Just kidding. They’re not sweating small stuff like 10,000+ jihad terror attacks since 9/11. No, they’re dealing with the really big offenses, like cartoons of Muhammad and Geert Wilders’ still-unseen Qur’an film. Oh, and for good measure, carrying signs saying “Down with USA and Israel.”
Note also the headline, “Protesters ask West to stop anti-Islam propaganda,” and then see in the story how they went about asking: “The protesters also torched the flags of Denmark and Israel.” Request noted!
“Protesters ask West to stop anti-Islam propaganda,” by Sher Baz Khan in Dawn (thanks to Twostellas):
ISLAMABAD, March 7: Hundreds of activists of Jamaat-i-Islami and Imamia Students Organisation on Friday held protest demonstrations against the re-production of sacrilegious caricatures in a Danish newspaper and release of an “˜anti-Islam” film in Holland.
The protesters demanded Muslim countries in general and Pakistan in particular to sever diplomatic ties with both the countries and boycott all their products to force them to tender an official apology.
About three hundreds activists of ISO walked from Jamia Masjid Sector G-6/2 and reached the Rawalpindi-Islamabad Press Club camp office chanting slogans against what they called Europe’s anti- Islam policies.
The protesters were holding banners and waving placards against the two countries. They were also chanting slogans like “Down with Danish and Dutch governments” and “Down with USA and Israel”. The protesters also torched the flags of Denmark and Israel.
Addressing the demonstrators, Alama Akhtar Abbas, Khateeb Markazi Jamia Masjid; Alama Amin Shahidi, Ali Komail Haider and others condemned the blasphemous acts by the Danish newspaper and release of the sacrilegious film in Holland. They also termed the blasphemous acts a conspiracy against Islam.
The protesters called upon all political and religious parties and scholars to chalk out a policy to stop the Western propaganda against Islam. They urged the government to send back the Danish ambassador in protest against the publication of the blasphemous caricatures….