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Saturday, March 25, 2006

In my opinion, the Afghan prime minister has little or no control over the situation at hand. This is a religious situation that carries sentiments beyond any political imagination. The impending death sentence of Abdul Rahman by the Islamic law is a big statement on the religion itself. It brings to perspective all the roller coaster we’ve found ourselves in since 9-11. There are many Abdul Rahman, in Indonesia, Sudan, Northern Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, where unpublicised executions takes place because someone dared to accept the eternal life given by Christ.
Ansarullah Mawlafizada, the trial judge said "Islam is a religion of peace, tolerance, kindness and integrity. That is why we have told him if he regrets what he did, then we will forgive him," I don’t understand his or Islamic interpretation of ‘tolerance and kindness’. Just as I don’t understand why some youths decided to burn embassy and kill people because they are protesting a cartoon that depict Islam as a violence religion. This is an irony beyond my comprehension.
I pray for Rahman’s safety, but if does die, I hope it will be an eye opener to the public ignorance about the Sharia Law.