Two young British girls decide to go do some volunteer work to help out people less fortunate than themselves.
Two young Muslims decided to go do some volunteer work for Allah, by flinging acid in the faces and across the bodies of these two well-meaning young ladies.
You may want to make the world a better place, and that is admirable.
But, Muslims want to make the world a worse place.
From the BBC:
Two British women have had acid thrown in their faces in Zanzibar, police on the east African island say.
Katie Gee and Kirstie Trup, both 18 and from London, were working as volunteer teachers on the island.
Their mothers, Nicky Gee and Rochelle Trup, said they expected them to return to the UK on Thursday night.
The women's mothers said in a statement: "Both families are extremely upset and distressed at this completely unprovoked attack on their lovely daughters who had only gone to Zanzibar with good intention. We understand that they will be flying home overnight.
"We appreciate all the interest and support we have received from the media but we would ask that we are left alone until we have been reunited with our daughters." Nicky Gee told Sky News her daughter's whole face and body had been burned by acid in the attack.
Police said two men on a moped threw the acid at the women, splashing their faces, chests and hands as they walked through the streets of Stone Town, the old part of the island's capital Zanzibar City, which is a Unesco world heritage site.
Kari Korhonen runs Art in Tanzania with two other directors. He told the BBC in an email the "ladies are OK considering the seriousness of this type of case". He added: "We have been operating as NGO some 10 years and this is the first serious incident."
He said he found out about the incident immediately after it took place and that the charity was "sorting out the incident background with the British High Commission and the Tanzanian-Zanzibar government".
Another of Art In Tanzania's representatives in Zanzibar said the two women had been volunteering with the organisation for just over two weeks. He said they had been on their way to dinner when they were attacked.
In a statement, i-to-i Travel said: "All our efforts remain focussed on ensuring they are supported whilst assisting them and their relatives with the arrangements for their return home."
Tanzania's minister of information, tourism, culture and sports, Said Ali Mbarouk, condemned the attack.
... added that "the motive for the incident is as yet not known".Yes, that's right. The motive is not yet known.
But you see, because I am a RACIST, I am blaming this attack on a set of ideas called Islam, even though I have no knowledge of who did it or why.