Man Says Killed Muslim In Scotland For Disrespecting Islam


The statement said: “This all happened for one reason and no other issues and no other intentions”.Asad Shah had posted a message to his Facebook account hours before he was brutally murdered, wishing his customers “Good Friday and a very Happy Easter, especially to my beloved Christian nation…” He claimed that the murder had nothing to do with Christianity or religious beliefs and was motivated by what he claimed was Shah’s disrespect of the Prophet Muhammad.Ahmed made no plea when he appeared in court on Wednesday for a full committal hearing.Mr Shah was an Ahmadiyya Muslim – a group known for its non-violence. How Stricter Rules for Brokers Will Affect Retirement Savers
Perhaps, not surprisingly, firms that operate under a fiduciary standard already are applauding the Department of Labor’s efforts. The Labor Department published the final rule tightening standards for investment advisers on Wednesday. The statement was issued by John Rafferty, Mr Ahmed’s lawyer, after his client appeared at Glasgow sheriff court yesterday charged with murder.A Muslim taxi driver has admitted to killing a fellow Muslim shopkeeper in Glasgow for “disrespecting the Prophet Muhammad”.”It is mentioned in the Quran that there is no doubt in this book no one has the right to disrespect the sayings of the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him and no one has the right to disrespect the Prophet of Islam Muhammad Peace be upon him”.’When 1400 years ago the Prophet of Islam Muhammad peace be upon him has clearly said that ‘I am the final messenger of Allah there is no more prophets or messengers from God Allah after me.Some Muslims consider Ahmadiyyas to be heretics and the sect have been banned from referring to themselves as Muslims by the constitution of Pakistan – where Mr Shah was born. There is no more changes to it and no one has the right to claim to be a Prophet or to change the Koran or change Islam’. Councils ‘Need 230 Times More’ To Fix Potholes
A recent survey suggested it’d cost almost 12 billion pounds, and take 14 years to fix all faults on roads in England and Wales. “This is just one part of our unprecedented investment in local road maintenance over the next five years”. It continued: “If I had not done this others would and there would have been more killing and violence in the world”.The 40-year-old was found with serious injuries outside his shop, Shah’s Newsagents and Convenience Store, in Minard Road, on the evening of 24 March.The following night after the attack, a silent vigil was held outside Mr Shah’s shop attended by hundreds of people including First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.A fundraising page on GoFundMe, set up to help Mr Shah’s family, raised more than £110,000. U.S. president warns over possibility of nuclear terrorism
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