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Army called to protect Islamabad's diplomatic enclave

Published Sep 20, 2012 05:10pm


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Demonstrators topple a freight container, placed by police to block a street, as they attempt to reach the US embassy during a protest against an anti-Islam film in Islamabad — Photo by AFP
Demonstrators topple a freight container, placed by police to block a street, as they attempt to reach the US embassy during a protest against an anti-Islam film in Islamabad — Photo by AFP

ISLAMABAD: The Interior Ministry called on the Pakistan Army in Islamabad on Thursday as over a thousand enraged protesters attempted to reach Islamabad’s heavily-guarded diplomatic enclave in a bid to register their protest against a US-made anti-Islam film.

At least 11 people were injured Thursday as police fired live rounds and tear gas to break up a large crowd of over 1,000 students, many armed with wooden clubs.

The enraged students clashed with law enforcement agencies, pelting them with stones. Several protestors were eventually able to enter the high security Red Zone.

Islamabad’s heavily-guarded diplomatic enclave is home to most Western embassies, including the US, British and French missions.

The crudely made “Innocence of Muslims” has triggered protests in at least 20 countries since excerpts were posted online, and more than 30 people have been killed in violence linked to the film.

There have been dozens of protests around Pakistan over the past week and at least two people have been killed, but Thursday is the first time protests in the capital have turned violent.

Police fired tear gas and live rounds as the protesters tried to break through a barrier of truck containers set up to block access to the diplomatic enclave.

“I was ordered by my boss to disperse the crowd and that is why I had to open live fire but the aim was nearby trees and not the demonstrators,” Zaman Khan, a police officer deployed at the picket said.

The firing forced the protesters to scatter, but they returned later to pelt the police picket with stones.

Student Asif Mehmood demanded police let the protesters through to the US embassy.

Fellow protester Rehan Ahmad said: “Islam is often ridiculed by America and the West and blasphemy is committed against our prophet in the name of freedom of expression.”

Information Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira said that ''It is our responsibility to protect all our diplomats, all the foreigners.''

He criticized protesters for resorting to violence and suggested that various religious and militant groups among the crowd were to blame.

Most of the protesters appeared to be students affiliated with the Jamaat-e-Islami party.

Flags from other Islamic groups, Jamaat-u-Dawa and the extremist militant group, Sipah-e-Sahaba, could also be seen flying among the crowd.


