Well, If you live in Britain.. you may not for long.
Because Muslim men do not believe you should have one.
There is a movement in Britain now by Islamic organizations to force ALL WOMEN in Britain to undergo MANDATORY REMOVAL of the female genitalia. (Clitorechtomy)
footnote: This movement has already begun in the United States, as well.
* This will not ONLY APPLY to muslim women… This will apply to ALL WOMEN !
Perhaps the women in Britain should start a movement for MANDATORY FORCED MALE PENILECHTOMIES for ALL MUSLIM MEN.
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“Remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them, and those who are mistreated, since you also are in the body.” Hebrews 13:3
Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani remains in prison in Rasht, Iran.
Our sources confirm he is alive and is doing well by the grace of God. We are still waiting for a written verdict to be delivered regarding his September 2011 retrial. The Ayatollah has not responded to the local courts request for his legal opinion. It is unlikely that he will respond because, if he does, it will create a legal precedent, and he neither wants to compromise on core Islamic penal code nor does he want to face the certain international uproar and loss of face that comes with executing a Christian. Pray that God works in the hearts of the local court and local officials.
Behnam Irani Suffering In Prison
Pastor Behnam Irani is not in good condition in Ghezal Hezar Prison in Karaj, I
ran. He is frequently beaten by prisoners under the watchful eye of prison officials. Sources close to the family are concerned that he will die before the end of his five-year prison sentence. He is having trouble with his eyesight and his foot. He also has some sort of intestinal disorder.
We need your help in making Pastor Behnam’s case more prominent in the international media. Please spread the word about his situation, contact government officials and media organizations. To learn more about his life you can go to http://presenttruthmn.com/behnam-irani/.
There has yet been no verdict delivered for the 12 Christians that were put on trial on Easter Sunday. We anticipate that it will be delivered shortly; however, based on past precedent, there could be a significant delay. I will work diligently to keep you up to date.
* The Blood of the Martyr is the Seed of the Church and Synagogue *
Intrepid Danish journalist, historian and President of the Free Press Society Lars Hedegaard, has been acquitted unanimously by a panel of seven Supreme Court justices. led by Chief Justice Børge Dahl. Hedegaard was accused of intentionally denigrating Muslims in breach of Article 266b of the Danish Penal Code, which states,
Whoever publicly or with the intent of public dissemination issues a pronouncement or other communication by which a group of persons are threatened, insulted or denigrated due to their race, skin color, national or ethnic origin, religion or sexual orientation is liable to a fine or incarceration for up to two years.
The Court stated in a press release that “there has been no basis for convicting him of intentionally disseminating his remarks to a wider audience.” As a result, the Court found no grounds for remitting the case for re-trial in Superior Court, which convicted Lars Hedegaard after he had been found not guilty in the lower court.
Although obviously pleased with this current decision, Hedegaard warned that the root of the problem — Article 266B — and its selective application designed to proscribe public debate on Islam — had not been addressed.
As Hedegaard observed,
I’m satisfied that the Supreme Court has delivered a verdict in accordance with the evidence given in lower and superior court. The prosecution had this evidence before it decided to press charges so I cannot understand why it went ahead. The prosecutor has burdened the courts and the taxpayers needlessly for more than two years.
This judgment is not necessarily a victory for free speech. Article 266b, under which I was charged, remains unchanged. It remains a disgrace to any civilized society and is an open invitation to frivolous trials. Thus, we still have no right to refer to truth if we are indicted under this article.
There have been several attempts to make 266b conform to normal standards of justice but successive governments and parliamentary majorities have steadfastly refused.
I am, however, happy that my acquittal means that at least the Supreme Court has set a limit to how deeply the State may penetrate one’s private life. The Supreme Court has clearly upheld the principle that for a statement to be criminal, it must have been made with the intent of public dissemination. We may still talk freely in our own homes.
Reflecting upon his own travails, Hedegaard concluded by pledging to continue the struggle to abrogate 266B:
My personal reaction to more than two years of fatiguing litigation is to demand written guarantees from people who want to talk to me. With their signatures they must confirm that nothing be passed on without my express approval and without me having had a chance to vet it. This goes whether people are journalists or not.
I would advise everybody to do the same for we all know that the prosecutor lies in wait.
The Free Press Society will strengthen its struggle against the penal code’s despicable article 266b.