Saturday, October 5, 2013

Taliban: Church Attack was According to Sharia

Obama's 'Peace' Partner the Taliban: Church Attack was According to Sharia

Why is it, not one reporter ever asks President Obama about the dramatic spike in the oppression and slaughter of Christians and other religious minorities  under the Islamic regimes he aids and arms (and in many cases, helped install)  in the Middle East and Africa? All of it prescribed under the sharia.

Why is it, not one reporter ever asks President Obama about the brutal and bloody human toll that the sharia exacts upon its non-Muslim/minority and secular Muslim populations?

Obama-supported Muslim supremacists are systematically killing Christians in Syria. It's genocide but Obama is never called on it. He is supported these savages.  Egyptian Christians are suffering untold misery under the Obama supported Muslim Brotherhood.  And Libya's sharia government is persecuting religious minorities, too.  And yet Obama continues to arm and aid these Islamic revolutions across the world.

[Ret.] Gen. Hugh Shelton, former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said that not only did the Obama administration work to destabilize the Mubarak government in Egypt but the administration worked to destabilize the regime of Bahrain as well.
Peshawar Church Attack was According to Sharia: TTP - Pakistan Tribune (thanks to The religion of Peace)
Proscribed Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has once again denied having involvement in the attack on a Peshawar church last month but said it was according to Sharia.
“We didn’t carry out the church attack. However, we believe it’s according to the Sharia,” TTP spokesperson Shahidullah Shahid told BBC in a telephonic interview from an anonymous location on Friday.

He said that there are numerous component groups of TTP but the motives of all of them are same. He, however, refused to tell the exact number of component groups of the organization.
When asked who issues the orders for any attack, spokesperson said free hand has been given to all component groups to choose and attack the enemy targets but they can’t carry out an attack by deviating from the objective of the movement, adding if they do so, the are summoned and punished by Taliban courts.
 83 people including five women and four children were killed and nearly 150 injured in twin suicide blasts on a historic church in Qissa Khawani bazaar in Peshawar on September 22.
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