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Iranian President & Pakistani Prime Minister's Response

Posted 21 September 2012 - 12:47 PM (#1) User is offline   Desert-Sheikh 

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Pakistani Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf called on the international community Friday to pass laws to prevent people from insulting the Prophet Muhammad.

"If denying the Holocaust is a crime, then is it not fair and legitimate for a Muslim to demand that denigrating and demeaning Islam's holiest personality is no less than a crime?" Pakistani Prime Minister said during a speech to religious scholars and international diplomats in Islamabad.
The Pakistani Foreign Ministry summoned the U.S. charge d'affaires in Islamabad, Richard Hoagland, Friday to protest the film. Pakistan has banned access to YouTube because the website refused to remove the video.


Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad also lashed out at the West over the film and the caricatures in the French weekly, Charlie Hebdo.

"In return for (allowing) the ugliest insults to the divine messenger, they - the West - raise the slogan of respect for freedom of speech," said Ahmadinejad during a speech in the capital, Tehran.

He said this explanation was "clearly a deception."

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Posted 22 September 2012 - 12:06 PM (#2) User is offline   tozmi 

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Double standards! We should look at what Allah's(swt) most Beloved(pbuh) would have done. We need to be dignified in our response. A boycott of goods from these countries is a good way to start and we need our scholars to give speeches that can be plastered throughout the Internet. Islam is the most dignified and civilised religion, but us adherents tend to show the opposite! Instead of burning down American businesses we should set up pickets outside them, especially in our Muslim countries. Hit their economy and get ourselves heard.
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Posted 22 September 2012 - 11:55 PM (#3) User is offline   Bintay_Hawa 

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View Posttozmi, on 22 September 2012 - 12:06 PM, said:

Double standards! We should look at what Allah's(swt) most Beloved(pbuh) would have done. We need to be dignified in our response. A boycott of goods from these countries is a good way to start and we need our scholars to give speeches that can be plastered throughout the Internet. Islam is the most dignified and civilised religion, but us adherents tend to show the opposite! Instead of burning down American businesses we should set up pickets outside them, especially in our Muslim countries. Hit their economy and get ourselves heard.


Yes we have to boycott their stuff, i have already suggested this but it seems like majority can't live with out having their products!! need to unite and show them our love and respect the thing I do not understand is Saudia did protest and boycott Denmark products on burning Quran but they are silence on this film issue....
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