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    Ladies and Gentlemen, place your bets . . .

    An Afghan man who faced execution for converting from Islam to Christianity has been released from jail.

    Abdul Rahman was freed from a Kabul prison after prosecutors dropped an apostasy charge.

    The release followed a UN statement that Mr Rahman had appealed for asylum outside Afghanistan and that the body was working to find a country willing to take him.

    The vegetarian option.

    #2
    Hold on wouldnt this be classified as a genuine assylum seeker? after all he could have died for his religous beliefs.

    Anyway what difference is one more Afghani in the UK going to make

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      #3
      Yes, this for one is a genuine asylum seeker and the UK should be right out in front to offer him a place. Maybe the 'plane that goes to pick him up can take some none-genuine ones back.
      Insanity: repeating the same actions, but expecting different results.
      threadeds website, and here's my blog.

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        #4
        Just a minute, didn't we fecking liberate Afghanistan for our new pipeline?

        Surely the ragheads should be singing our song by now!

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          #5
          Also considering that he's apparently been a xtian for 16 years.
          Insanity: repeating the same actions, but expecting different results.
          threadeds website, and here's my blog.

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            #6
            We need more Christians here at the moment, particularly one who was prepared to face death for his faith.

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              #7
              We could send them this little lady :

              http://forums.contractoruk.com/thread6755.html

              As part of a cultural exchange...

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                #8
                Interesting little article on the Islamic Broadcasting Companies website today...basically there is nothing stopping any muslim converting under the koran BUT its a different story when you look at those other books written by men...its a death sentence for converting...BUT that all depends on who you talk to of course!

                Mailman

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Mailman
                  Interesting little article on the Islamic Broadcasting Companies website today...basically there is nothing stopping any muslim converting under the koran BUT its a different story when you look at those other books written by men...its a death sentence for converting...BUT that all depends on who you talk to of course!

                  Mailman
                  Its bulltulip though isnt it. There is a sura which speaks about those who follow the path (Muslims) those who dont (all other religions and atheists) and those who have turned from the path the aleter two being called unbelievers.
                  The fate of the unbeleivers is defined in the chapter called The Women. from about 70 onwards.

                  If you can be bothered "The Women" holds a lot of stuff to be aware of.
                  I am not qualified to give the above advice!

                  The original point and click interface by
                  Smith and Wesson.

                  Step back, have a think and adjust my own own attitude from time to time

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                    #10
                    Its complete crap mate...and is another PERFECT example of why no religious books written by men should ever be followed to the letter!

                    Mailman

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