I saw a trailer of a documentary the other day of how they brainwash kids to be jihadists from a very young age in Pakistan. Very disturbing.
A friend of mine volunteered to take in a Pakistanee refugee teenager. Hopefully nothing bad happens if he insults a fictional character.
Well, it sounds like from the article that it was Mohammad that he talked about, who actually existed. However, the article doesn't actually say what he said, so I don't know if that's true or not. Either way he shouldn't have been killed, but I really wish that it showed what he said or shared.
Yeah, I'm aware that he existed. But if you claim to be sent by god, then you're playing a character, imo, unless proven otherwise.
No offense to those who chose to believe otherwise and are not violent about their beliefs. They can believe it's real. I can believe it's not.
Although I meant it more in a general sense. There are a lot of questionable things in religion that might set off people like the ones in the video. Like in the bible, there's a 7 headed red dragon with a crown on each head, and it's tail knocked down a third of the stars in the sky and flung them towards earth.
Not sure what's more surprising. Earth surviving the collision with the stars, or the length of its tail being thousands of lightyears.
Either way, no one should have to lose their lives for speaking their mind about these concepts.