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November 29, 2006

'Heroic Resistance' Disembowels Afghan Man for Daring to Educate Girls

Topics: Understanding Islam

During an enjoyable telephone discussion yesterday with our good friend Drima at The Sudanese Thinker (his undisclosed secure location is in Malaysia), I learned about "thabet" at, one of the many Muslims that speaking out from their keyboards against radical Islamists. Today, thabet has a post up saying, "Step by step, the thugs and brutes, who have emptied jihad of its moral doctrines, and who call themselves 'defenders of Islam', are exposed for the brutal, vicious, evil murderers they are":

The gunmen came at night to drag Mohammed Halim away from his home, in front of his crying children and his wife begging for mercy.

The 46-year-old schoolteacher tried to reassure his family that he would return safely. But his life was over, he was part-disembowelled and then torn apart with his arms and legs tied to motorbikes, the remains put on display as a warning to others against defying Taliban orders to stop educating girls.

Brutal, vicious, and evil - indeed, and so typical of the followers of the plague that is enveloping the earth, the plague of radical Islam. These people need to hear more from Muslim moderates like thabet, who holds nothing back in his condemnation of their hateful, violent, and evil ideology:
And I pray that, step by step, the veil of ignorance, deliberate or otherwise, Muslims around the globe wear when viewing these pseudo-mujahidin and their 'resistance' movements is lifted and burnt.
Be sure to check in at often, and help thabet get his message out to the jihadists. His site deserves the hit and a link.

Related: How would you differentiate a radical Muslim from a moderate Muslim?

Posted by Richard at November 29, 2006 9:30 AM

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