Acong_II Publish time 18-5-2016 02:46 AM

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Islamist militant arrested after English professor hacked to death ‘for being atheist’

AN Islamist militant has been charged with the murder of an English university professor as deadly attacks against atheists surge.
PUBLISHED: 08:31, Tue, May 17, 2016 | UPDATED: 08:41, Tue, May 17, 2016
Rezaul Karim Siddiquee was hacked to death as he walked to work

Rezaul Karim Siddique, 58, an English professor at Rajshahi University, was hacked to death with machetes as he walked to work in Bangladesh last month.

Islamic State (ISIS) claimed responsibility for the killing of the professor for his "calling to atheism".

Police however arrested a member of the banned local militant group, Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh, thought to have been lying low since six of its leaders were hanged in 2007.

ajshahi city police chief Mohammad Shamsuddin said the suspect was arrested on Sunday.

Bangladesh, a Muslim-majority nation of 160 million people has seen a series of attacks over the past year in which atheist bloggers, academics, religious minorities and foreign aid workers have been killed.

The killing comes after two Islamist fanatics were handed life sentences for murdering a professor in February.

Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent has also claimed responsibility for some of the attacks, including the killing of two gay rights activists last month.

But police say home-grown militant groups are behind the violence.

Dozens of Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen members have been arrested and at least five killed in shootouts since November.
Mr Siddique was killed in Rajshahi, Bangladesh
Islamic State initially claimed responsibility for the killing

Local security forces are leading a crackdown on militants attempting to radicalise Muslims and make the country a sharia-based state.

In 2005, the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen set off nearly 500 bombs almost simultaneously on a single day, including in Dhaka. Subsequent suicide attacks on courts killed 25 people and injured hundreds.

penganut terpaksa bunuh atheist kerana enggan jadi bodoh lembam macam mereka;P

Acong_II Publish time 18-5-2016 02:46 PM

kenapa theist nie takut dgn atheist? sbb pegang mereka palsu?;P

Acong_II Publish time 18-5-2016 08:15 PM

@ibnur         ;P

ibnur Publish time 18-5-2016 10:05 PM

Dalam keadaan di atas tu, yang dalam ketakutan siapa?Atheist atau Theist?

Acong_II Publish time 18-5-2016 10:13 PM

ibnur replied at 18-5-2016 10:05 PM
Dalam keadaan di atas tu, yang dalam ketakutan siapa?Atheist atau Theist?

theist...... kenapa perlu paksa org jadi bahalol cam ko?;P

ibnur Publish time 19-5-2016 03:32 PM

Acong_II replied at 18-5-2016 10:13 PM
theist...... kenapa perlu paksa org jadi bahalol cam ko?

dia tak suruh jadi bahalol.dia cuma jadikan mayat jer.

Acong_II Publish time 19-5-2016 09:10 PM

ibnur replied at 19-5-2016 03:32 PM
dia tak suruh jadi bahalol.dia cuma jadikan mayat jer.

tuhan palsu terancam:)

Acong2003 Publish time 26-5-2016 12:33 AM

Edited by Acong2003 at 25-5-2016 11:03 PM

lobai lobai terroris mmg takut org lain meninggalkan fahaman kolot mereka {:1_563:}

Atheist Youth in Yemen Shot to Death by Islamist Radicals
TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2016 - 12:10AM

A 17-year-old Yemeni youth, who identified with atheism, was brutally killed by a fanatic religious group last month as he dared to challenge one of the country’s three taboos: religion, politics and sex. Omar Mohammed Batawil, who often raised questions about Allah and the concept of afterlife and heaven—who strongly criticized organized religion, religious scholars as well as religious institutions on his Facebook page—was accused of apostasy, abducted from front of his home and killed by Islamist radicals on April 24.

When his body was discovered the following afternoon, residents concluded that the young boy had been shot to death.

One of his Facebook statuses, translated from Arabic, reads as follows:

“They accuse me of atheism!
Oh you people, I see God in the flowers,
And you see Him in the graveyards,
That is the difference between me and you.”
While mainstream media somehow failed to track this story, many salutations for the young brave heart were shared across social media.

“RIP Omar, you're not the first to die for his opinions at the hands of Islamists, and you won't be the last. But thanks to you and many others, someday the light of reason will shine,” read one post while another stated, “Rest in courage, sweet Omar! You’ll always be my hero!”
According to sources, Batawil had been receiving death threats for a while because of his critical approach towards religion and his public posts on Facebook.

Renouncing Islam and shifting faith to any other religion is understood to be a crime punishable by death in not only Yemen; but also other countries such as Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Sudan and the United Arab Emirates. In practice though, this law is not implemented these days so Muslim-majority nations—typically abiding by Sharia law—can avoid international condemnation and consequential embarrassment. That is probably why Islamist militants in these countries have assumed such chores to be part of their self-imposed vigilante duties in the face of their respective governments not doing enough to tackle atheism or blasphemy related charges.

While such killings may be drawing inspiration from the acts of terrorist organizations like Islamic State, we must remember how they have also been legitimized by national laws preventing blasphemy and administrations denying citizens the right to freedom of belief. As threats and attacks against dissenting individuals continue to grow in certain countries where the government is either unwilling or unable to offer protection to its people, venomous leaflets (like the one quoted below) are only one of the many kinds of religious persecution that nonbelievers have to bear in comparison to believers.

Titled ‘Notice to atheists’, one such leaflet states, “To every atheist who reviles and incites hatred of Islam in social media: Your end is to choke to death, to perish as an animal perishes, to be cast under dirt and mud and have worms eat your rotten body. No one will remember you; it will be as if you never existed…” before ending with the phrase, “Islam will remain until the Day of Judgment.”

Photo Credits: Alshamel News ... h-islamist-radicals

semoga Zeus maha esa merahmati roh Omar Mohammed Batawil

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