Posts Tagged ‘ death ’

Imam speaking in Orlando said gays should be killed ‘out of compassion’

Jun 14th, 2016 | By

An Islamic scholar who spoke earlier this year at an Orlando mosque has previously said gay people should be killed according to Islamic law “out of compassion.”

“Death is the sentence,” Sheikh Farrokh Sekaleshfar said at a speech at the Husseini Islamic Center in Orlando in 2013. “We know. There’s nothing to be embarrassed about this. Death is the sentence.”

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Chairman’s Report — April 3, 2014

Apr 4th, 2014 | By
Father Keith Roderick and William Murray visit Orthodox priest in a burned out church in Kosovo

IN THIS ISSUE: Reverend Keith Roderick, Religious Freedom Coalition board member and long time defender of those persecuted for their faith, dies at age 61 / Are all congressmen basically alike, or are some God fearing and hard working? / The good and the bad on Capitol Hill / Christmas for Refugee program

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Death Penalty Order Deepens Hard-line Islamist Trend in Pakistan

Dec 31st, 2013 | By
Muslim mobs attack a Christian area of Lahore after blasphemy allegation. (Morning Star News, M. Ali)

Pakistan’s blasphemy laws calls for either death or life imprisonment for persons convicted of insulting Muhammad. The FSC has given the government a “couple of months” to implement, through parliament, the order to remove life imprisonment as a possible punishment.

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Islam, homosexuality and death – Too powerful to discribe

Nov 4th, 2013 | By

At an address delivered in English in Norway, Fahad Qureshi, founder of the Norwegian Islam Net organization, said that it was “normal” Muslims, not just radical extremists, who supported the death penalty for homosexuals and stoning for adulterers. When he asked who supported the punishments prescribed in the Koran, the vast majority of those present raised their hands.

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Egypt: protesters ‘killed by gunshot’ as death toll rises to 35 in third day of violence

Nov 21st, 2011 | By

The Telegraph, a London, UK newspaper is reporting 35 dead in demonstrations in Cairo, Egypt. Demonstrators are demanding “democracy” just a few days before a democratic election for a new parliament. How odd is this and why did the demonstrators stream out of mosques beginning after prayers on Friday? The demonstrations are not students or secularist, but rather Islamists. Why do Muslim leaders want to disrupt the election next week?

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