Sunday, September 21, 2008

Because nothing says Ramadan like some good, old fashioned Muslim family values

The love and support of large families.

A poor man namely, Lalan Laghari, a resident of village Muhammad Bux Laghari reached Shahi Bazaar Moro to sell his 7 children namely, Owais, Aness, Kawish,Ghulam Qambar, Waqar, Ayaz and Najeeb due to poverty and unemployment. Talking to newsmen, Lalan Laghari said that he is unable to carry on the livelihood of his children due to poverty and unemployment. He added that he went to philanthropics and other officials for the help, but no one helped him, and that forced him to sell his children.

A family barbecue.

A woman namely, Mst. Hanifan, a wife of a police constable, Abdullah Magsi attempted self-immolation after a police officer demanded bribe for the arrest of culprits involved in attack on her husband. According to the details, Mst Hanifan along with her injured husband, Abdullah Magsi and her children staged a protest demonstration outside Nawabshah Press Club and later she sprinkled kerosene oil over herself and lit the match.

Just saying no to drugs.

A third case of Polio has been detected here on Saturday, bringing the total number of cases to 15 in the province. Sources of the Health Department Sindh, the new case reported is an 8-month-old child Kamran, son of Manzoor Lashari.

Children being seen and not heard.

A young girl in Saudi Arabia was brutally executed by her Muslim father this week after he learned his daughter had converted to Christianity. Middle East business news website reported that the man, who is a prominent member of a "virtue committee," first cut out his daughter's tongue and held a one-sided religious debate with her. He then burned his daughter alive. Observant Muslims hold that their Prophet Mohammed taught that Muslims who convert to any other religion must be killed, often in extremely brutal fashion.