Friday, September 12, 2014

Cricket Jihad- Pakistani Player Tells Buddhist "Convert" and You Will Go To Heaven

The different ways to heaven through jihad include, terror jihad, love jihad, rape jihad, and now cricket jihad.

The cricket jihad is in reference to the Muslim Pakistani cricket player, Ahmed Shehzad, telling Sri Lankan Buddhist Tillakaratne Dilshan to convert to Islam if he wanted to go to heaven after a recent game. It was caught on camera.

Shehzad said:

 "if you are a non-Muslim and you turn Muslim, no matter whatever you do in your life, straight to heaven."
One can assume Dilshan responded heck no, because Ahmed then told Dilshan:

 "Then be ready for the fire."

I think one can say with certainty that there's a huge contingency of Muslims who will be getting a one way ticket to hell when their time comes.

Apparently Dilshan's father is a Muslim, but he and his siblings chose to follow their mum's religion, and he eventually changed his name from Tuwan Mohamed to Tillakaratne Mudiyanselage Dilshan, which is Sinhalese-Buddhist.

I'm surprised Ahmed didn't tell him he should be executed for apostasy.  In Islam, unlike most other religions, the children are considered Muslim if the father is.

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