Federal Minister for Railways Ghulam Ahmed Bilour also asked the Taliban and al-Qaida to extend support to the would-be killer.
Speaking at a press conference at the Peshawar Press Club, the federal minister said whoever is responsible for blasphemy deserves death.
"The American who produced the sacrilegious film in the U.S. is also liable to death and we will shower dollars on the one who killed the blasphemer. If members of the banned militant organizations kill the maker of the blasphemous movie, they will also be rewarded," Bilour announced.
He called for legislation to have the anti-blasphemy law at the global level so that no one could hurt the religious emotions of the Muslims in the name of the freedom of expression.
He said the situation would remain tense until anti-blasphemy law was enacted at the world level. (Continue Reading.)
Saturday, September 22, 2012
Pakistani Official Ghulam Ahmed Bilour Offers $100,000 Reward for Killing Maker of Muhammad Film
Muslim organizations in the West constantly assure us that there's no conflict between Islamic Law and Western values. But once again, we find Muslims calling for the global implementation of "blasphemy" laws, which are clearly at odds with Constitutional rights. So there's obviously a conflict. We're just supposed to ignore it in the name of tolerance.