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10th February 2012

Photo reblogged from The Daily What with 761 notes

thedailywhat:

This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: Hamza Kashgari, a young writer for the Saudi daily newspaper Al Bilad who fled his homeland after being charged with offending Islam and the Prophet Mohammed, was seized upon arrival in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and will be sent back to Saudi Arabia to face a possible death sentence.
Kashgari took to Twitter last week, prior to the anniversary of Muhammad’s birth, and wrote down a series of seemingly innocuous reflections.
“On your birthday, I find you wherever I turn. I will say that I have loved aspects of you, hated others, and could not understand many more,” the 23-year-old tweeted.
The response from tens of thousands of Saudis was immediate and unequivocal: Kashgari was a blasphemer and deserved to die.
He attempted to withdraw his comments and apologize — even beg — but the damage had been done. A short while later, King Abdullah personally ordered his arrest, and Kashgari became a fugitive.
He managed to escape Saudi Arabia, but didn’t get very far. “The Malaysian authorities are coordinating with Saudi Arabia to hand Kashgari over,” the Saudi newspaper Al Youm reported.
The country’s powerful Islamic Fatwa Committee has released a statement saying Kashgari must be punished in accordance with Islamic law. In other words: Execution. 
[emirates247 / dailybeast.]

I read about this yesterday and it is very disturbing and sad but there is almost no chance he will actually be executed although now that he fled they may push for a harsh punishment. Originally word was that he would receive roughly 3 months in jail and mostly because of the fact that he didn’t arrive at court to face trial. Still is one of those stories that makes me amazed that we live in a world where this type of thing still goes on.

thedailywhat:

This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: Hamza Kashgari, a young writer for the Saudi daily newspaper Al Bilad who fled his homeland after being charged with offending Islam and the Prophet Mohammed, was seized upon arrival in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and will be sent back to Saudi Arabia to face a possible death sentence.

Kashgari took to Twitter last week, prior to the anniversary of Muhammad’s birth, and wrote down a series of seemingly innocuous reflections.

“On your birthday, I find you wherever I turn. I will say that I have loved aspects of you, hated others, and could not understand many more,” the 23-year-old tweeted.

The response from tens of thousands of Saudis was immediate and unequivocal: Kashgari was a blasphemer and deserved to die.

He attempted to withdraw his comments and apologize — even beg — but the damage had been done. A short while later, King Abdullah personally ordered his arrest, and Kashgari became a fugitive.

He managed to escape Saudi Arabia, but didn’t get very far. “The Malaysian authorities are coordinating with Saudi Arabia to hand Kashgari over,” the Saudi newspaper Al Youm reported.

The country’s powerful Islamic Fatwa Committee has released a statement saying Kashgari must be punished in accordance with Islamic law. In other words: Execution. 

[emirates247 / dailybeast.]

I read about this yesterday and it is very disturbing and sad but there is almost no chance he will actually be executed although now that he fled they may push for a harsh punishment. Originally word was that he would receive roughly 3 months in jail and mostly because of the fact that he didn’t arrive at court to face trial. Still is one of those stories that makes me amazed that we live in a world where this type of thing still goes on.

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  1. judith-greene reblogged this from happywaves and added:
    Why do bigots want to drag us back into the cave? We only just fucking got out and the air is so fresh. Fuck man I wish...
  2. happywaves reblogged this from filthyorphan and added:
    Time and time again my government has embarrassed me. I am so ashamed. This is not right. Death sentence is not justice....
  3. noirkitsch reblogged this from thedailywhat and added:
    This is what happens when organised religions fail to exercise humanity, compassion and mercy. What’s more alarming is...
  4. lemongrabmypenis reblogged this from whereskullsarebroken
  5. whereskullsarebroken reblogged this from pynchonian
  6. lorenzomakesthings reblogged this from captain-sonic and added:
    A human life has less value than a message left on twitter. :(
  7. captainpenelope reblogged this from sinidentidades
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  9. sinidentidades reblogged this from sanityscraps
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  15. approachinglightspeed reblogged this from thereisnogod and added:
    ^^^ Whatever happened to divine retribution?
  16. thereisnogod reblogged this from goodreasonnews and added:
    Religion amazes me when a mere mortal could hurt a god.
  17. johnnypsychopath reblogged this from thedailywhat and added:
    this is insane.
  18. panicky-change-of-url reblogged this from thefistofartemis
  19. vivicon reblogged this from the-nomad
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  21. kavaliier reblogged this from thedailywhat and added:
    malaysia handed him back to saudi arabia yesterday. this is not good, he will not receive a fair trial and will very...
  22. boozedup-wanderlust reblogged this from thedailywhat and added:
    Ugh. It still amazes me...shit like this still happens
  23. vergiliusmaro reblogged this from salmonidae-of-doubt
  24. salmonidae-of-doubt reblogged this from atomicyawn
  25. hanoona said: Seems there is missing information. No one would get the death sentence for this, or have people being caught in other countries over some tweets.
  26. angelahaha reblogged this from royceduong
  27. abszurdisztan reblogged this from ronbarak and added:
    Now you guess what chances democracy in the Muslim world has…
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  29. wordsonaplatform reblogged this from the-metres-gained and added:
    Places I’m ever going to visit: Malaysia