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“Islam Is A Religion Of Peace” Update

by @ 3:44 pm on December 7, 2007. Filed under Islam, Religion

Convert to Christianity, get a death sentence:

The daughter of a British imam is living under police protection after receiving death threats from her father for converting to Christianity.

The 31-year-old, whose father is the leader of a mosque in Lancashire, has moved house an astonishing 45 times after relatives pledged to hunt her down and kill her.

The British-born university graduate, who uses the pseudonym Hannah for her own safety, said she renounced the Muslim faith to escape being forced into an arranged marriage when she was 16.

She has been in hiding for more than a decade but called in police only a few months ago after receiving a text message from her brother.

In it, he said he would not be held responsible for his actions if she failed to return to Islam.

And this is in Great Britain.

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One Response to ““Islam Is A Religion Of Peace” Update”

  1. Islamic Pork says:

    What utter stupidity and ignorance to make the statement “You have offended my religion of peace, I must kill you now…” Peace?? Ha!! Piece is more like it, Piece of Sh**!!!!!!! Religious toleration in the U.S.A. is for All Religions, EXCEPT for intolerant religions like “ISLAM.” Mohammed was a pedophile, a pirate, a pillaging baboon. We must stop the extremism from these dogs, before they breed with their bitches, and make a new round of puppies that know nothing but hatred. To the people of Islam: Wake up, your Imams want you stupid, because an ignorant person is easier to control. Find a back bone, find a brain, and make your own judgments about the issues at hand. Stop accepting the force-feeding of the incorrectness of your religious leaders.

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