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what is going on in muslim countries to day?.

Reader comment on item: Terror & Denial [by Hadayat at LAX]
in response to reader comment: Fear of the Truth

Submitted by phill (Canada), Mar 4, 2007 at 03:22

what is going on in muslim countries today ? let's start with the islamic republic of pakistan . lots of honor killings in this country . a 12 year old girl who runs away from home because she does not want 2 marry some old guy that her father says she should marry . so what does her father say and do about this ? he says that this brings dishonor to the family and shoots her in the head . then he gets less than one year in jail .

what sort of a justice system is that ? how about the sudan . what is going on in the sudan to day ? thousands of black people in the south of sudan are being raped and murdered by arab muslims from the north . that is what is going on in the sudan . how about afghanistan ? lets start with freedom of religion . if some one in afghanistan rejects islam there is a good chance he or she will be executed . what about education in afghanistan . a school teacher is a dangerous job in this country . the taliban execute any one thar tries to teach girls . how abou iraq ? shiite and sunni muslims are blowing each other up evey day . that is what is going on in iraq .. muslims can say what they want about their religion . that is fine with me . i just look at what is going on in muslim countries and judge them based on what i see .


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