Reply to end effects of losing to ISLAM
Submitted by AA (United States), Dec 30, 2006 at 11:37
I've listed below a few examples of what America would be like if we LOSE this war against the Muslim- These were taken from a newsletter (VOM Special Issue 2007). if we, as Americans, think we can live side by side with Islam in a free nation....we all are seriously mistaken and so very decieved. I have meet and heard the personal testimonies of people who come from Islamic countries. IT"S NOT PRETTY!
Afghanistan - arrest for converting for Islam to any other religion - crime punishable by death....
Algeria - A new anti-conversion law restricting Christian evangelism. If found guilty - imprisionment or HUGH fine.
Bangledesh - Christians most often face persecution. Muslim restrict other religions access to water wells, as well as force them from their homes and beat them. Extremist destroy personal property.
Egypt - CONSTITUTION gives preference to Muslim, others are treated as second class citizens, denied political representatio, and discriminated against in employment. Attacks by Muslims offen goe unpinished.
Ethiopia - Muslim attcked other churches, Violence against those who refuse to recant their faith of preference. Others kidnapped and forcibly converted to Islam after being starved for days.
Indonesia - Wants to completely eliminate certain religious groups, such as Christianity, Killed nearly 8,000 who were not Muslims, burning over 700 churches, Churches required by government to receive approval from neighbors before permets ar granted, being impossible to receive for Christians especialy.
Iran - Open witnessing to Muslims is forbidden, and government spies to monitor, other religions are discriminated against ineducation,employment, and property ownership. Those converting from Islam are are found stabbed to death.
Kuwait - is loosening strict religious rules, but full freedom to worship is still not a reality for those who are not Muslim, only Muslims came become citizens.
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