Article by Dr. Qanta Ahmed highlights the attrocities that radicals inflict on their own communities

The Huffington Post carries an article written by Dr. Qanta Ahmed about an internet beheading in Pakistan that she witnessed online.

We are “used” to hearing about well known figures like journalist Daniel Pearl’s beheading, but there is not much coverage of average people being beheaded by their own communities. Dr. Ahmed sheds light on this brutal practice and shows how young children are being taught how to commit murderous acts by vile and dangerous adults.

She comments on the obscene irony of people’s outrage of disrespectful cartoons, yet these same offended protestors are content to sit quietly by as fellow countrymen (and women)are led out to public areas where their death by mutilation is witnessed by large groups of spectators.

Read the attached article and ponder on the fact that it is not only “foreigners” who are targets of these hate mongers. There appears to be no depth to which they will not sink – from poisoning little school girls, to hacking off young men’s heads and worse still, using young boys to carry out their dirty work.

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