But it’s a religion of peace

06 May

Once more we see how this religion of peace is not so much about peace but more about intolerance.In Dhaka, Bangladesh 11 people have were killed on Sunday and Monday and hundreds more hurt by this religion of peace.

 hard-line Islamists

It seems the Islamists are trying to bring Talibanization to Bangladesh.The Islamists are demanding that the government to introduce a new blasphemy law, reinstate pledges to Allah in the constitution, ban women from mixing freely with men and make Islamic education mandatory.So far the government of Bangladesh have said no to them.

In this battle, more than a 100 people have been killed by this religion of peace this year alone in Bangladesh.


Posted by on May 6, 2013 in Life, politics


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4 responses to “But it’s a religion of peace

  1. Adnan R. Amin

    May 7, 2013 at 11:09 am

    With all due respect – the 11 people weren’t hurt by Islam, but by Hefazat E Islam (a radical non-political force). There’s a gulf of difference there. Just like the burden of the Holocaust is not on Christianity, these killings shouldn’t be pinned on Islam. There are millions of peace-loving, kind and tolerant Muslims in Bangladesh. I’d like to think I’m one of them. Thank you.

    • rockwellh

      May 13, 2013 at 6:32 am

      with all due respect if the millions of peace-loving, kind and tolerant Muslims in Bangladesh would stand up to Hefazat E Islam (a radical non-political force) this would not be happening and those 11 people might still be alive

      • Adnan R. Amin

        May 13, 2013 at 11:49 am

        Before going into that tangent – I’ll reiterate the distinction between Islam and Muslims in my previous comment.
        In your reply, you’ve rightly pointed out our failure to fully prevent loss of lives. I guess its easy to have a monolithic target to blame for all misery. But the logical mind must acknowledge that there’s no ‘causality’ between us being Muslims and our allowing the violence. The England Riots of 2011 didn’t happen because its 72% Christians failed to prevent it. What the Bangladeshi causalities are correlated to, is politics and access to resources. Peace out.

  2. rockwellh

    May 13, 2013 at 3:03 pm

    good point , thank you for your comments.


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