Islam in the 21th century. Savage ideology in the age of technology. At this rate, Europeans can expect text messages like this in the future.
It’s why Western elites and enemedia sharia advocates blamed us when jihadists tried to kill us all in Garland, Texas. It’s why the FBI did nothing to stop it.
Millions of Pakistanis receive blasphemy warning texts
Khaleej Times, Filed on May 10, 2017:
Blasphemy is a hugely sensitive issue in Pakistan
Millions of Pakistanis have been receiving text messages from the government warning them against sharing “blasphemous” content online, a move rights activists said would encourage more vigilante attacks.
It comes amid a surge in mob violence linked to accusations of insulting Islam including three attacks within the past month.
“Uploading & sharing of blasphemous content on Internet is a punishable offense under the law. Such content should be reported on email@example.com for legal action,” read the SMS sent by the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to all mobile phone subscribers
A similar note was posted on the agency’s website in Urdu. A PTA spokesman said the agency was acting on a court order.
Blasphemy is a hugely sensitive issue in Pakistan, with unproven allegations leading to dozens of mob attacks or murders since 1990.
The law was originally inherited from Pakistan’s former colonial masters Britain, but strengthened by former dictator Zia-ul-Haq in 1986 to include a provision for capital punishment in cases of insulting the Prophet Muhammad.
Activists said the initiative would likely encourage lynchings, such as the killing of a 23-year-old student known for his liberal views at the hands of hundreds of fellow students last month.
“This mass messaging will only further fuel hatred among different sects and segments of the society. It is a very very bad move,” digital rights activist Shahzad Ahmad told AFP.
“PTA’s mass texting on ‘blasphemy’ smacks of insincerity & political exploitation of religion; it will embolden public to greater violence!,” tweeted popular television anchor Moeed Pirzada.
Last week a 10-year old boy was killed and five others were wounded when a mob attacked a police station in an attempt to lynch a Hindu man charged with blasphemy for allegedly posting an incendiary image on social media.
The issue of blasphemy came to the fore in January when five secular activists known for their outspoken views against religious extremism and the powerful military were disappeared, presumed abducted by state agencies according to opposition parties and international rights groups.
Four of them were later returned to their families weeks later, but not before they were tarnished by a virulent campaign to paint them as enemies of Islam deserving execution