Are Muslim Lives Worth More Than Hindu or Christian Lives?

Lately you can’t help stumbling across an endless series of newspaper articles denouncing Sri Lanka for “persecuting” its Muslim minority. The latest horrifying act of persecution by the Buddhist country is a proposal to ban various Burka like
arguments that oppress women and make any country a paradise for all sorts of criminals who can walk the streets in full body disguises.

Meanwhile when Bangladesh Islamists declare that their aim is a “Hinduless Bangladesh” and attack Hindu temples, no one notices or cares.

In Nigeria, Boko Haram, an Islamist group, has destroyed 50 of the 52 Catholic churches in a single diocese, has openly called for the ethnic cleansing of Christians and has killed thousands, but Obama Inc. has refused to add it to the list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations allowing Muslims in America to continue subsidizing its atrocities.

The real question here is why are Muslim lives more important than the lives of everyone else?

Why are Muslim lives in Sri Lanka more important than the lives of the Buddhists they take in Thailand? Why are they more important in India than the lives of the Hindus they take in Bangladesh? Why are they more important than the Christian lives that Muslims take in Syria and Nigeria and Pakistan? Why is the left of a Muslim terrorist in Israel more important than the life of his Jewish victim?

Saudi Arabia placed a blood price of $80,000 on a Muslim man, $40,000 for a Muslim woman or Christian man. For a Hindu or Buddhist man, the price was less than $2000. For a Hindu or Buddhist woman, the price of their lives that their murderer could pay to be free of punishment was less than $1000.

Why has the civilized world accepted these barbaric Koranic definitions of Muslim worth?

Why does it accept the obscene Islamic idea that a Muslim life is worth more than any other life? Why does it display feverish outrage when a Muslim is killed, but shrugs its shoulders when a Muslim kills a Hindu, a Buddhist, a Jew or a Christian?


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