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Thursday, March 23, 2006

Abdul Rahman or Shariah The Issue for WW III

There is one story deserving more attention then it is getting and that's the one about Abdul Rahman, 40, of Afghanistan. Alternatively, "Christianity versus Islam" should be the headline. I get this feeling that there is a war acoming

And this issue is attracting real women as opposed to feminists who are silent. I don't see too many Liberal type organizations protesting what Afghanistan has done to Mr Abdul Rahman. Both sides Christians and Muslims use hearsay propaganda against one another. But, if I may, let me keep it simple. In Afghanistan a Muslim who converts to Christianity will be charged and can be hung until dead. That being the case ,why are we fighting to protect that society?

Now Afghanistan is using a legal out to sidestep the issue by saying Mr Rahman is not fit to stand trial but that doesn't excuse the fact that such a law is on the books to begin with, now does it. Islam as a religion must be reformed for democracy to work in Afghanistan. Canadians will wind up being shot by Muslims who resist that reformation and insist on the Shariah way. And Muslims around the world are insisting on the Shariah way. Ontario, with a Liberal McGuinty in charge, almost allowed Shariah to be legal here.

Abdel Rahman ,a Christian covert, faces death in Kabul after being charged with converting from Islam to Christianity. "A crime under this country's Islamic Shariah laws", a judge said on Sunday. Truly this Islamic Shariah Law is the crux of the problem facing the world today and this crux will lead to a world war.

This is the war between Shariah Muslims (the kind supporting terrorists) and Democracy(Christians). Muslims and Christians are fighting it already. The rest of us cannot ignore it and pretend it will go away. We cannot turn a blind eye to the murder and abuse of Christians in Muslim countries world wide while reaching out and accommodating Muslims in our democratic countries while these Muslims are advocating Shariah. We would be fools. A wolf is a wolf is a wolf is a wolf. He doesn't change just because you put him in the hen house.
In Afghanistan Abdul Rahman, 41, was arrested last month after his family accused him of becoming a Christian. The accused was charged with rejecting Islam.

The Afghanistan Judge Mawlavezada said. "We are not against any particular religion in the world. But in Afghanistan, this sort of thing is against the law," the judge said. "It is an attack on Islam." He said he will rule on the case within two months. Now Afghanistan is using an out to sidestep the issue by saying Mr Rahman is not fit to stand trial but that doesn't excuse the fact that such a law is on the books to begin with. Islam as a religion must be reformed for democracy to work in Afghanistan. That is like asking water to freeze at 50 degrees above. Canadians will wind up being shot by Muslims who resist that reformation and insist on the Shariah way. And Muslims around the world are insisting on the Shariah way. It is easy to foresee a war over this. I can now start to understand why Israel and the Palestinians have never been able to make a peace

The question then becomes why should Canadians soldiers lose their lives fighting for democracy and a stable Afghanistan when that country would hang until dead any man who converts from one religion to another. To make such an event a crime is the antithesis of democracy as we know it, Liberal or Conservative. Why should Canadians die to permit that? We should be at war with it.

The new Afghanistan Constitution proclaims that Islam is the "religion of the state"; however, it does not prohibit the practice of other religions. The new Constitution also declares "no law can be contrary to the beliefs and provisions of the sacred religion of Islam." The sacred religion of Islam prohibits conversion with death as the penalty. It also states that "followers of other religions are free to exercise their faith and perform their religious rites within the limits of the provisions of law." That is a contradiction especially when you consider that this conversion law is still a serious crime over there severe enough to justify the capital penalty. Mr Rahman has now escaped to Italy.


I am not a religious person. But anyone with a brain can figure out that there can be no morality without free will. We must make the choice ourselves. Islam strikes me like a political body not a religion. In fact Islam strikes me like the opposite of a religion in the same way that FEAR is the opposite of FAITH. Islam would have you fear for your life if you abandon Islam for Christianity. Therefore that is not a faith. It is a fear. Without that free will choice, there is no morality; so Islam is without morals. A body without morals is not a religion. It is a political system. And the way Shariah Muslims define themselves, it equates with fascism as it is unilateral, unilingual and accepting of no other free will; in fact it is completely opposed to other choice, to free will, to democracy; that is to anything other then based on Islam.

Meanwhile in Iraq...