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Islamic Organisation Head issued " Fatwa of Death " against Dr. Ali Sina ( www.faithfreedom.org)

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Submitted by Bhism (India), Oct 13, 2006 at 00:51

Islamic Organisation Head issued " Fatwa of Death " against Dr. Ali Sina ( www.faithfreedom.org) :

We can see that what Muslims do to their fellow muslims who dare to speak to expose Truth about the Islam .

We all know that Dr.Ali Sina has done great work of exposing Islam and its relation to Global Terrorism , Crisis and Massacres. and now Muslim Organisations are issuing " Fatwa " against him and planning to murder him.

We have to spread the Writings of Dr. Ali Sina on all the Internet groups , Blogs , Forum , Orkut Communities, Websites and Media persons.Inorder to destroy Islamist Terrorism , we have to expose Islam and its nefarious designs.

Ali Sina On The Indian State & Democracy
Quote: I have received words that according to a Hyderabad (India) local news magazine "Muslim Jagaran", Syed Yousaf Bin, the chief patron of the Ulema Board, in Hyderabad has issued a fatwa against my person. According to the sources he has decreed, "if anybody kills Dr. Ali Sina, he will be rewarded with Rs.1,000,000 (Indian rupees one million)". Syed Yousaf Bin was the person behind the fatwa against Indian tennis sensation Sania Mirza.

Haseeb-ul-hasan Siddiqui, a leading cleric of the Muslim organization, the Sunni Ulema Board has also warned me and others behind faithfreedom.org of the consequences that we would have to face if we don't close our website. "According to Islam, the criticisers of Islam should be stoned to death," he is reported to have said.

Safdar Nagori who was the secretary-general of the extremist Islamic outfit S.I.M.I (Students Islamic Movement of India) till the organization was proscribed under the Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002 has been reported to have said, "Dr. Ali Sina would be killed within a month, irrespective of wherever his hideout is."

This is happening in the secular India. If anyone issues such blatant death threats and solicit murder in a real democracy, he would have to spend years in jail. India, the largest "democracy" of the world is obviously a banana republic. Muslim goons roam around freely issuing fatwas and offering rewards for the assassination of the critics of Islam and no one dares to call them to account. Does the Indian Police expect me to go there and file suit against these criminals? Isn't issuing death threat a crime in India? Isn't it their duty to go after terrorists? How poorly this reflects on India and Indians who bend backwards to appease Muslims in their country! Now Muslims in India constitute only 12% of the population. But they are procreating faster than the Hindus. What they would demand when they become 20%? Another partition?

Now, this is happening in India, which is allegedly a democracy. What they would do to you in Pakistan, which prides itself to be a fanatical Islamic country and a dictatorship if you agree with anything I say?

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