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Saturday, October 27, 2007

Militants behead law-enforcement men in public - By Hameedullah Khan

Did they say "Bismillah... or Aoozobillah.." before beheading fellow muslims? That is what I would like to learn.

I call Mushy and Co. occupying army ...have been calling it this for many years.


Do these minor functionaries deserve being branded "sons of Bush" for following orders?

What kind of Muslim is he who kills/maims/injures a fellow Muslim this way?

Do we follow the same Allah?

Do we read the same Book?

Why are we silent?

Are we convincing ourselves of our impotence?

Why are we of Faith have become so faithless?

SWAT, Oct 26: Militants on Friday publicly executed four law-enforcement personnel in a village, 16km west of Mingora, the district headquarters, and exchanged heavy gunfire with security forces in a nearby sub-district. “It was gruesome,” was how a resident of Shakkardarra described the scene of beheading of the law-enforcement personnel.Requesting anonymity, he told Dawn on phone that masked militants armed with rocket-propelled grenades and assault rifles brought the four men to the village at around 5pm, fires a few shots in the air and then beheaded them. The men, said to be in their mid-20s, had their hands tied together. They were pushed to the ground on the main Matta-Mingora road and had their heads chopped off. “Let this serves as a warning to all those who spy for the government or help the government. All sons of Bush will meet similar fate,” the resident quoted one of the militants announcing shortly before the execution.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Almost same thoughts i wanna share in Urdu, on my blog( just posted). We needs to louder our voice. thanks

October 27, 2007 4:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Branding Mush son of Bush, and calling America the face of Satan is selling oneself very very short!

The fact of the matter is no one straight talks these days, and this Tribals are not willing to talk over a table and work out the problems.

October 28, 2007 9:09 AM  

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