posted on Feb, 22 2012 @ 03:31 PM
I wish I were speechless (and so do you, probably) but this thread has gone beyond insane. I'm not sure I can even address it coherently. If you
can find any sense in this post, please, enjoy it and tell your friends and neighbors.
The initial charge against the man was for apostasy, he was convicted of apostasy, he will be killed for apostasy. Ahmadinejad comes to the UN to
make an address and spits on the Human Rights Declaration allowing freedom of religion.
The world has sent in UN peacekeepers to many nations. Where is the cry, "it's their nation they can do what they want? Let them kill each other.
Let them all die, after all it's their nation. See you Rwanda, Tibet, Somalia Sudan and on and on. Do Muslims expect freedom of Religion in the US?
Of course, it's a good thing. Then why isn't it a gootd thing in Iran? Muslims aren't able to deal with conflicting opinions?
Or is this all about a rumour I heard that a Muslim isn't allowed to condemn a fellow Muslim.
This is primarily a response, but there's a little rant thrown in. I'm not sure what I've written, but I had to write it.
If you can't say this is wrong, then you have no moral compass left that's worth discussing.