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Ejaz Sep 20, 2012 09:11pm
It is just insane to destroy one's own house due to anger against an enemy. These are the reasons Muslims to the world are in bad shape at this time. No one can save someone determined to commit suicide. Allama Iqbal said in one of his verses (translation): God has never changed the condition for better of any nation, that does not care to change it themselves.
Saad Sep 21, 2012 02:27am
Technically it is a border. Diplomatic buildings are considered foreign soil and the law of the respective countries applies within them.
Usman Sep 22, 2012 11:00pm
Being a Muslim means following the sunnah of Prophet Mohammed (PBUH). The real way to protest is to adapt his teachings in out life. Follow sunnah and practice it in our lives. This way we can show the world who Muhammad (PBUH) was. Allah has given us an opportunity to teach others about our beloved prophet. We should take his opportunity to educate people and follow the sunnah. Violence and destroying things is not a proper way to protest. And Prophet Muhammad would never agree with such act of violence. This phenomenon of disrespecting Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) is not new. During the era of Quresh, abu Jehl used to make fun of our beloved Prophet (PBUH). Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) never responded in an act of violence instead showed love and kindness. Abu jelh wanted some kind of negative reaction from Muslims or prophet Muhammed so he can use it against him. But he never got any. In my opinion we should follow the sunnah and adapt sunnah in our lives and show the world that we love our prophet (PBUH) and what great of a man he was. And the question about if i am a true muslim or not. Allah knows inshaAllah what is in my heart. Salaam.
gangadin Sep 20, 2012 11:18pm
Islam is a peaceful religion.
DB Sep 21, 2012 12:32am
Destroy the embassy and then nobody's visas will ever get processed for a very long time. I feel for all Pakistanis abroad with applications "in process" for their wives, husbands, children,and parents to emmigrate out to a better life. Chances are their loved ones will be stuck in Pakistan for a good while.
pakone Sep 20, 2012 07:40pm
The army should take over. And if these "religious" hooligans (most of whom were laughing and smiling throughout) try this again, shoot into the crowd. Teach them a lesson once and for all! And arrest all hate preachers - what was the point of burning our own buildings and vehicles?? STOP being soft on them. Mush did the right thing by attacking lal masjid! They call this Islam?? Hypocrites who dont have a clue about the religion they pretend to preach!
Asif Sep 20, 2012 12:47pm
yes, destroy ur own country, this is the way to do it brothers...WELL DONE.
raza Sep 20, 2012 05:24pm
It is not you decide. Army needs to follow to command of democratic government. Army men are paid for secure at Borders. But government can ask it do any other work as deemed necessary. So no Controversy in it.
Rattan(Sydney) Sep 21, 2012 04:19pm
please stop using US products.i am sure USA will come on its knees begging you to use their products as they would go out of business.
Rattan(Sydney) Sep 21, 2012 05:39am
just goes to show how much time Pakistanis must be a relaxed place.
ali Sep 20, 2012 07:44pm
what is wrong with you my friend what do you think we should do?the movie is still on you tube and they havent removed it......
noman Sep 21, 2012 02:01am
its not fair to destroy public property and creating chaos in protest... as for protest peaceful its our right to show our love with prophet PBUH and all these americans must be expelled from country..
Caz Sep 21, 2012 09:36pm
There are no jobs ! Its a miscreated country and an historical mistake. . Now print this.
Usman Sep 22, 2012 11:04pm
Brother, That movie is about some one made up man and what they think of that man. How can they make a movie of our beloved prophet(PBUH) when they don't even know one thing about him. It is now our job to teach them who real Mohammed(PBUH) is. Adapt his sunnah and practice it and how the world how great of a man he was. Salaam.
Ahmer Sep 20, 2012 05:25pm
While the threat on the borders remains with two inimical neighbours on both our borders, the internal threat from misguided Pakistanis is even more serious.
Shahrukh Khan Sep 20, 2012 05:27pm
why not expel french and USA counselors?
khomi100 Sep 20, 2012 05:12pm
These protests show the mental state of these people? How can they be expected to have a reason for what they are doing. Their thinking capacity seems to be turned off!
Mutti Ur Rehman Sep 20, 2012 04:52pm
I understand this is not the right way but a Muslim (not just an identity but having Emaan) feel sorrow for the film maker and anger is natural. You people are always ready to comment to these protesters and haven
Mohd Asmim Sep 20, 2012 04:37pm
Most probably US and France
Watta Sutta Sep 20, 2012 05:30pm
