Pakistani mullah ‘Planted Charred Texts’ On Girl Accused Of BlasphemyPosted by Phil Ferguson on September 3rd, 2012 – 2 Comments – Posted in Uncategorized
The mullah at the centre of the furore surrounding a young Pakistani Christian girl facing a death sentence for blasphemy has been accused of deliberately framing her by planting burnt Islamic texts.
What? A religious leader that behaves immorally?
In an extraordinary development in the case, which has attracted international condemnation, Hafiz Mohammed Khalid Chishti arrived in court blindfolded and under tight security after being arrested late on Saturday night. The judge ruled he should be held in police custody for two weeks.
Police say two of his colleagues gave statements that he added pages from the Qu’ran to strengthen the case against Rimsha Masih, who has been in custody for two weeks after she was accused by Muslim neighbours in her Islamabad neighbourhood of burning the holy book.
So… he added charred pages of the Qu’ran to make it look like the girl burned pages of the Qu’ran. I guess he had to… um… burn some pages. Please remind me Mr. mullah what is the penalty for burning the Qu’ran.
The crime is particularly serious under the country’s much-criticised blasphemy laws and offenders can be sentenced to death.
Oh yeah – that’s it!
Maulvi Zubair and two other assistants at a mosque near Rimsha’s house told police Chishti deliberately added pages from the Qu’ran to some charred refuse she was carrying.
Zubair is said to have objected at the time but Chishti insisted it was the only way to get rid of Christians in the area.
Rimsha’s lawyers maintain that she did not commit any crime. They say that not only is she only 13 years old, and should be tried as a juvenile, she also has Down’s syndrome and therefore “cannot commit such a crime”, according to her bail application.
What kind of an evil person would make trouble for this girl. Oh yeah, the mullah….
Chishti has been outspoken about his dislike of the hundreds of Christian families who live in the area, even appearing on a popular national television show to complain that the noise made by Christian worshippers had disturbed Muslim residents.
He also welcomed the departure of most of the Christians from the area following the furore surrounding the arrest of Rimsha last month. With passions running high in the community – hundreds of people demonstrated outside her house, reportedly demanding the right to burn the young girl to death – most Christians fled the area.
“We are not upset the Christians have left and we will be pleased if they don’t come back,” Chishti told the Guardian on 18 August.
Can you feel the love? Only religion can create people that a so wicked.