Afghan Barbarism and American Christianity

An Afghan who converted to Christianity is to be hanged for it.

An Afghan physiotherapist will be executed within three days for converting to Christianity. Said Musa, 45, has been held for eight months in a Kabul prison were he claims he has been tortured and sexually abused by inmates and guards. Mr Musa, who lost his left leg in a landmine explosion in the 1990s, has worked for the Red Cross for 15 years and helps to treat fellow amputees.


He was arrested in May last year as he attempted to seek asylum at the German embassy following a crackdown on Christians within Afghanistan. He claims he was visited by a judge who told him he would be hanged within days unless he converted back to Islam. But he remains defiant and said he would be willing to die for his faith. He told the Sunday Times: ‘My body is theirs to do what they want with. ‘Only God can decide if my spirit goes to hell.’ Defence lawyers have refused to represent him, while others have dropped the case after receiving death threats. Mr Musa was arrested after a TV station showed western men baptising Afghans during secret ceremonies.

Meanwhile, here in America, Churches are canceling their services so their precious members can watch the Superbowl.  Here we see quite clearly what happens in a place where Christianity is soul-less and self absorbed (America) and where being a Christian matters (Afghanistan).  One day maybe American and European Christians will wake from their slumber.


4 thoughts on “Afghan Barbarism and American Christianity

  1. irishanglican ~ Fr. Robert 6 Feb 2011 at 6:16 pm

    “And I heard a voice from heaven, saying, “Write, Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from now on!” “Yes,” says the Spirit, that they may rest from their labors, for their deeds follow them.” (Rev.14:13, NASB..1960)


  2. Michael Acidri 7 Feb 2011 at 7:01 am

    Oh Jim is it true you brought a 3-D tv screen to Petros so that church members would kill two birds with one stone-attend church and enjoy their favorite pass time. Lol…


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