Murdered For Speaking To God At The Wrong Time.

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    The interesting part of this is the celebration of the end of Ramadan itself. You see while our pandering and appeasing Members of Parliament here in the UK were  "  sending our very best wishes and peace and happiness to muslim constituants here in the United Kingdom & around the world" who were celebrating the end of fast, muslim


    "Houthis kill imam & 9 worshippers for following Saudi Eid al-Fitr moon sighting". 



    For those too ignorant to research Eid or Eid al-Fitr, it also called the "Festival of Breaking the Fast",  a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting.

    Deary me, how can it be so wrong to speak to your god at a time of one's own choosing.. 


    An afterthought;

    Yet not a mention or best wishes, love or even peace to all our 151,816  Buddhist constituents here in the UK and around the world. 

    The important days of the month for Buddhists are days when there is a full moon or a new moon. The main Buddhist festival of the year is Buddha Day / Wesak / Vaisakha, the celebration of the Buddha's birth, enlightenment and death. 

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    During this strict religious observance of the religion of peace and while our weak-kneed politicians were wishing every muslim in the world joy happiness and of course peace, muslims elsewhere were clocking up the death toll elsewhere too. So in the name of fairness;

    Terror in the name of Islam -  Attacks    Kills
                                                     173         861

    All other religions combined -     0             0

    By "right wing" or anti muslim
    extremists -                                  1            1

    "Happy and peaceful Eid al-Fitr" , indeed.