“The women, in their statement to police, alleged that Abbas had committed blasphemy in 2004, but ‘we couldn’t kill him at the time because we were too young then.'”
That’s patience. That’s dedication. In the West, counterterror analysts have frequently claimed that this war could take ten years or more. They haven’t reckoned on jihadi patience, because, of course, they don’t know anything about jihad or Islam.
In Pakistan, those accused of blasphemy are frequently targets of vigilante violence, as Muslims seek out the reward that will come from Allah for murdering the blasphemer.
“Three sisters kill man booked for blasphemy in Sialkot,” by Abid Hussain Mehdi, Dawn, April 20, 2017:
SIALKOT: Three armed burqa-clad sisters on Wednesday shot dead a man near Sialkot after accusing him of committing blasphemy 13 years ago.
Police managed to arrest the three suspects and identified them as Amna, Afshan and Razia.
The incident took place in Nangal Mirza village, Pasrur tehsil.
According to the police, the three women went to the house of Mazhar Hussain Syed, a faith healer, and asked him to pray for them. They also asked him if his son, Fazal Abbas, had returned from abroad. When told that he had returned from Belgium, they asked if they could see him. As soon as Abbas, 45, appeared before the women, they opened fire on him with the weapons they had brought with them secretly. Abbas died on the spot.
The women raised slogans in jubilation after his death, asserting that they had finally eliminated a blasphemer.
The women, in their statement to police, alleged that Abbas had committed blasphemy in 2004, but “we couldn’t kill him at the time because we were too young then”.
The police confirmed that they had registered a case against Abbas in 2004 under Section 295-C (use of derogatory remarks, etc., in respect of the Holy Prophet) of the Pakistan Penal Code at the Pasrur City station, but he fled abroad soon after….