Tens of thousands of Muslims protest over Muhammad cartoons, call for beheading of ‘blasphemers’


When did we see tens of thousands of Muslims protesting against the murder of the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists? When did we see tens of thousands of Muslims protesting against the “hijacking” of their faith by jihad terrorists? That’s right, we have never seen such protests. They have never taken place. Many Muslim groups have denounced “terrorism,” but in a non-specific manner. With that in mind, note what Razi Hussani, TLP district leader in Karachi, says: “It (re-printing of prophet Mohammad cartoons) amounts to big terrorism.” Not mass murder of infidels, but cartoons of Muhammad.

“‘Beheading is the punishment for blasphemers,’ Muslims in Pakistan protest after Charlie Hebdo announces reprint of prophet Mohammad cartoons,” OpIndia, September 6, 2020 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

The protests against Charlie Hebdo were largely led by the Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan and were witnessed in several cities across the country. There were protests in Karachi, Rawalpindi, Peshawar, Lahore and Dera Ismail Khan.

Pakistan witnessed protests by tens of thousands of Muslims on Friday after Charlie Hebdo decided to reprint cartoons mocking prophet Mohammad, which prompted Islamic terrorists to launch a terror attack against them in 2015. “Death to France” was chanted and the protesters called for a boycott of French products.

The protesters also demanded that the French ambassador to the country be expelled. “We need to send a strong message to the French that this disrespect to our beloved prophet will not be tolerated,” said one protester. The protests were largely led by the Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan and were witnessed in several cities across the country. There were protests in Karachi, Rawalpindi, Peshawar, Lahore and Dera Ismail Khan.

The reprinting of the cartoons on prophet Mohammad also led the Foreign Ministry of Pakistan to issue a condemnation of Charlie Hebdo. “Decapitation is the punishment of blasphemers,” one placard at the protests said. Razi Hussani, TLP district leader in Karachi, stated, “It (re-printing of prophet Mohammad cartoons) amounts to big terrorism; they repeat such acts of blasphemy against Prophet Mohammad every few years. It should be stopped.”…

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