Friday, May 28, 2010

Pakistanis shout 'Death to Facebook', burn US flags

Pakistanis shout 'Death to Facebook', burn US flags



Salman Rushdie, Bin Laden, Ershad Manji, Ayaan Hirshi Ali, Norma Khouri, 50% Mosque Spaces For Women, Tanvir Ahmed, 72 Virgins to Nothing, Muslim Women Priests, Actual Australian Muslim Virgin, Meal Ticket in Germany, Monica Ali, Burqa, Bushfire, Dog, … all are carefully crafted and nurtured “accelerants” to create bushfires around the world between various sex, race, religion and people.


The Israetards, Israeo-Nazis and Zio-Nazis are behind all of those CRIMINAL episodes! That’s why the Europeans kicked out “Jews” from 2800 places in more than 2800 times. 14 More Reasons In support of Gas Chamber and 15 More Evidence In Support of Gas Chamber are sufficient enough to remind you to volunteer yourself to the nearest gas chamber and leave us alone.


In short, The Israetards, Israeo-Nazis and Zio-Nazis are deliberately telling outrageous lies about non-Jews! However, should one dares to expose their barbaric and disgusting religious believes and practices; they cry “Anti-Semitism” while they are not Semites in the first place!


These criminals are behind “Terrorist Mohammed”, “Piss Christ”, … based on absolute fabrication of history and prejudice and bigotry. However, they get offended for s suggestion like, “can we have a half naked Moses sucking cock for fun?”


Based on above facts and many other reasons and ground one can easily conclude that the Israetards, Israeo-Nazis and Zio-Nazis must volunteer themselves to the nearest Gas Chamber.


--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "bruce" wrote:

Re: Poor Mohammed, or was he?


The points he makes are legitimate! Why do you take such offence??

Do you not want people to be able to consider other points of view!!??

Your blinkered islamo-fascist opinions and views need to be countered by facts!!

Cheers Bruce


--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "bruce" wrote:

Re: Pakistanis shout 'Death to Facebook', burn US flags


We do indeed!! Sadly the chances of you, a follower of the cult of death and paedophillia dying with honour are slim to say the least!!

cheers Bruce



--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "mujahidsolanorgv" mujahidsolano@... wrote:


We all die sooner or later.
But to die with honor is not for all.


--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "bruce" wrote:

Re: Pakistanis shout 'Death to Facebook', burn US flags


Death to everyone!!! But these idiots don't have the ability to deliver death to a fly!! Knuckleheads!!!

Cheers Bruce


--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "Biplobi Faruque" union_faruque@...wrote:

Re: Pakistanis shout 'Death to Facebook', burn US flags


The Israetards, Israeo-Nazis and Zio-Nazis are enemy of mankind, peace and stability of this world. Therefore, they should be volunteering to the nearest gas chamber.


--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "bruce" wrote:

Re: Pakistanis shout 'Death to Facebook', burn US flags


Death to everyone!!! But these idiots don't have the ability to deliver death to a fly!! Knuckleheads!!!

Cheers Bruce


--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "Biplobi Faruque" wrote


People of this world should be calling for starting Gas Chambers due to 14 More Reasons In support of Gas Chamber as it is long overdue!


The Israetards, Israeo-Nazis and Zio-Nazis are enemy of mankind, peace and stability of this world. Deception, manipulation, back stabbings, propaganda, double standard, hypocrisy, prejudice and bigotry are only a few weapons of their possession and private property!



Faruque Ahmed

Saturday, May 22, 2010


Pakistanis shout 'Death to Facebook', burn US flags

AFP May 22, 2010, 3:05 am

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LAHORE, Pakistan (AFP) - Pakistani protesters shouted "Death to Facebook", "Death to America" and burnt US flags on Friday, venting growing anger over "sacrilegious" caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed on the Internet.

A Facebook user organised an "Everyone Draw Mohammed Day" competition to promote "freedom of expression", inspired by an American woman cartoonist, but sparked a major backlash in the conservative Muslim country of 170 million.

Islam strictly prohibits the depiction of any prophet as blasphemous and the row has sparked comparison with protests across the Muslim world over the publication of satirical cartoons of Mohammed in European newspapers in 2006.

The Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) banned access to Facebook, YouTube and more than 450 links, including restricted access to Wikipedia in view of what it called "growing sacrilegious content".

PTA released a toll-free telephone number and email address, and has acted on complaints received by the regulator.

Up to 3,000 people rallied in the eastern city of Lahore at the behest of a coalition of Islamic groups, including Jamaat-ud Dawa, regarded as a front for the militant group blamed for the 2008 Mumbai attacks.

"This is a war and we have to show unity," Farid Ahmed Paracha, a central leader of hardline Sunni Muslim political party Jamaat-e-Islami told the crowd.

"We should tell America that this the final match," he added.

Shouting anti America and anti Facebook slogans with chanting "Death to America," the participants burnt US, Norway, Sweden and Denmark flags.

In Karachi, Pakistan's biggest city, religious parties mobilised hundreds of protesters on to the streets shouting "Death to Facebook", "Death to America" and branded the United States the "root cause of all mischief."

In Multan, a shrine city in Punjab province, hundreds of people rallied, burning US flags and tyres to block traffic before dispersing peacefully.

About 250 people demonstrated in the garrison city of Rawalpindi, as well as in the northwestern city of Peshawar, where they chanted "Death to Facebook, death to Youtube," an AFP reporter said.

But despite general anger over the caricatures, the ban on websites has sparked some criticism, particularly among the largely Western-educated elite living and working in the relatively moderate Lahore and Karachi.

The offending Facebook page has attracted 105,000 fans -- and five pages of crude manipulated pictures and caricatures. Pages denouncing the competition and calling for a boycott of the May 20 competition attracted far more fans.

Facebook expressed disappointment at being blocked and said it was considering whether to make the offending page inaccessible in Pakistan.

YouTube, the Google-owned video-sharing site, said it was "working to ensure that the service is restored as soon as possible".

The controversy has yet to incite a mass outpouring on to the streets in Pakistan, where there are an estimated 2.5 million Facebook users, and it remains to be seen how far protests will spread to other Muslim countries.

Sweden said it has closed its embassy in Islamabad for more than two weeks due to the security situation, refusing to say whether any direct threats had been issued against the mission.

An Al-Qaeda front organisation has offered 100,000 dollars to anyone who kills Swedish artist Lars Vilks, who has angered many Muslims by drawing highly blasphemous caricature of the Prophet.

Pakistan condemned the caricatures on Facebook and said that "such malicious and insulting attacks hurt the feelings of Muslims around the world".

The PTA asked Facebook and YouTube, which are wildly popular in Pakistan and set up in the United States, to resolve the matter as soon as possible in a manner that "ensures religious harmony and respect."

The purported creator of the Facebook page told a US television channel in a voice-only interview that he had meant to stand up for "freedom of expression."

A rival Facebook page called "Against Everybody Draw Mohammed Day," which was started to oppose the caricature page, had drawn some 106,300 fans.

Molly Norris, the American cartoonist whose work inspired the controversial page, condemned the Facebook spin-off and apologised to Muslims.

She drew a cartoon in April to protest against the cancellation of an episode of popular show "South Park." Norris satirically proposed May 20 as an "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day."

2 comments:

  1. The Israelis and their supporters are allowed to say and do what ever they want! However, their victims got no right to protest!? What a hypocrisy and double standard!

    I suppose this is the norm of the world due to deliberate and manipulative programs of the corporate media towards a robotic society.

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  2. The Zio-Nazis are condemned people.

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