Filled With the Spirit- Muslims Hold "Shoot To Kill" Protest After Prayers

By today’s rioting and threatening protests, you can tell the radical clerics put a little extra oomph into their sermons this Friday.
Radical Muslims held a “Shoot to Kill” protest after prayers today in Islamabad.

Pakistanis carry placards as they chant anti-Britain slogans during a protest rally in Islamabad. Hundreds of Islamists burned effigies of Queen Elizabeth and Salman Rushdie in Pakistan as the country’s parliament renewed a call for Britain to withdraw the novelist’s knighthood.(AFP/Aamir Qureshi)

The Pakistani Parliament renewed a call Friday for Britain to withdraw the title and apologise for hurting Muslim feelings.

Pakistani traders offered Rs 10 million to anyone who beheads Salman Rushdie.

In Iran, top Iranian cleric Hojatoleslam Ahmad Khatami assured the masses that the revolutionary fatwa issued by Imam Khomeini remains valid and cannot be modified.

Filled with the spirit Rushdie protests turned into Rushdie riots in Kashmir.

Kashmiri protesters throw stones at Indian policemen during a protest against British author Salman Rushdie and Britain in Srinagar June 22, 2007. Indian police in Srinagar used tear gas on Friday to disperse Kashmiri protesters who were denouncing a British knighthood for Rushdie, whose novel “Satanic Verses” outraged Muslims worldwide. (REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli)

An activist of the Pakistan Awami Tehrik party takes part in a protest against British author Salman Rushdie in Karachi June 21, 2007. (REUTERS/Zahid Hussein)

It looks like “Rage Boy” showed up in Kashmir.

Michelle Malkin has observations on the latest rage outbreak.
The BBC has a list of Rushdie comments from around the world today.


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