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Report: Terrorists kill three Christian aid workers who were helping Pakistani flood victims

Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit brings us this report that terrorists in Pakistan murdered three Christian aid workers who were helping Pakistani flood victims:

Suspected Islamic terrorists reportedly killed 3 Christian aid workers helping flood victims in Pakistan.

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More bridge building.... (Below threshold)
Nine Fourteen:

More bridge building.

I read the report linked ab... (Below threshold)
Dane:

I read the report linked above and other reports on this as well -- and there is no indication whatsoever that the Taliban singled out these workers because of their Christian faith.

Identifying them as "Christian aid workers" is an attempt to fan the flames of religion-based hatred.

Some religious extremists on the right are hoping - dare I say "praying" - that they can escalate their hatred for Muslims into an all out religious war.

There are signs that their plan is working. Religious intolerance on the right has resulted in another attack on an American place of worship.

The planned site for a mosque in Murfreesboro, Tennessee has been the subject of numerous protests as the evangelical right attempts to stop the right of freedom loving Americans to freely worship their faith.

Now someone has attempted to burn the construction site down.

Fire at Tenn. Mosque Building Site Ruled Arson

Federal officials are investigating a fire that started overnight at the site of a new Islamic center in a Nashville suburb.

Ben Goodwin of the Rutherford County Sheriff's Department confirmed to CBS Affiliate WTVF that the fire, which burned construction equipment at the future site of the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro, is being ruled as arson.

*Federal* officials are investigating because this is a hate crime.

What a fitting name *hate crime*... that's exactly what is fueling the religious right as they do all they can to fan the flames of a religious war.

Falsely identifying the Taliban attack on aid workers as being a religious-based attack is just one example of how this is being done.

Don't let their hatred fill your hearts. We, as a nation, are better than that -- and we, as a people, deserve a nation free from hate and religious intolerance.

Feel free to start your own... (Below threshold)

Feel free to start your own blog, Dane, and give vent to whatever you think is important.

J.

#2"Identifying the... (Below threshold)
Nine Fourteen:

#2

"Identifying them as "Christian aid workers" is an attempt to fan the flames of religion-based hatred.

Some religious extremists on the right are hoping - dare I say "praying" - that they can escalate their hatred for Muslims into an all out religious war.

There are signs that their plan is working. Religious intolerance on the right has resulted in another attack on an American place of worship"


Do you work for the Taliban on a pro bono basis or what? Man, talk about denial.

Identifying them as "Chr... (Below threshold)
macofromoc:

Identifying them as "Christian aid workers" is an attempt to fan the flames of religion-based hatred.

I'm sure they, mistakenly misidentified them as Jews, Gays, etc...

Well at least Libs are consistant in the murderers the excuse
Pol Pot
Castro
Lennin
Stalin
Mao
Taliban

I guess you must have misse... (Below threshold)
Chip:

I guess you must have missed this part of the report Dane.

"The Taliban had warned about attacks on foreigner aid workers and Christian organizations,"
Dane is only concerned abou... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

Dane is only concerned about 'extremest Christians', you know, the one's who take videos while cutting off others heads; who hijack aircraft and fly them into tall buildings.

Those are the extremest Dane is worried about. Just read the newspapers, they're full of stories of the atrocities being committed in the name of Christianity right now.

Right Dane? Go drink some more Kool Aid.

Don'tAnswerNu... (Below threshold)
epador:

Don't
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[DNFT]

Speaking of Natural disaste... (Below threshold)
Nine Fourteen:

Speaking of Natural disasters, Barry is in N.O. blabbing unscripted about Katrina.

He has been a far worse disaster for the country then Katrina. Who is going to give a pep rally about the disaster the kenyan in chief has brought?

"I read the report linked a... (Below threshold)
DaveD:

"I read the report linked above and other reports on this as well -- and there is no indication whatsoever that the Taliban singled out these workers because of their Christian faith."

Dane, you are correct. I understand the families of the slain have been informed that the Taliban did indeed not know the victims were Christian. The families have said in a joint statement that it makes the pain of losing a loved one a bit easier knowing the Taliban was not aware of their religious affiliation.

In the mean time you go ape shit over someone setting fire to - what - a bulldozer or something?

You clearly are a poster child for the twisted logic so endemic to progressives. Weird.

