publisher in Norway, survived an attempted assassination in Oslo in October 1991. In 2006, the Iranian state news agency reported that the the fatwa will remain in place permanently.
It doesn't say the above assassinations or assassination attempts were made by muslims, but, my guess is that they were. I was just stating that the above mentioned Islamic lunatic has not been the first or only Islamic lunatic solicitating murder, and in my opinion, will not be the last.
The Prophet Mohammed is a nice guy...to POOP on!
Pakistani Sunni Muslims rally to protest against the publication of cartoons in Karachi February 16, 2006. Tens of thousands of Pakistani Islamists wielding sticks and waving green flags rallied in Karachi against cartoons of Prophet Mohammad on Thursday, the latest in a wave of protests in which five people have died. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein
6:35 a.m. ET, 2/17/06
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