Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Christian faces execution in Afghanistan

Our troops are in Afghanistan protecting fascist Islamic law?

Abdul Rahman is charged with the crime of leaving the faith of Islam and now faces the death penalty:
Now, in a major test of Afghanistan's fledgling court system, Rahman, 42, faces the death penalty for abandoning Islam for Christianity. Prosecutors say he should die. So do his family, his jailers, even the judge. Rahman has no lawyer. Jail officials refused to let anyone see Rahman on Monday, despite permission granted by the country's justice minister.

"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."
"If he doesn't regret his conversion, the punishment will be enforced on him," the judge said. "And the punishment is death."

Italy and Germany are trying to save him.

Sign a petition supporting Rahman's right to live.

Send your thoughts to the Afghanistan embassy in Ottawa and Foreign Affairs minister Peter MacKay.


At 11:39 AM, Blogger Winston said...

I watched that show on CBC. But that guy who went to Iran is an Iranian regime sympathizer and sort of sleeper cell in Canada.

He is anti-western civilization individual gay, believe me! :-)


He's gay but he hates the west

Never ever trust these people...

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