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Sunday, March 26, 2006

Like the old saying, but not really 

I can't remember who came up with this gem (which I paraphase):

If you were accused of being a Christian, would they have enough evidence to convict you?

Well, here's the latest in the Abdul Rahman case:

An Afghan court on Sunday dismissed a case against a man who converted from Islam to Christianity because of a lack of evidence, and he will be released soon, an official said.

But I suspect they aren't looking real hard:

Gen. Shahmir Amirpur...said Rahman had also been begging his guards to provide him with a Bible.

Meanwhile, he's in prison, and was recently moved from one location to another:

Earlier Sunday he was moved to a notorious maximum-security prison outside Kabul that is also home to hundreds of Taliban and al-Qaida militants. The move to Policharki Prison came after detainees threatened his life at an overcrowded police holding facility in central Kabul, a court official said on condition of anonymity because he is not authorized to speak to the media.

From the Ontario Empoblog (Latest OVVA news here)

Thanks for the update. Lack of evidence?! It would appear that pressure from the West may have influenced their inability to find any evidence, eh?
Turns out the other reason for throwing out the case is because he MIGHT be a German citizen. However, there's no evidence that they ever got around to formally CHECKING this.

He's still not out of the woods, since certain factions (including the moderate factions) still want to tear him to pieces.

The "religion of pieces"??? (Things I come up with on my one hour morning commute.)
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