All these protesters should be put behind bars. Look at them...half of them are laughing and just there for fun. More so, almost 99.9% of these don't even know what's in the movie. These mulvi's are behind this chaos all over the world.
Amir Sep 20, 2012 05:32pm
Krishna, there are a 170 million people living in Pakistan. Out of that if a 1,000 decide to stage a violent protest its not considered chaos. In a democracy people have the right to protest. I applaud the government for professionally tackling this delicate situation, which the did not create themselves. If this was Syria 900 of the protesters would be dead by now. If this was Iran they would be arrested and facing the death penalty.
kris Sep 20, 2012 05:33pm
Why pakistanis are more provoked than the others? Are you more Muslims than Arabs?
Ad Sep 20, 2012 12:22pm
Why army ? we want army only on borders !
saiq Sep 20, 2012 04:43pm
can we people, who know the civilized way to protest, do anything? or we can just comment? these people are destroying thier own country coz we r sitting inside..
syed Sep 20, 2012 05:37pm
Its beyond embarrassment now. Actually shameful and disgusting to reveal such perceptions to the world about your nation. I feel bad about those who represent Pak in the rest of the world as they can never be able to hold their heads high as proud Pakistanis. If religiosity turns you into animals, than I chose not to belong to any religion. I would rather be an atheist!
Asif Iqbal Sep 20, 2012 02:36pm
Why dont we stop using US products? That would be the best way to protest.
yawarchangezi (@mee_neo) Sep 20, 2012 04:55pm
better then angels ....... my foot ..... ashraf ul makhlooq
Faisal Ahmed Sep 20, 2012 05:40pm
Let the party begin......
Dave Sep 20, 2012 06:19pm
And to think that this is the so called amazing youth of Pakistan which wants a change
Sam T Sep 20, 2012 04:20pm
What a joke? First the government declares holiday to protest and then calls out the army to control the mob. I have not seen any civilized country will not try to diffuse the current situation and protect the foreign embassies. The current government openly asking the people to demonstrate and kill.
MNM Sep 20, 2012 06:25pm
What is police force doing.... not capable of managing the protestors
Duray Abbas Malik Sep 20, 2012 04:20pm
Nice response, keep it up and destroy your own home. see how wise we are
Zia Sep 20, 2012 04:21pm
Will there be an end to this craziness.
kirther Sep 20, 2012 04:22pm
Pakistani nation has been grossly misguided by corrupt and inefficient leadership, not only politically but also on religion issues.
pathanoo Sep 20, 2012 04:23pm
Malik, My friend, Pakistan is on permanent holiday, it seems to me. it is people like you who may bring it back to sanity.
pathanoo Sep 20, 2012 04:23pm
And Precisely, what is left?
Tanvr Afgan Sep 20, 2012 04:50pm
The Egyptian Copt and the mad Pastor must be enjoying the show!
Akhter Husain Sep 20, 2012 06:26pm
It was surely initiated from abroad.No derogatory film and no protests,peaceful or violent.
Ahmed Khan Sep 20, 2012 04:29pm
Call them students? They are jahils, whether studied in Madrassahs or otherwise. They are simply a mob of unruly, intolerant and undisciplined lot, bent upon destroying the fair name of our country and our peaceful religion.
trrao Sep 20, 2012 04:14pm
Why even police to fight with ones own people? Leave the protesters alone. They will do what they want. We have seen Libya what they have done. This gives freedom for American citizens to do similar things in America when situation demands.
mukut Sep 20, 2012 06:28pm
Why these people destroying PAK public property? It is loss to pak govt and public as property damaged will be repaired by public money only.
Bismillah Khan Sep 20, 2012 06:31pm
I think it is other way around. You would be naive or living in self-denial to NOT believe that ARMY runs the country like a monarchy. They themselves create these situations to make people believe that they are the only ones that could protect the country and are solution to each and every problem, otherwise, the people will realize that a country like Pakistan does not need this huge army and its budget.
marghoob ahmed siddiqui Sep 20, 2012 06:34pm
As much you can condemn the film as much you will have to condemn such demonstrations. This is not the way to protest. Let us show that we are more civilised than the producer of that nasty film.
Shaik Rasool Sep 20, 2012 05:45pm
A thousand rupee cost video, millioins loss to Pak and then a holiday. The world is watching where this country to going.
imran ali Sep 20, 2012 02:46pm
good destroy ur cntry and save the islam
Akhter Husain Sep 20, 2012 06:35pm
The US government should have apologized to the Muslims all over the globe and tried the culprit for spreading hate and violence against peaceful people of America.We know what we are doing,no chaos can engulf us.
jd shami Sep 20, 2012 05:52pm
Just wondering, why Pakistani public is so JAHAL and ignorant. May Allah (SWT) help them.
bilal Sep 20, 2012 05:52pm
Let us offer these protesters a chance to immigrate to US or EU....then we can see the strength of their belief.
