WTF? "Sorcerer" Sentenced to Death in Saudi

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Re: WTF? "Sorcerer" Sentenced to Death in Saudi

Postby analogue_kid » 02 Apr 2010, 03:07

Mother Theresa wrote:Meanwhile in developed nations, people send their children to be molested by lecherous old holy men in the hopes that they'll have a better life after they die as the result of a man who died 2000 years ago and came back to life. . .


Don't forget, in many of those western countries you mentioned, people (mostly women) were burned at the stake for "witchcraft" 300-400 years ago on less "evidence" than the Lebanese man had against him.

Both christians and muslims worship the same god, so this shouldn't be surprising.
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