Sudan's Christians 'don't feel safe in prayer'
Posted in the Minneapolis Forum
#1 Jun 4, 2014
Don't worry Christians. It's probably just a few bad apples killing you off in Moose Lume countries.
"It's the Sunday service in Khartoum and the pastor is leading the Christian congregation in prayers for Mariam Yahya Ibrahim, the mother of two convicted last month for the crime of apostasy after a court ruled that she abandoned the Muslim faith.
It's crime she strenuously denies, maintaining both that she was raised Christian -- in spite of being born to a Muslim father -- and that she would have been within her rights to leave the faith. Neither statement has won her clemency under Sudan's harsh interpretation of Islamic law.
"If you look at the laws of the country," he tells us, "the laws favor Muslims."
"Number one, the crime of apostasy, which is creating a wall around Islam that nobody is allowed to leave."
And what is worse, he says, is the sense that extremist sentiment toward Christians is increasingly tolerated.
"In the war of propaganda between the two religions, Christianity will stand no chance. All the media is used to promote Islamic beliefs and to speak about Islam as the only religion and to insult other beliefs, especially Christianity which is normally referred to as being an infidel."
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