Thursday, April 7, 2016

Radical Islam demands 100% devotion. Any deviance from that can cost you your life. And these radical terrorists are targeting atheist bloggers in Bangladesh in a most horrific way.

Nazimuddin Samad is their latest target. He was on a list of targets, along with 83 atheist bloggers compiled by a group of radical Islamists. He is the 6th blogger to be hacked to death with machetes. His killers shouted “Allahu Akbar” as they violently ended his life. No group has claimed responsibility for this heinous crime.

“At least four assailants hacked Nazimuddin Samad’s head with a machete on Wednesday night. As he fell down, one of them shot him with a pistol from close range. He died on the spot,” deputy commissioner of Dhaka Metropolitan police Syed Nurul Islam told AFP.

Samad wasn’t a fan of religion and certainly not one that exerts control over all people. He was very critical of the role of religion in his homeland in the suppression of citizens. His Facebook about page likely wrote his death warrant as in it he expressed his disdain for religion. He wrote: “Evolution is a scientific truth. Religion is an invention of the savage and uncivil people and a powerful tool for exploitation.”

But, Samad may have inspired people to be brave and speak out. There is evidence of this on Twitter from people in the region reacting to this senseless and brutal killing.


This is what you get in Bangladesh if speak out against Muslim extremism. You get hacked to death. Samad is the 6th blogger critical of Islam to receive this sentence, so it must be the standard repercussion for speaking out. Obama and the liberals speak about Islam being a religion of peace, but there is nothing peaceful about being hacked to death.

The video below highlights the outrage for this barbaric crime — check it out.

H/T: Mashable

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