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Once again, no ISIS here folks, just the good old Religion of Peace.


"I had to:" Inside the mind of an 'honor' killer in Pakistan


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In this photo taken on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016, neighbors of Mubeen Rajhu, who killed his sister Tasleem, talk about the murder in Lahore, Pakistan. Rajhu who couldn't stand the teasing, accusations and whispers from co-workers and neighbors that his sister was having an affair and with a Christian. The taunts were relentless. "What kind of a man are you?" his workmates at the coal-fired steel mill where he had worked for nearly four years asked. His neighbors sneered as he passed. "Do you have no honor?" they asked. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary) (The Associated Press)

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    In this photo taken on Saturday, Sept. 3, 2016, colleagues of Mubeen Rajhu, who killed his sister Tasleem, work at a steel mill in Lahore, Pakistan. Rajhu, who killed his sister Tasleem, couldn't stand the teasing, accusations and whispers from co-workers and neighbors that his sister was having an affair and with a Christian. The taunts were relentless. "What kind of a man are you?" his workmates at the coal-fired steel mill where he had worked for nearly four years asked. His neighbors sneered as he passed. "Do you have no honor?" they asked. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary) (The Associated Press)

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    In this photo taken on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016, Pakistani cleric Dr. Raghib Hussain Naeemi talks to The Associated Press on Lahore, Pakistan about the case of Tasleem, who was killed by her brother for her relationship with a Christian man. He said there is no provision in Islam that allows a Muslim to marry a Christian but the man's conversion to Islam should have been accepted. Still, Naeemi said Tasleem deserved to be punished by 100 lashes. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary) (The Associated Press)

LAHORE, Pakistan – For two months, over the thunder of machines at the steel mill, the men taunted Mubeen Rajhu about his sister. Even now, they laugh at how easy it was to make him lose his temper.

Some people had seen Tasleem in their Lahore slum with a Christian man. She was 18, a good Muslim girl, out in public with a man. Even though the man had converted to Islam out of love for her, this couldn't be allowed.

"Some guys got to know that his sister was having a relationship," says Ali Raza, a co-worker at the mill. "They would say: 'Can't you do anything? What is the matter with you? You are not a man.'"

Raza can barely contain a smile as he talks about the hours spent needling Rajhu.

"He used to tell us, 'If you don't stop, I will kill myself. Stop!'" Raza says.

He raises his voice to compete with the sounds of the coal-powered mill, and workers blackened by its dust gather to listen. They too smile. A few laugh at the memory of Rajhu's outbursts.

"The guys here told him, . 'It would be better to kill your sister. It is better than letting her have this relationship,'" Raza says.

Rajhu told them he had bought a pistol, and one day in August he stopped coming to work.

Rajhu discovered that his sister had defied the family and married the Christian. For six days he paced. His rage grew. How could she?

He watched her laughing on the phone, ignoring their mother's pleas to leave the man.

On the seventh day, he retrieved the pistol from where he had hidden it and walked up to his sister and with one bullet to the head, he killed her.


She was 18, a good Muslim girl, out in public with a man. Even though the man had converted to Islam out of love for her, this couldn't be allowed.

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Once again, no ISIS here folks, just the good old Religion of Peace.

"I had to:" Inside the mind of an 'honor' killer in Pakistan

1475476337500.jpg?ve=1&tl=1

In this photo taken on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016, neighbors of Mubeen Rajhu, who killed his sister Tasleem, talk about the murder in Lahore, Pakistan. Rajhu who couldn't stand the teasing, accusations and whispers from co-workers and neighbors that his sister was having an affair and with a Christian. The taunts were relentless. "What kind of a man are you?" his workmates at the coal-fired steel mill where he had worked for nearly four years asked. His neighbors sneered as he passed. "Do you have no honor?" they asked. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary) (The Associated Press)

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    In this photo taken on Saturday, Sept. 3, 2016, colleagues of Mubeen Rajhu, who killed his sister Tasleem, work at a steel mill in Lahore, Pakistan. Rajhu, who killed his sister Tasleem, couldn't stand the teasing, accusations and whispers from co-workers and neighbors that his sister was having an affair and with a Christian. The taunts were relentless. "What kind of a man are you?" his workmates at the coal-fired steel mill where he had worked for nearly four years asked. His neighbors sneered as he passed. "Do you have no honor?" they asked. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary) (The Associated Press)

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    In this photo taken on Thursday, Sept. 1, 2016, Pakistani cleric Dr. Raghib Hussain Naeemi talks to The Associated Press on Lahore, Pakistan about the case of Tasleem, who was killed by her brother for her relationship with a Christian man. He said there is no provision in Islam that allows a Muslim to marry a Christian but the man's conversion to Islam should have been accepted. Still, Naeemi said Tasleem deserved to be punished by 100 lashes. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary) (The Associated Press)

LAHORE, Pakistan – For two months, over the thunder of machines at the steel mill, the men taunted Mubeen Rajhu about his sister. Even now, they laugh at how easy it was to make him lose his temper.

Some people had seen Tasleem in their Lahore slum with a Christian man. She was 18, a good Muslim girl, out in public with a man. Even though the man had converted to Islam out of love for her, this couldn't be allowed.

"Some guys got to know that his sister was having a relationship," says Ali Raza, a co-worker at the mill. "They would say: 'Can't you do anything? What is the matter with you? You are not a man.'"

Raza can barely contain a smile as he talks about the hours spent needling Rajhu.

"He used to tell us, 'If you don't stop, I will kill myself. Stop!'" Raza says.

He raises his voice to compete with the sounds of the coal-powered mill, and workers blackened by its dust gather to listen. They too smile. A few laugh at the memory of Rajhu's outbursts.

"The guys here told him, . 'It would be better to kill your sister. It is better than letting her have this relationship,'" Raza says.

Rajhu told them he had bought a pistol, and one day in August he stopped coming to work.

Rajhu discovered that his sister had defied the family and married the Christian. For six days he paced. His rage grew. How could she?

He watched her laughing on the phone, ignoring their mother's pleas to leave the man.

On the seventh day, he retrieved the pistol from where he had hidden it and walked up to his sister and with one bullet to the head, he killed her.

She was 18, a good Muslim girl, out in public with a man. Even though the man had converted to Islam out of love for her, this couldn't be allowed.

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Ya know, ya really cannot make this shit up.


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Do you CONS know that Jesus is a prophet in Islam and that Jehovah is and Allah are the same EVIL god? Muslims are Christians 2.0.

Jesus did not order His followers to slaughter in His Name. Mohammed did. Do some research.

I just don't see much ( or really, any ) of this from today's Jews or Christians. But feel free to post this behavior from today's Jews or Christians that parallels this. Especially in such magnitude. Take your time. Last 30 Days

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I mean, it's like 500 or 600, or maybe more attacks, since Orlando.

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