Monday, 16 April 2007

Being a Muslim is not for me. What next?


Sadly for those born into the Muslim cult (it is not a religion), there is no easy escape. There is no saying to your friends "Your right. It is all a load of nonsense. I've got a life to live" and off you trot into the Western Sunset to enjoy the benefits of life and sometimes other peoples taxes. No, you can expect something more along these lines:-

"THE first brick was thrown through the sitting room window at one in the morning, waking Nissar Hussein, his wife and five children with a terrifying start. The second brick went through his car window.

It was a shock, but hardly a surprise. The week before, another brick had been thrown through the window as the family were preparing for bed in their Bradford home. The victim of a three-year campaign of religious hatred, Mr Hussein’s car has also been rammed and torched, and the steps to his home have been strewn with rubbish.

He and his family have been regularly jostled, abused, attacked, shouted at to move out of the area, and given death threats in the street. His wife has been held hostage inside their home for two hours by a mob. His car, walls and windows have been daubed in graffiti: “Christian bastard”.

The problem isn’t so much what Mr Hussein, whose parents came from Pakistan, believes, but what he doesn’t believe. Born into Islam, he converted eight years ago to Christianity, and his wife, also from Pakistan, followed suit."

The result is, Apostates - Muslims who lose their faith, face execution or imprisonment, in line with traditional Muslim teaching, in many Islamic countries, including Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Egypt and Yemen. In the Netherlands, the former Muslim MP Ayan Hirsi Ali had to go into hiding after renouncing her faith on television. It really is life membership in that club.

You see, sadly Islam is a bit like the Mafia. When your in your in and the only way you leave it is dead. Read more of that poor families nightmare here.

We are reluctant to admit that we owe our liberties to men of a type that today we hate and fear -- unruly men, disturbers of the peace, men who resent and denounce 'the insolence of elected persons' -- in a word, free men.



1 comment:

MrSmith said...

Thanks for posting about that, mate. I had forgotten about the one story I saw about that ages back. I've linked you on this over at Christianophobia Watch.

http://tinyurl.com/33kpst