Thursday, April 2, 2009

A religião da justissa VIII

Este postal dá conta de uma situação ocorrida no Paquistão, mas que podia ocorrer no Afeganistão, ou qualquer outro local onde a sharia vigore, e levanta as mesmas questões: leis especiais para um grupo ou uma região não criam, na prática, um estado dentro de um estado? Haverá realmente um Islão moderado?

«This grainy footage appears to show a 17-year-old girl being beaten by Islamic radicals in Pakistan’s northwestern region of Swat, where Sharia law was introduced after the government reached a truce with the Taleban in February.

A local Taleban commander in the militant stronghold of Matta, 25 miles from the regional capital, Mingora, ordered the girl to be flogged a week ago after accusing her of adultery, according to local reporters.

But some residents of Matta have accused the commander of ordering the beating to get revenge after the girl refused to accept his proposal of marriage, the reporters told The Times. (...)

(...) President Zardari of Pakistan insists that the truce was made with “moderates” in the region and his officials have even held it up as a model for other parts of Pakistan’s troubled northwest, which borders Afghanistan.

(...) [T]his footage appears to back up reports from many local residents that the men who have over-run Swat are no more moderate than the Taleban government that ruled Afghanistan until 2001. It is also likely to reinforce fears that the militants are now using Swat, which is just 100 miles from the Pakistani capital, as a base to spread their ideology and launch terrorist attacks deeper within Pakistan.»

Via Jihad Watch.

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