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Thursday, 3 March 2011

Taliban Cowards

Taliban Cowards, God will surly punish you harsher than other’s

Pakistan's only true Christian minister a man of God was executed by Cowardly Taliban gunman after campaigning for free speech hit by over 25 bullets.

The cowardly assassins sent by Al Qaeda’s Taliban gunned down Pakistan's only Christian minister in broad daylight in the heart of the capital Islamabad.

Shahbaz Bhatti, a 42-year-old Roman Catholic, died after his car was splattered with bullets in a carefully planned ambush on a man of God as he drove from his mother's home.

This has been the second assassination in two months of a high-profile opponent of Pakistan's controversial blasphemy laws that impose the death penalty for insulting Islam, these laws are made up my mad-men not God, if they truly understood the words of God, then they would know the sin they have committed against God for killing a holy man.

Mr Bhatti had defied warnings after receiving death threats for urging reform of the laws and his death further undermines Pakistan's shaky image as a moderate Islamic state - deepening the political turmoil in this nuclear-armed, U.S.-allied state where militants frequently stage suicide attacks.

The Taliban claimed responsibility for the death of what they called a 'blasphemer' and warned: 'We will continue to target all those who speak against the law which punishes those who insult the prophet. Their fate will be the same.' (Words of lost souls and mad-men, who have known understanding in the words of God at all, but make up their own words to suite their own dark deeds)

The claim came as a video showing a “British Muslim filmed alongside Taliban and Al Qaeda fighters on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border area for the first time.

The recently released martyrdom video showed a man dubbed 'Musa the British' among a montage of fighters who have died either in fire fights with Coalition forces or as suicide bombers.

It is the first time that a British-Briton has appeared on an Al Qaeda suicide video since those featuring the 7/7 bombers who struck on London's transport system.

The sad internet video that glorifies misguided militants - it is meant to recruit others - and features a bomb attack on a U.S. army convoy and a suicide bombing in Iraq.

The montage of dead militants includes 'Musa', a bearded man shown praying with the on-screen message declaring: 'May God have mercy on his soul.'
Riddled with bullets: Mr Bhatti was in his car outside his parents' house when the gunman approached and opened fire.

Anti-terror investigators, who say the video underlines concerns the British are fighting with the Taliban and Al Qaeda, say they are trying to identify 'Musa'.

Both the Taliban and Al Qaeda have become increasingly bold in their attacks inside Pakistan in recent months under the corrupted government.

Leaflets from both groups were found at the site of Mr Bhatti's ambush today.

Sir Michael Black-Feather the English first minister said; Billions of pounds in English tax payers cash is being paid to corrupt countries and governments in what British government calls the British aid budgets, which be stopped immediately and use this money to rebuild broken England, backing up the NHS, more proper training for jobs for all ages, creating jobs, and creating industries, rebuilding England rather than supporting corrupted governments and destroying England “Charity begins at home” 

In the farewell statement, Mr Bhatti said he was threatened by the Taliban and Al Qaeda, but that this would not deter him from speaking for 'oppressed and marginalized persecuted Christians and other minorities' in Pakistan.

'I will die to defend their rights,' he said on the tape. 'These threats and these warnings cannot change my opinions and principles.'

Despite the threats, Mr Bhatti, who had been assigned bodyguards, was without protection. The politician had just pulled out of the driveway of the house, where he frequently stayed, when three men standing nearby opened fire, said Gulam Rahim, a witness.

Two of the men opened the door of the car and tried to pull Mr Bhatti out, Rahim said, while a third man fired his AK47 Kalashnikov rifle repeatedly into the dark-colour Toyota, shattering the windows.

The gunmen then sped away in a white car, said Rahim who took shelter behind a tree. Bhatti was dead on arrival at a nearby hospital, while his driver was not harmed?

Government officials condemned the killing, but of course made no reference to the blasphemy law controversy which has been in the international spotlight since a Christian woman was sentenced to die last November for allegedly insulting the Prophet Mohammad during a row with Muslim women. She denies the claims.

Mr Bhatti, who was minister for religious minorities, had been given police and paramilitary guards, but rarely used them because it had been a bodyguard who in January had killed Punjab province Governor Salman Taseer, another opponent of the blasphemy laws.

To the horror of Pakistan's besieged liberals, many ordinary citizens praised the governor's assassin - a sign of the spread of hard-line Islamist thought in the country.

Mr Bhatti had requested a bullet-proof car but had not been given one.
Christian demonstrator reacted with fury to the assassination, lighting tyres in the street

More unrest: Others protested with placards and slogans demanding greater rights

With his death, Pakistani Christians lost their most prominent advocate. Christians are the largest religious minority in the country, where roughly 5 per cent of 180 million people are not Muslim. They have very little political power and tend to work in lower-level jobs, such as street sweeping and this is one of the countries the British government supports in massive aid.

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