|Pakistan Opens 'Osama Bin Laden Seminary' for Women|
|by Tom McGregor||Sun, Apr 20, 2014, 10:23 PM|
Female jihadists can receive proper Jamia Hafsa Madrassa training at the new 'Osama bin Laden Seminary' in Islamabad, Pakistan.
According to the BBC News, "An Islamic seminary for women in Pakistan's capital Islamabad has renamed its library after Osama Bin Laden, the former al-Qaeda chief. The Jamia Hafsa Madrassa is linked to the Red Mosque, known for its alleged links with militants."
Maulana Abdul Aziz, chief cleric of Osama bin Laden seminary, is quoted as saying that, "if the government makes madrassas and mosques its target then Sharia (Islamic law) allows us to retaliate - if anyone will be harsh with us, they should not expect flowers in return."
As reported by the BBC News, "A paper sign on one of the doors proclaims Bin Laden a "Shahid" (martyr). Bin Laden was killed in a raid by US commandos in 2011. Pakistani troops raided the mosque in 2007. Dozens died later in clashes."
Radical Islam considers Osama bin Laden, who masterminded 9-11 terror, as a "jihad hero."
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