A Response In Malaysia

Posted: January 27, 2010 in A Response in Malaysia, Church Burnings, Jihadi Events

Pig Heads Found in Mosques in Malaysia, Home to the Burning Churches Over Use of the Word “Allah”

Smart. Very smart.

Regular Atlas readers have been following the the murderous rampages in moderate Malaysia by Muslims and  their burning  and bombing of churches (stories here). Last week Muslims burned the fourth church in their latest insane seizure of Islamic supremism. Seems that the Philistine are banning normal humans from using the word “allah”. As if …..

After repeated church burning and bombings……… a response. Notice no bombs, no fire, no death. Just a psyop. Brilliant. Apsyop against the mindless ….. heh. Genius, I tell ya.

Pig heads found at Malaysian mosques

Malaysian police said severed pigs’ heads were found at two mosques on Wednesday, in the latest of a spate of attacks on places of worship that have escalated ethnic tensions.

The dumping of the heads of four pigs – considered unclean by Muslims – comes amid a row over the use of the word “Allah” by non-Muslims that has seen violence against 11 churches, a mosque and two Muslim prayer halls.

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Malaysian police said severed pigs’ heads were found at two mosques on Wednesday, in the latest of a spate of attacks on places of worship that have escalated ethnic tensions.

The dumping of the heads of four pigs – considered unclean by Muslims – comes amid a row over the use of the word “Allah” by non-Muslims that has seen violence against 11 churches, a mosque and two Muslim prayer halls.

Police and religious leaders called for calm and said that saboteurs may be attempting to stir up ethnic conflict in Malaysia, a predominantly Muslim Malay nation that has large ethnic Chinese and Indian minorities.

“By looking at the modus operandi of the (pigs’ head) incidents… I think it is the same group that is involved in the previous attacks,” national police chief Musa Hassan told reporters.

“I think they are throwing money (to those carrying out the attacks) to cause such incidents,” he said, warning those responsible not to “play with fire” and undermine national security.

The places of worship have been pelted with Molotov cocktails, stones and paint in tensions triggered by a December 31 court ruling that overturned a ban on non-Muslims using the word “Allah” as a translation for “God”.

Nineteen people have so far been arrested for their roles in the attacks.

The government argues that the use of the disputed word by Christians, who make up nine per cent of the population, could cause confusion and encourage religious conversion, which is illegal for Malaysian Muslims.

Confuse Muslims?

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