What sort of filthy pagan b... (Below threshold)
Jim Addison:

What sort of filthy pagan barbarian death cult allows its member to kill innocent aid workers?

"What sort of filthy pagan ... (Below threshold)
Nine Fourteen:

"What sort of filthy pagan barbarian death cult allows its member to kill innocent aid workers?"


The same sort that want to build a mosque on the 911 victims graves.

So you guys couln't find an... (Below threshold)
Dane:

So you guys couln't find anything linking the aid workers religion ot the attack either then.

Because there isn't any. the headline is just an attempt to stir up hatred.

"Feel free to start your own blog, Dane, and give vent to whatever you think is important."

what a polite way of saying "Your kind isn't welcome around here" - and I must say, it's much nice than torching my church.

You miss the message once a... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

You miss the message once again Dane. At least you're consistent.

YOUR FUCKING IDIOCY ISN'T DESIRED AROUND HERE.

Now go out and post some more "RECOVERY SUMMER!" signs in your front yard.

I guess Dane does not read ... (Below threshold)
Rick Caird:

I guess Dane does not read either the story or the comments very closely. He was told of this quote:

"The Taliban had warned about attacks on foreigner aid workers and Christian organizations,"

at 2:34 by Chip, yet Dane comes back at 5:26 at claims "So you guys couln't find anything linking the aid workers religion ot the attack either then".

Dane shows embarrassingly poor reading comprehension.

Good Grief Dane - Read the ... (Below threshold)
Walter Cronanty:

Good Grief Dane - Read the damn post. No one said the islamist murderers "singled out" Christian aid workers. The exact quote is: "Authorities on Wednesday recovered the bodies of three Christian relief workers who had been kidnapped and killed by members of the Pakistani Taliban in the flood-ravaged country, area officials said."
The headline of the post is: "Report:Terrorists kill three Christian aid workers who were helping Pakistani flood victims."
I have no idea what your beef is, but I'm sure in your mind it's much weightier than Islamist butchers killing innocent people who are trying to help flood victims. What a douche you are.

"Feel free to start your ow... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

"Feel free to start your own blog, Dane, and give vent to whatever you think is important."

what a polite way of saying "Your kind isn't welcome around here"

Ever notice when a liberal is called on their bullshit, the first refuge is THE VICTIM CARD?

Stupid talking-points recit... (Below threshold)
JLawson:

Stupid talking-points reciters haven't ever been welcome at Wizbang, Dane, but intelligent dissent is.

You're failing the last part, sorry to say.

Dane has a hint of a point ... (Below threshold)

Dane has a hint of a point here. Just a hint, and it's entirely accidental.

The relief workers were not killed for their specific religion, they were killed because of the religion of their killers.

In other words, they weren't killed for being Christians, they were killed for not being Muslims.

J.

.... Muslim terrorists (sor... (Below threshold)

.... Muslim terrorists (sorry about the redundancy) killed 3 Christian aid workers helping flood victims in Pakistan ....

Guess they didn't notice that immediately after Pakistan's Hezb-i-Islami Gulbuddin (HIG) terrorist group -- directly under the orders and control of the Pakistan Inter-Services Intelligence Agency or ISI -- tracked, hunted and slaughtered eight medical charity workers: six Americans, one German, and one British lady; for "the alleged "sin" of preaching Christianity -- Pakistan was visited by floods of truly Biblical proportions?

Pity if they do not. For while Christians have no time for a barbaric "god" of institutionalized psychopathologically hesperophobic rape, sexual mutilation and/or murderous vengeance -- and the suggestion that the God of Jesus would wreak vengeance upon millions of people because their government organized the slaughter of eight Christians, Muslims do believe in such a "god."

The false fuhrer Muhummud's delusionally-fantasized "Allah" is the very personification of hate and revenge.

So, why not encourage every Pakistani to believe that his "god" is punishing Pakistan for the evil of the Pakistan Inter-Services Intelligence Agency?

To further paraphrase To-The-Point-News' Doctor Jack Wheeler, already, in any case, already shamelessly paraphrased in this post:

... It is the perfect counter to the Kafka-esque story -- planted by the ISI in (and widely promulgated by) the world's media -- that "the Taliban that has spread into Pakistan is now the country's "greatest security threat." The Taliban and the entire "Islamist militant threat" was created by Pakistan's ISI's Islamic fundamentalists, that run it still -- and that absolutely control the Taliban today.




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