Ung man mördades efter att ha lämnat islam.
NAIROBI, Kenya, April 20 — Two Muslim extremists in Somalia murdered a member of a secret Christian community in the name of Islam in Lower Shabele region as part of a campaign to rid the country of Christianity, sources said.
An area source told Compass two al Shabaab militants shot 21-year-old Hassan Adawe Adan in Shalambod town after entering his house at 7:30 p.m.
“Two al Shabaab members dragged him out of his house, and after 10 minutes they fired several shots on him,” said an area source who requested anonymity. “He then died immediately.”
The militants then shouted “Allahu Akbar [God is greater]” before fleeing, he said.
Jag förstår om de kristna i Egypten är oroliga… 100-tals söker nu hjälp hos människorättorganisationer…
(Maars) — Egypt’s Christians are looking for ways to leave the country over concerns radical Muslims are gaining power in wake of President Hosni Mubarak’s ouster.
Human rights lawyers say they’re receiving calls from hundreds of Christians seeking help in getting out the majority Muslim nation.
“They are insisting on leaving Egypt because the risks of staying here are too great,” Naguib Gabriel, a Coptic human rights lawyer, told Egypt Daily News.
“Many Christians are afraid of the future because of the fanatics in the mosques,” he said.
Since Mubarak was forced from power, at least 20 Coptic Christians have been killed in sectarian violence.
Och lite (o)lustigt känns det att väst håller på att träna upp och sätta vapen i händerna på dem i andra länder…
(American Thinker) — The American media are reluctant to report what the French media have made clear: Al-Qaida has established a beachhead in Libya and fully intends to install Sharia law once government forces are overcome.
An April 19th article in the prominent French daily, Le Figaro, does not shy from chronicling the obvious. It highlights an interview that Al Qaida spokesman Saleh Abi Mohammad gave to the Saudi journal Al-Hayyat, which is published in London.
According to Abi Mohammad, Al Qaida is fighting alongside the Libyan rebels in numerous cities and, in the town of Dernah, has already formed with its allies an Islamic Council, “pour gouverner la ville en vertu de la sharia.”
When asked whether Al-Qaida welcomed foreign intervention, Abi Mohammad answered, (my translation), “It is always preferable to die like a martyr than to ask the help of the crusaders.” He believes that the rebels could have prevailed without assistance, and he does not consider foreign help as “positive.”
The French author of the article accurately sums up the Al Qaida message as “rather disturbing, one that we err in underestimating.”