The thing I would like to add in regards to this story being brought to attention by those around here and their reactions, the situation now is this:
It apparently happened and this girl is now dead.
Those responsible for order and law in that area are apparently skewing their understanding of the teaching of that religion beyond what most there accept, including here in these forums.
What are You going to do about it?
Are you going to donate more towards charity programs and organizations to help out that area?
Are you going to go and complain to your local politician about this and see if they can do anything about it?
Do you feel some nation should step in and dictate to everybody there how those religious views are to be understood and change their ways of life?
Are you going to get up off your butt, hop on a plane now and try and make a difference over there?
Are ya gonna go all Rambo on their asses?
Or are you just gonna express how you feel about this situation and how you know this will happen again.... and again.... and do nothing besides express yourself?
If you don't like the situation, how do you plan on changing it?
Some here it would seem would just rather do nothing and simply ignore it as some fabricated story made up by the "Big Corporate Media" to make some people look evil..... because it's easier to deal with that way I guess.
Others will take the situation and pull it close to their heart by putting themselves in the shoes of the situation and/or of that person waiting for their painful death in a hole, surrounded by those who can not do anything for you, or they simply don't want to.
So.... the question is, when a situation like this occurs, does it change the path in your life in anyway, or is it just a fact of everyday life that you just have no control over because there's just too much of it happening everyday, so you just try and live your own life so that there is at least some good somewhere on the planet occuring..... yourself and those around you?
Seems fair enough..... then again that mentality and situation isn't much different then sitting at the big dinner table with a big thanksgiving turkey and food, with all your family, joking and laughing it up in warmth and peace under one rood..... all the while, down the street and around the corner there's a homeless guy wrapped up in a tattered blanket on the stairs trying to keep warm and make that slice of toast last in his stomach for as long as he can.... wondering when things will get better.
As the world turns..... These are the days of our lives.
Jeez people lighten up, you're getting all depressing in here.