For some reason these murders are not major headlines

Item: Kabul July 24th

An 8 year-old boy was hanged by militants in Afghanistan’s Helmand province after the boy’s father — a police officer in the southern city of Gereshk — refused to comply with militants’ demands to provide them with a police vehicle, officials said.

Item Kandahar:July 27

A suicide bomber killed the mayor of Afghanistan’s Kandahar Wednesday, a further blow to stability in the southern city still reeling from the assassination two weeks ago of President Hamid Karzai’s powerbroker half-brother.

Pattani Thailand: July 27

Insurgents were believed responsible for the killings of two policemen Wednesday afternoon in Pattani province.

Police Col. Chonvee Chavarerk said Sgt.-Maj. Narin Hatre, 39, and Sgt.-Maj. Noppadol Man-ah, 38, were riding a motorcycle back from a songbird competition when two gunmen on the back of a pickup truck opened fire with M16 assault rifles, killing both.

On Monday, five teachers and two defense volunteers in Yala province were wounded by a roadside bomb as they were going to school.

Muqdadiya, Iraq July 26

A bomb strapped to a motorcycle killed three people and wounded 14 others in a town northeast of Baghdad officials said Monday

Diyala province’s police spokesman Maj. Ghalib al-Karkhi said the bomb was detonated by remote control.He says the explosives were packed on a motorcycle that was parked near a hospital.

FAISALABAD Pakistan July 26th

A man gunned down six of his daughters on suspicion that two of them were in relationships with boys in the neighbourhood.

On Tuesday morning, Arif Mubashir called his teenage daughters to his room and shot them while the rest of the family, including their mother, watched. His wife Musarrat called the police after the incident.

Mubashir shot the girls after their brother said two of them were in a relationship. He told police officials that he had killed his daughters because they were both “without honour”.

I blame Pam Geller

Update: Pam Herself links, I’m honored.

And yes, Pam is a friend, and I’m proud to say it.

Update 2: forgot to mention if you are an Atlas reader you might find my interview with Raymond Hanna of Act for America from Monday at the twin city tea party meeting Monday on the subject of Jihad.

Update 3: Zilla is ready to fight!

We need to stand together with those who are fighting for freedom and human dignity. We need to make sure that they know that not only do we have their backs, but also, we need to show those who will stoop to the lowest of low tactics to destroy the righteous that we will not be cowed.

Please join me in showing support for those who are being unjustly attacked by sharing, Tweeting, emailing, re-blogging the message that the enemies of freedom will never ever silence the truth tellers. Send me your name (or username) and/or the name of your blog (if you have one) and I will update this post with a roll call of those who stand in solidarity for goodness and against evil.

Works for me.