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Monday, November 07, 2011

Islam or death

Iran has sentenced Christian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani to death unless he converts to Islam.
Youcef Nadarkhani, now 34, was arrested in 2009 for questioning the compulsory Islamic education of his children and for seeking to register a home-based church. He was sentenced to death in 2010.

Iran’s security officials recently delivered a book on Islam to Nadarkhani, Fox News said. He is in prison Rasht on the Caspian Sea coast.

The Iranian officials told “him they would be back to discuss the material and hear his opinion,” according to the report.

Fox cited “sources close to the case.”

David Parsons, spokesman for the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem, told The Jerusalem Post on Sunday the new development is “very troubling.”

There need to be “three attempts to make him convert to Islam before they can kill him,” Parsons said. He cited Shari’a Islamic law as the basis for the threeattempts rule.

Iran “is going through the motions” and “trying to do it in a very public way for the Muslim world and maybe, in their mind, thinking they can placate the West. It is outrageous,” said Parsons, who is a contributing editor to The Jerusalem Post Christian Edition.

The case “should be an eye-opener for world leaders,” he said. “They should know what Islam teaches in terms of ‘inferior religions’ like Judaism and Christianity.”
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If all Muslims love being Muslim so much, why do they have to threaten to kill others who won't convert to Islam?

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At 5:01 PM, Blogger Juniper in the Desert said...

Where are the so-called christian Arabs in this? I don't hear or see evidence of their support for this man and his family? Or maybe, as Wafa Sultan says, the Christians in Arab countries have become muslimised!! Most of them are anti-semitic.


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