You wasted enough of my time already and now you want me to rephrase what I said before? Your four points are completely yours, I never said anything like it.
really?? sorry about that., but you see when you accuse some one with something you are supposed explain it in-detail Alex ., see here
Yes, please tell me why you wasted 10 min of my life with this useless video? I did not know anything about this convert before, not when or how she converted, nor what music she likes and and now that I do know it, I can tell you that: still none of it matters.
You are talking in a forum for people who were Muslims. One day this woman in the video may be an Ex-Muslim. So go ahead and explain to my(me?) the rationality behind your Muslim-hater views.
Well if I look carefully, my past and my posts in various forums, you do have a point. For some Pious Muslims who follow Islam according to the book's, My posts and words do come across as a Muslim hater. The question is whether such hate against certain acts of Muslims in the name of Islam, can it be rational or not is questionable.
Any ways going back to the thread., today's news on that Blasphemy laws of Pakistan to protect the name of Islam and Prophet Muhammad(PBUH) says "Anti-blasphemy bill that was put on senate floor for voting in the land of pure by that outspoken lady is with drawn"
So now Yahoos with colored beards can have more power to accuse people Blasphemy against Islam And worst will those whop question Islam.. So here is the news link for you to read http://www.dawn.com/2011/02/03/no-option-but-to-abide-by-pms-decision-on-blasphemy-sherry.html
That Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Wednesday told lawmakers that Rehman “agreed to withdraw her bill according to party policy”. “The prime minister categorically made it clear that government has no intention to amend the law. Neither he nor the speaker of the national assembly has constituted any committee to consider the amendment bill,” his office said.
A furious Rehman disagreed, but said she had “no option” but abide by the decision after the prime minister ruled out any discussion.
“It was a question of protecting our citizens from injustice done in the name of a religion that values peace and tolerance more than anything else,” she said.
The government had pledged to keep intact the blasphemy law on December 30, in a bid to head off threatened protests.
The move exposed Rehman and Taseer as lone campaigners. Five days later Taseer was murdered outside an Islamabad cafe by his bodyguard, since lauded a hero by hundreds of religious conservative clerics, student activists and lawyers.
The law stirred fresh controversy this week after the arrest of a 17-year-old boy for allegedly writing a blasphemous comment in a school exam.
Well the way things are going .. not sure when they explode where land of Pure becomes Land of war lords.. It is already there but..