For months now, I have read about frequent attacks against Christians in Pakistan. But, with the recent devastating floods, I hadn't heard any reports recently of Muslim attacks against infidels. The intolerant Muslims were too busy dealing with their daily struggles surviving the floods to concentrate on persecuting Christians.
Unfortunately, they are back to their old behavior. These people are nothing but the scum of the earth.
From Weasel Zippers:
Pakistani Taliban Using Flood Misery to Enlist 50,000 New Fighters…
"One of the reasons they’re killing Christian aid workers, aside from being infidels they are also the competition…
London: 'Taliban guerrillas are taking advantage of the large-scale misery caused by the devastating floods in Pakistan by attempting to enlist 50,000 new fighters — in return for food and medicine.
The Taliban is eyeing the floods as an opportunity to begin their biggest recruiting drive in a decade, officials told The Sun.
Thousands of guerrillas are heading out to flood-ravaged areas to ‘help’ starving victims.
Their agenda is clear. For providing food and medicine, they demand that men pledge to take up their cause. This could lead to a significant upswing in Al Qaeda operatives in Pakistan and in adjoining Afghanistan.
The people have been hit by the country’s worst floods that killed about 1,600 people and affected more than 20 million over the past one month.
The media report pointed out that activists of the Al Qaeda supported Al Rehmat Trust and Jamat-ud-Dawa (JuD) were behind the campaign to recruit new fighters. Experts have described it as ‘the Talibanisation of the flood’.
A Pakistan intelligence official said there were reports that the Taliban had set a target to recruit 50,000 new guerrillas.
The source said: ‘This is disastrous for Pakistan and the war against terrorism.’
A team from the daily Monday visited the Swat Valley in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province.
‘The Taliban are bringing us rice. We are hungry. People here have simple lives and are easily influenced,’ Abdul Jabbar, 50, whose home was destroyed in Mingora town, was quoted as saying.'"