Abdul Rahman facing Middle Aged decisions

25 Mar, 2006
 None    Politics

UN should protect basic Human Rights

Obp Vineyard Abdul Rahman, an Afghan man, may face execution for converting to Christianity.
He is on trial at the moment, charged with rejecting Islam and could be executed under Sharia law unless he reconverts. The main Christian leaders of this world are using their influence to help him out, however, it seems that an overwhelming number of ordinary Afghans appear to believe Abdul Rahman deserves to be executed.

The Prophet Rael made the following comments today regarding this situation:

This is an illustration of the middle-aged level of the Muslim countries.
We must never forget that this is not something strange, unique, and far away from European mentalities. We must remember forever that it would have been exactly the same in Europe a few centuries ago when the Catholic Church was in power. Any apostate, or "infidel", or heretic would have been put to death and burned alive.


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