Monday, March 20, 2006

An example of the US "liberated."

America, under Ayatollah Bush, invaded Afghanistan. We "liberated" it according to Bush and now it's a free society with a government the US helped put into place. And how has it changed? Well, not that much apparently. Abdul Rahman converted from Islam, to Christianity, some 16 years ago.

But now he's on trial in Afghanistan for converting. And the government says that the judges are holdovers from the Taliban and they can't do anything about it since the new Afghan constitution respects Islamic law. Of course the new Iraqi constitution, funded by the US, does exactly the same thing. Makes you wonder what the hell all the fighting was about.

Rahman was arrested when it was found he was carrying a Bible. He will be asked to convert back to Islam and if he refuses he will be killed. The "judge" in the case said:"We will invite him again because the religion of Islam is one of tolerance. We will ask him if he has changed his mind. If so we will forgive him." This is how the fundamentalists the world over define tolerance. If you accept their view you are forgiven, anything else will bring down their wrath. There is no true tolerance.

President Karzai, a US funded puppet, has said he will not interfer. Good thing Americans died to "liberate" Afghanistan from the rule of the Taliban. After all they used to kill people for not being Muslims.


Blogger Derreck said...

Very good post, and America has not become very popular in Europe, because of your mr president.

His invasion of Iraq was not of proper reason, we had a lot of arguing about this back then. Sure, it's nice mr. Taliban has been banned, but Taliban, just like any other religion, is not dependant on one man. Kill the pope (no, wait, bomb the vatican), catholiscm will still stand, Destroy all buddha statues, buddhism still lives.

I don't think it has been that bad for the desert people to meet some western civilization, I just think the western civilization was a bit to much for the people, who quickly sought the safety, and secure feeling of the bourkah and untrimmed beard.

March 21, 2006


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