Shoebat Foundation 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…
Islam the religion of peace celebrated the ending of Ramadan by slaughtering other Muslims for not being the right kind of Muslim.
[Updated] | Pakistan: Violent mob sets fire to Ahmadi homes in Gujranwala under police watch – Ahmadiyya Times
According to Mr. Saleem-ud Din, the Ahmadiyya community representative in Pakistan, the fire truck responding to to the fire were turned back by the mob and the local police was keeping away all help from the burning structures.
A large contingent of police was unwilling to stop the violent mob and multiple houses were on fire as of the last reports.
‘Pakistanis celebrate end of Ramadan by burning down Ahmadi houses,’ said Imarn Jattala, chief editor of Ahmadiyya Times, in a social media post.
Dr. Basharat Nazir, national spokesperson for the Ahmadiyya Muslim community in the UK, stated through his private Twitter account that the ultimate fault for the anti-Ahmadiyya crimes rest with the government of Pakistan….
‘Reporters like Asad Kharal of Express Tribune made a liberal use of the word ‘clashes’ and insinuated that Ahmadis started it when they attacked some individuals who have come to protest about blasphemous materials posted on Facebook,’ the source further added.
Kamal went on to say that 7 Ahmadis who were injured, suffered so because they decided to “lock up themselves in their houses.”
Tahir Imran, a BBC New Media Journalist & Social Media Producer for @BBCUrdu, reported that first Gujranwalla police DSP, Malik Afzal, “blatantly lied” that there were no attacks on Ahmadis at all….