jd shami Sep 20, 2012 05:53pm
Mr. Ali, Where do u live??????
Anonymous Sep 20, 2012 06:39pm
Country is going to be broken into pieces ...
Ahmedj Sep 20, 2012 05:57pm
if you are muslim then you should have to know that what is wrong!
Neer Nayan Sep 20, 2012 06:02pm
Another example of opportunists desperately trying to exploit the volatile situation to their mean motives, by instigating the religious sentiments of the innocent commoners. When the Pakistan Government has already declared Friday Sept 21, 2012 as the "Day of love for the Holy PROPHET (PBUH)" in a very universally significant response which should have been followed & supported by all peace-loving nations, to express the peaceful-mass-protest against the shameful deviant act in the name of freedom-of-expression, which is univocally being condemned by all nations, the blood-thirsty hooligans have once again bared their fangs. How about making 'Gandhian Studies' an essential and compulsory part of the curriculum, even at the elementary level, in the sub-continent/all continents?
Akhter Husain Sep 20, 2012 06:43pm
Do you have any problem with army.or you want Libya type incident here in Pakistan that an excuse is readily available.
Neer Nayan Sep 20, 2012 06:04pm
Very apt comment, bro !
sb Sep 20, 2012 06:06pm
You are correct... this type of activity is a bad thing for the country.
Mo Sep 20, 2012 06:43pm
They are the living proof and a great example that Islam is a religion of peace and compassion.
yj Sep 20, 2012 03:39pm
oh shoot. I live in the diplomatic enclave. I live near the US. embassy. wow. I'm freaking out.
Aslam Sep 20, 2012 03:05pm
Please stop destroying pakistans property for a film made in USA.Just ask our pakistani brothers in US to protest.
Akhter Husain Sep 20, 2012 06:48pm
The government did the right thing by calling army to provide protection to embassies which is obligatory.After all they are our guests.
Shahid Sep 20, 2012 03:15pm
Bunch of idiots!
bb Sep 20, 2012 03:13pm
bullshit i have friends working there and thats where the army needs to be
Michael Malcolm Sep 20, 2012 02:39pm
Those who do not have faith in their own religion and cannot punish their own citizen who incite and create problem for other religion, should not be spared. Faith is self respect for oneself and of others who believe in what they believe, That is freedom of religious belief and not giving freedom of speech to ridicule other religion.
imran ali Sep 20, 2012 02:38pm
good destroy ur country and save ur religion very good
Jon Sep 20, 2012 03:12pm
Most of these chapal wearing buffoons have no or very little understanding of religion, politics etc. They are just hooligans without a cause but to cause disruption and vent out frustration.
Alex Sep 20, 2012 03:07pm
It is very unfortunate what is going on in the world nowadays. Hopefully all of this will escalate down and not get worse.
shahid Sep 20, 2012 07:05pm
Prophet Muhammad was disrespected many times by kafirs during Prophet Muhammad time but He never took revenge or never allowed muslims to protest. These people claimed that they follow Prophet Muhammad teachings, not at all. They are just ruining their own country. If they really want to protest, do against corrupt leaders.
Ali Sep 20, 2012 02:22pm
Fantastic, keep up the good work guys. Blocked youtube, check! Now lets block internet access also, heck lets go ahead and block Television and radio too while we are at it, so there can definitely be no anti-islam movies, radio ads or internet sites available any longer. Also block the airports and all land routes to pakistan too, there may be some anti-islamic characters on that which dont belong in our country. I am so glad to see the level of absolute progress in Pakistan, given that we are the keepers of ISLAM offcourse. Talking about keepers, did anybody see any protests in SAUDI?? ummm nopes, not even a peep, Oh I guess they are a little busy over there. But yes back to us and the bearers of all faith, lets destroy, devastate, close, block and anything standing in the path of ISLAM in Pakistan and then when finally there will be no Pakistan then we can go back to the mountains, hills and live under shariah law and hang people on the hill sides. Just in case if the above scenario does not work, how about just ignoring the film, see if the film and the film maker is ignored their prime objective i.e. to rankle the muslim community to do exactly what we are doing right now so they can further label muslims as radicals. If they are ignored, obviously nobody is going to be watching this sorry excuse for a film and it will die a in a pathetic waste of unseen youtube videos. Would that not be just a very simple plan?
MAK Sep 20, 2012 01:13pm
Peaceful protest would do much better job than violent protest. Destruction of property makes no sense.Anyway, these protests are not going to change American policy,so called freedom of expression is the main excuse,Americans use.
Seedoo Sep 20, 2012 01:13pm
