In India also, some Muslims showed solidarity with the would-be jihad murderer
One would almost get the idea that jihad terrorists enjoy broad popular support among Muslims in Pakistan -- and among Muslims in India as well, where this execution led to murderous riots.
"Pakistan's Parliament passes resolution against Afzal Guru's hanging," from NDTV, March 14 (thanks to Vijay):
Islamabad: Pakistan's parliament today passed a resolution condemning the hanging in Delhi last month of Afzal Guru and demanded the return of his body to his family.
India reacted strongly to the resolution with Minister for External Affairs Salman Khurshid saying, "This shows Pakistan's unhealthy interest in matters of our country."
"Pakistan should restrict themselves to their issues," Mr Khurshid added.
Guru was hanged and buried in a top-secret operation at Delhi's Tihar Jail for assisting in the 2001 attack on Parliament in which 13 people were killed.
His execution and the government's refusal to return his body to his family in Kashmir triggered large protests in the state....