Hate speech, any end?

28 Jun

What we do depends on what we see, and what we hear. The repetitive voices confirm and reconfirm our thought pattern, which looks simple, but prove damaging in many cases. The propaganda and hate speech are the best examples I could come up with to prove my point. The recent wave of hatred against Ahmadis has taken 84 lives and that too in their mosques in Lahore. Since 1974, the fate of this sect has been pre-written by people and governments of Pakistan. The subsequent laws have not only poisoned millions of minds but also made Muslims or religious leaders’ custodians of religion. Now their life is in the hands of these Mullas who preach hatred and inhumanity on the streets with no realization of consequences. How hate speech can bring havoc and mutilate humanity is no more a mystery. This video is self explanatory. And it also exposes how generous the government can be in giving free hand to these troublesome people in the name of religion which is sheer exploitation.

1 Comment

Posted by on June 28, 2010 in Ahmadis


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One response to “Hate speech, any end?

  1. Nasir

    August 10, 2010 at 7:30

    Its very sad to see that individuals in this world can use the most wonderful religion in the world and twist it to give it their own meaning


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