This is the beahvior or students who are supposed to educate themselves. Can you imagine the behavior of an ordinary Joe Blow on the street? Now Mr. Rehman has declared a national holiday so that these goones can create more havoc in the society while his ilk sit in the comfort of their homes enjoying TV and other pleasure of life.
hammad Sep 20, 2012 01:18pm
Done be frustrated bro ,its much better if you come out from your house ans teach people , how to behave and peaceful protest ..
SHIA Sep 20, 2012 01:18pm
We need army all in Pakistan. Bring in Martial Law and rid this country of ours from these money grabbing politicians and Zadari. All this terrorism and so called target killings will stop as soon as martial law is brought in.
dibs Sep 20, 2012 01:19pm
moving towards a medieval country . Too much anger will destroy the country .
Indophile Sep 20, 2012 01:16pm
Interesting. Indian muslims seems more matured. Relatively calm and peaceful.
Gerry D'Cunha Sep 20, 2012 01:20pm
Asif I agree with your comment - they are destroying what is little left
Satyameva Jayate Sep 20, 2012 01:22pm
There is a foreign hand behind this!?!
Ram Krishan Sharma Sep 20, 2012 07:14pm
By carrying out these acts , how will you convince the rest of the world that " Islam is a religion of peace ."
XYZ Sep 20, 2012 01:25pm
Well said.
Malik Sep 20, 2012 01:35pm
Lets get another official holliday in protest to the French publication! Then another.......
Usman Sep 20, 2012 01:35pm
What is wrong with these people?
Maqboolfida (@Maqboolfida) Sep 20, 2012 01:04pm
What is the final outcome of all these agitations?? What is going to happen? What is going to change?? NOTHING!!! So why waste time and get on with building your own country...we've got to be mature on how we handle all these agitations....these kind of protests will not help us in anyway!!
Aamir Khan Sep 20, 2012 01:38pm
Shabash! Honor the Prophet (pbuh), the man who preached peace, by destroying your own country and fighting your own country men, while the man who made the video watches gleefully. Way to go! Brilliant job.
Muzamil Abbas Sep 20, 2012 01:38pm
We are burning ourselves, we are firing at our own people our own loss when we will realize it. Alas
Faran Ali Sep 20, 2012 01:01pm
No Arif... actually they call Army at every hour of need be it relief activities or this and rest of the day everyone just blames army for everything and say that Army should only guard external borders.. huhh!!
Krishna Sep 20, 2012 01:02pm
Attacking the embassies is the last thing that was not done till now in Pakistan.. The country is heading towards choas..
KM Sep 20, 2012 01:04pm
As an embassy IS a foreign country's land, there was army on borders, actually.
Dr. Emile Unjom Sep 20, 2012 01:44pm
Reaction is good enough to register protest and express emotions,but rage unbridled and unrestrained has the potential to be implosively counter productive. We may be forgetting our long term interests trying to encash the immediate political gains in a highly charged environment, with no signs of defusing at least at the moment. Pandora's box looks no different.
raika45 Sep 20, 2012 01:45pm
Look at the picture above. Most of them are kids.If this is what your religion teaches the young and the parents do not interfere,I feel sorry for your country.You cannot blame others but yourselves.
KDP Sep 20, 2012 01:48pm
This you-tube thing is amazing. Sitting here in Houston USA I can single handedly start riots in Pakistan, Somalia, Indonesia etc !!!!
B Sep 20, 2012 01:51pm
Indeed. :D
Salvation Sep 20, 2012 02:10pm
Well done. Keep it up. This is the way to salvation. Oh, remember never to eat KFC again, use your fridge, travel on a plane as they are all made by non believers. Oh and that gun you are carrying might be US made as welll.
Ranga Sep 20, 2012 02:11pm
When Anna Hazare went on Satyagraha, India went thru another freedom movement. For those of us who were born post independence, it was an experience as never before. We understood the true power of Satyagraha. This is a golden opportunity for Muslims. Make use of it. Make sure no one would dare to rub u on the wrong side anytime in the future. This cannot be led by mullas. Students, professors, lawyers, etc, need to lead from the from the front. Go for it.
Nasir D Sep 20, 2012 02:06pm
Great way to protect the honour of the prophet (pbuh) by going against everything he preahed and destroying your own country and injuring people in the process. The only people committing 'tauheen-e-risalat' are the jiyalas smashing things up.
Namreen Sep 20, 2012 02:02pm
Shahbash Pakistan- you have showed that a single video can control your emotions and actions, you have proved that the Western Media has complete and utter control over you. You have disrespected your own religion by vandalizing public property and harming human life and to put a cherry over it all... you have caused considerable harm to our country's economy and global reputation. Well Done!
imran Sep 20, 2012 02:04pm
you are right Mr. Asif. We are doing it for last 65 years in the name of religion and protecting it and vandaliziing our country.
