Islam’s War on Freedom of Thought in Bangladesh

Hacked to death by Religion of Peace activists in the last two years:

Niloy Neel – Secular Blogger
Oyasiqur Rhaman – Atheist Critic of Religion
Hussein Ali Sarkar – Convert to Christianity

Shafiul Islam – Professor and Secularism Advocate
Jogeshwar Dasa Dhikari – Hindu Priest
Nazimuddin Samad – Liberal Blogger

Ananta Bijoy Das – Science and Logic Blogger
Xulhaz Mannan – Gay Rights Magazine Editor
Faisal Arefin Dipan – Secular Book Publisher

Tanay Majumder – Theater Actor and Accused Homosexual
Rezaul Karim Siddique – Professor and Music Promotor
Avijit Roy – Atheist and Author

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10 Responses to Islam’s War on Freedom of Thought in Bangladesh

  1. θ says:

    They were not example for smart people. Had they been logical and rational, they would have seriously hired professional bodyguards, spent much money for protection, and lived in exile as much as their Western counterparts do in hiding and in self-imposed exile of cowardice.

  2. madmanna says:

    Thou shalt not kill.

  3. θ says:

    Those shalt not blaspheme.
    Exo 20:7
    Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain; for the LORD will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.

  4. madmanna says:

    The LORD is not the islamic Allah invented by ????

  5. madmanna says:

    The Unpardonable Sin

    (Mark 3:28-30)

    31Wherefore I say unto you, All manner of sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven unto men: but the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven unto men. 32And whosoever speaketh a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but whosoever speaketh against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this world, neither in the world to come.

  6. madmanna says:

    Allah is forgiving and merciful ?????

    Or so Muslims want to make us believe.

  7. madmanna says:

    Kill the blasphemers o merciful Allah ???

  8. madmanna says:

    Unbelief is blasphemy, therefore kill all the unbelievers.

    Of course that is completely logical.

    Allah’s and Mohammed’s solution to the problem of unbelief.

    Anyone for a bit of jihad? Mohammed’s jihad was the sword, what’s yours ???

  9. madmanna says:

    Make Allah and Mohammed happy, hack a few unbelievers to death. Don’t want to lose any virgins do we?

    The unbelievers are the cowards, not the hackers. The unbelievers are nothing but unclean. Let’s do some pest control, Allah style.

  10. θ says:

    A Moslem blasphemer is not punishable by the shedding of blood. But the fate of Non-Moslem blasphemers is left into the hands of Moslem executors.
    Bukhari. Vol. 9, Book 83, Hadith 17
    Narrated `Abdullah: Allah’s Messenger said, The blood of a Muslim who confesses that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah and that I am His Apostle, cannot be shed except in three cases: In Qisas for murder, a married person who commits illegal sexual intercourse and the one who reverts from Islam (apostate) and leaves the Muslims.

    Al-Hakam b. Abi al-‘As was a Moslem blasphemer. Prophet Muhammad banished him to the city of Taif.
    Al-Tabari, The History, Vol 15, p.226
    It was transmitted to me in writing by al-Sari Shu`ayb Sayf Mubashshir b. al-Fudayl Salim b. `Abdallah: Henceforth, whenever ‘Uthman found any of them committing an evil deed or drawing a weapon — whether a staff or something more lethal — he would send him into exile. Their fathers raised a hue and cry over this, until he learned that they were saying, “What an unlawful innovation exile is, albeit that the Messenger of God exiled al-Hakam b. Abi al-‘As.” (‘Uthman) replied, “Al-Hakam was a Meccan, and the Messenger of God exiled him from there to al-Ta’if, and afterwards brought him back to his native town. The Messenger of God exiled him for his crimes, and brought him back after having pardoned him. (The Prophet’s) successor [namely, Abu Bakr] sent men into exile, as did ‘Umar after him. I swear by God, I shall accept pardon from you, and on my part I shall freely extend it to you. [Fearful] things are close at hand, and I desire them to befall neither us nor you. I stand watch anxiously; be yourselves on guard and consider [what may happen].”

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