12 feb. 2012

Interpol lämnar ut muslimsk tvivlare/avfälling

Från The Guardian:
Interpol has been accused of abusing its powers after Saudi Arabia used the organisation's red notice system to get a journalist arrested in Malaysia for insulting the Prophet Muhammad.
Police in Kuala Lumpur said Hamza Kashgari, 23, was detained at the airport "following a request made to us by Interpol" the international police cooperation agency, on behalf of the Saudi authorities.
Kashgari, a newspaper columnist, fled Saudi Arabia after posting a tweet on the prophet's birthday that sparked more than 30,000 responses and several death threats. The posting, which was later deleted, read: "I have loved things about you and I have hated things about you and there is a lot I don't understand about you … I will not pray for you."
More than 13,000 people joined a Facebook page titled "The Saudi People Demand the Execution of Hamza Kashgari".
Clerics in Saudi Arabia called for him to be charged with apostasy, a religious offence punishable by death. Reports suggest that the Malaysian authorities intend to return him to his native country.
Nu rapporterar BBC att Hamza Kashgari har blivit utlämnad till Saudiarabien, där han troligtvis kommer avrättas. Bloggaren Saudi Jeans har mer information.

Det är viktigt att väst börjar uppmärksamma förtrycket i arabvärlden. Alla vet att saudi är en brutal diktatur, men nu visar också Malaysia var man står.

Och dessutom får de stöd av Interpol - hur kan detta förekomma?

1 kommentar:

Erik Lidström sa...

Många bör nog undvika att åka till Malaysia eller många liknande länder i fortsättningen. Hur h-e ska man veta mot vilka religioner man hädat mot här i jordelivet. Det kan väl bara vara högst en per person som man varit trogen.