Last week, a Jordanian writer, Nahed Hattar, was shot dead by a local Imam in Amman last week. Reports of the BBC, say that the murder was committed because the Imam was upset by an anti Islam cartoon.
A Jordanian writer charged with offending Islam after allegedly sharing a satirical cartoon on his Facebook page has been killed. Nahid Hattar, a Christian, was hit by three bullets outside the court in the capital Amman where he was standing trial, state news agency Petra said. Mr Hattar’s killer was arrested and police are investigating the killing, TV reports said. The writer was detained in August for 15 days on charges of insulting God. The cartoon he shared depicts a bearded man lying in bed with two women and smoking, asking God to bring him a drink. Mr Hattar was attacked on social media for being anti-Islam. He said he had not meant to cause offence and wanted to expose radical Islamists’ view of heaven….
The murder of Nahi Hattar, is yet another example of a cartoonist killed by Islamic extremists for allegedly hurting their religion.
The anti Islam cartoon shows a Jihadi being waited on by Allah as he gorges on sex and food. The intellectual was killed because of the image of Allah and not over the rendition of Paradise, which agrees perfectly with the Quran’s description.
In need of martyrs, Muhammad’s heaven was designed to appeal to teenage males rather than adults who might yearn for something more than an eternity of gluttony and impersonal sex. As William Kilpatrick puts it, the Quran’s highest offering of God to Man is “an invitation for men not to grow up but to remain in a state of perpetual adolescence.”
Islamic terrorists all across the world justify William Kilpatrick’s claims by committing such murders in the name of anti-Islam.