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Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Abdul Rahman

And since the UN is so involved in racism in Denmark, they probably have no time for actual death penalties for thought crimes. That being the case, Mr. Abdul Rahman of Afghanistan will be needing our help. Abdul converted to Christianity 16 years ago and is now being charged with the crime which includes a death penalty. Michelle Malkin is all over this story and has included places for us to write and help this man and make clear to our own government what we will and won't be willing to fight for.

The Religious Policeman has even branched out from Saudi Arabian politics/religion to note this case.

Trial judge Ansarullah Mawlazezadah told the BBC that Mr Rahman, 41, would be asked to reconsider his conversion...."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,"

Mmmmm, can't you just feel the Brotherly Love? Doesn't it just wrap its warm arms around you? Doesn't it make you feel so good about the Human Race?

We will ask him if he has changed his mind. If so we will forgive him.

If not, we'll chop his friggin' head off.

Scratch one Christian.

I had always thought that Mohammed Karzai was one of the Good Guys, but the BBC informs us that

Mr Karzai's office says the president will not intervene in the case.

If that's the case, why waste lives and money on a multinational force to go in there in the first place? Instead, couldn't we just pay the billions of dollars into their bank accounts, and let them practice their "moderation and tolerance" all by themselves?