Ranga Sep 20, 2012 02:00pm
Understand one thing, u are proving their point. Wake up, go on a hunger strike, pray non stop. Make your point. Wake up!
Sandip Sep 20, 2012 01:58pm
US never made the film. Individuals in US made the film.
Zakir Akbar Sep 20, 2012 01:58pm
This is the international obligation of Pakistan Governement to protect deiplomats. You have registered your protest and go back to work.
Feroze Sep 20, 2012 01:54pm
Burn property, kill your own, deprive the daily wage workers of the few ruppees they take home to feed their families all in the name of Islam. Well done my friends.
Nissoana Sep 20, 2012 03:24pm
i love these people ....
brighton rodeo Sep 20, 2012 06:07pm
There is an other publication in France what to do with this,.
faisal Sep 20, 2012 08:42pm
if you see in the picture it is very clear the people are just laughing and having fun, no one looks serious or emotional, im sure most of them hardly even go to pray five times, but here they are just trying to prove that they are the most religious, and amazing thing is that the guy who made the movie, is not even pure american but an Egyptian, and no mullah even dare to notice that, this is called lack of education from both religious and the Issue itself... and in islam our beloved Prophet(P.B.U.H) never allowed violance, if you remember the story of a lady who use to throw garbage on our beloved Prophet(P.B.U.H) and once she didnt throw the garbage so our beloved Prophet(P.B.U.H) went and asked for a reason of not throwing the garbage and found out that she was sick, but the way our beloved prophet behaved, made the lady to convert and become muslim..thats called true muslim behaviour...the act is a shamefull act but we can protest in an educated manner rather to make fun of our selves and our religion...
Fizza Sep 20, 2012 09:04pm
and at the end of THIS protest, like gazillions of others, I wonder who will cover the financial & ethical loss and the reputation of the nation as a whole?! This a rhetorical question by the way. We all know the answer and lower our head in shame.
Amir Sep 20, 2012 10:38pm
@Krishna, You are being generours here. The country is already in choas.
Malik Sep 20, 2012 10:43pm
Even the reporting is wrong. It is not a US-made film. It is made by an Egyptian who lives in USA. US govt has nothing to do with it.
Only Pakistani Sep 20, 2012 02:45pm
Till 4:00 pm there were only about 500 students... then the "dandabardar" groups of religious parties arrived... so the situation got out of hand.. you could see grown up man with covered faces destroying the public property...
Dawar Naqvi Sep 20, 2012 11:41pm
People kill each other over politics, and use "religion" as a unifying force for their side.
manghirmalani Sep 21, 2012 01:00am
You are absolutely right -Army has no business in internal affairs of Pakistan
khan Sep 21, 2012 01:14am
I wish people come on street to tople this corrupt government which is a puppit of U.S government.
Siddhu Sep 21, 2012 02:09am
why don't the overseas pakistanis pack up their bags and move back to their country in protest.How can true muslims live in a country which mocks their religion.
Mo Sep 21, 2012 10:03pm
I think a whole month will be more appropriate. Then they wouldn't have any jobs left to come back to.
shahab Sep 21, 2012 02:41am
The people who are giving these comments are trying to be rational, but they do not realize that the people of Pakistan are protesting against nations who portray themselves as rational but are actually the most irrational people on earth. They consider themselves mighty enough to abuse anyone. I ask the people of Pakistan, if anyone abuses their parents, what would be their reaction. And by the way, the destruction caused by these violent protests can be compared with the destruction done caused by the financial and ethical corruption of the ruling elite and the general hypocricy of the people.
GH Sep 21, 2012 02:43am
Give holiday for whole week so they can protest as much as they want.May be they will get tired after that.
muhammad Sep 20, 2012 04:04pm
all of tham are crazy all you need is a coment at the bottom of the movie saying look you disrespect my prophet ,and my prophet teaching taught me not to disrespect yours ......... how wonderfull is Muhammad (pbuh)
Nomadic100 Sep 20, 2012 04:01pm
If so many Muslims riot against an absurd and pathetic film (which no one has actually seen), then you must really worry that your religion is truly vulnerable and fragile. People confident in themselves and their religion would simply laugh at such a "movie," but you folks seem unable to do that.
Mo Sep 21, 2012 10:01pm
My friend you have no idea what freedom and freedom of speech means. Once you get the taste of it, you never want to go back to countries where fanaticism, fear and ignorance rules.
Mo Sep 21, 2012 09:58pm
Yes, let's keeping on destroying and burning everything we have (left). Then the world be so scared of us that nobody will dare insult our religion. I think that would be a great plan.