Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Who Bush's Xtian God-Bots Support

In Afganistan there is a man who is on trial for his life for converting from Islam to Christianity 16 years ago.

Here are statements from the trial that show what we are spending our treasure and lives of our Army to encourage.

Here's the definition of "tolerance" in Sharia law:

Trial judge Ansarullah Mawlazezadah told the BBC that Mr Rahman, 41, would be asked to reconsider his conversion, which he made while working for a Christian aid group in Pakistan.
"We will invite him again because the religion of Islam is one of tolerance. We will ask him if he has changed his mind. If so we will forgive him," the judge told the BBC on Monday.


Or consider this statement from the prosecutor:

The prosecutor, Abdul Wasi, said he had offered to drop the charges if Mr Rahman converted back to Islam, but he refused. "He would have been forgiven if he changed back. But he said he was a Christian and would always remain one," Mr Wasi said. "We are Muslims and becoming a Christian is against our laws. He must get the death penalty."

Here's a scary thought: Does anyone want to take bets on how long it is before we start seeing stories like this emerging from Iraq?

From Respectful Insolence link in the sidebar.

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