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After A Man Abused Prophet Mohammed, See What Muslims Did To Him

By Newsmark | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 3930 views

After A Man Abused Prophet Mohammed, See What Muslims Did To Him

Religions were made for betterment of human race. It is expected that there should be ample advice to respect people, even all the people of all other religions.

Human life is sacred because from its beginning it involves the creative action of God and it remains for ever in a special relationship with the Creator, who is its sole end. God alone is the Lord of life from its beginning until its end: no one can under any circumstance claim for himself the right directly to destroy an innocent human being.

A middle-aged man who was tortured to death for alleged blasphemy.

He was also burnt for allegedly insulting Prophet Muhammad.

Some of the residents said the killer mob dragged Talle Mia Ruwa out of a police post in the community where he was initially kept, before killing him.

Angry youths set ablaze a man identified as Talle Mai Ruwa for allegedly insulting Prophet Mohammad.

In the gory pictures of the incident, which went viral on social media, the man was seen covered with tyres while being set ablaze.

After Muslims were accused of offending the proverbial noble professeur of Islam, Prophet Mohammed, the local government of the Bauchi state region of Sade in Darazo, Talle Mai Ruwa, was assassinated. In the culture of Sade, men are murdered.

After Talle abused Prophet Mohammed, he was sent according to the sources to an Islamic scholar who interviewed him to find a statement that Talle himself confirmed. Then Talle was found worthy of killing by the Islamic scientist. It was said that Talle had been removed and burned down from his mom's room.

It was also reported that the youths of the community contributed money to buy fuel and gathered tyres to commit the heinous crime against Tella in the name of defending their religion.

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