Skip to comments."Father Christmas" stabbed to death in Tajikistan [Islam]
Posted on 01/07/2012 7:55:15 AM PST by americanophile
DUSHANBE (Reuters) - A young man dressed as "Father Frost" - the Russian equivalent of Father Christmas - was stabbed to death in Tajikistan on Monday in an attack police believe was motivated by religious hatred, two police sources said.
A crowd attacked 24-year-old Parviz Davlatbekov and stabbed him with a knife as he visited relatives in the early hours of Monday dressed as Father Frost, who by tradition brings Russian children presents at New Year. Russian cultural influence remains strong in Tajikistan, a former Soviet republic.
"We have witness statements that say the crowd beat Parviz and stabbed him with a knife, shouting: 'You infidel!'," one of the sources told Reuters.
The second source said religious hatred was being investigated as the motive for the crime, which occurred in the capital Dushanbe.
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Someone is getting a lump of coal in their turbin this year.
They wanted money, not silly toys!
and them to the naughty list
Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence.
Well at least the government of Tajikistan is trying to stop Islamic radicalism in the country.
Religion of Peace.
They should be getting a 9 mil instead of the coal. A 9 mil rubbed in pig fat.
He shoulda brought them a machine gun.
the early hours of Monday dressed as Father Frost, who by tradition brings Russian children presents at New YearLast Sunday was December 32, Hogswatchnight. Father Frost is
Not surprising the Muzzie was shirty.
Why are we so afraid to make there wish come true. Send them all to Allah let him sort them out
religious hatred?oh that doesn’t count.
Was he any of these gay, non-white or a dimocRAT?
And in the US Santa Claus shoots his whole family to death.
But in either case its muzzies doing the killing. Funny how that works.
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