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Wednesday, March 22, 2006


Abdul Rahman, who converted from Islam to Christianity 16 years ago, is to be tried for the "crime" and executed in Afganistan, even though the Afganistan constitution states that Afgani's have the freedom to choose their religion. When reporters went to visit Raham, they were told by one of his jailers:

"We will cut him into little pieces," said Hosnia Wafayosofi, who works at the jail, as she made a cutting motion with her hands. "There's no need to see him..."

So this is how the "Religion of Peace" deals with Mulsims who become Christian? Sound more like the "Religion of Pieces" to me. This is the reality of Sharia law. I agree with Nasar Khader, a moderate Muslim and member of the Danish Parliament:

"This case underlines the need for Sharia law to be fought wherever it is found.”

More from Michell Malkin:


At Wed Mar 22, 01:06:00 PM 2006, Blogger TexasFred said...

And these are the people we are trying to convert to western democracy??

And using the lives of our young people and billions of our dollars to pay for??

This is a waste of time, we will NEVER change the Muslim, it WILL NOT HAPPEN...

At Wed Mar 22, 01:33:00 PM 2006, Blogger Patrick Joubert Conlon said...

Now the judge is saying Rahman's nuts and maybe should not be tried. That's not good enough. We need to pressure them to scrap this law.


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