By Theodore Shoebat
Muslims in Pakistan murdered a seven year old toddler, his infant brother, and their grandmother, for the sake of ‘blasphemy’ law. The victims were Ahmadis, a sect that believes in a prophet after Muhammad. They are considered to be non-Muslims and are deemed worthy of death.
The attack was explained by a police officer:
Later, a crowd of 150 people came to the police station demanding the registration of a blasphemy case against the accused… As police were negotiating with the crowd, another mob attacked and started burning the houses of Ahmadis.
Salim ud Din, a spokesman for the Ahmadi community, said
Police were there but just watching the burning. They didn’t do anything to stop the mob… First they looted their homes and shops and then they burnt the homes.
According to another report:
A mob killed a seven-year-old and her baby sister along with their grandmother, a member of the Ahmadi sect, after another follower was accused of posting blasphemous material on Facebook, police in Pakistan said.
Police said the violence late on Sunday in the town of Gujranwala, 220 km (140 miles) southeast of the capital, Islamabad, started with an altercation between young men, one of whom was an Ahmadi accused of posting “objectionable material”.
The violence in Pakistan is escalating to the point that a great holocaust of Christians, and others, can already be foreshadowed. As one of our Pakistani contacts have written:
In March 2013, Muslim fanatics attacked “Joseph Colony,” Badami –Bagh, Lahore and burnt down the entire Christian colony. This painful incident further accelerated the exodus of Christians from Pakistan. According to our information hundreds of Christian families left Pakistan and even thousands of Pakistani Christians are looking forward to flee from Pakistan to any other country where they could enjoy equal rights.
Pakistani Christians, who played vital role in the creation and development of Pakistan, are now forced to leave the country due to the wild wave of sectarianism, religious bigotry and on the spot “Mob Justice” which includes killing on the spot, or setting the person on fire and has overwhelmed our society. Religious extremism has grown beyond all proportions while armed extremists have controlled our cities. Every Christian in Pakistan is seeking ways to escape from this suffocating situation. Government has failed to provide security, protection and justice to the vulnerable Christian community. [A few days ago a neighborhood of Rawalpindi was set on fire killing many and burning many houses and markets.]
As of now we are working on the ground in Pakistan to liberate Christian families from Islamic slavery. As we have said numerous times, there are literally tens of thousands of Christian families in Pakistan living under the Islamic yoke, enduring slavery, rape, murder, and torture. Want to do something about it?