Saturday's roundup of news
Al-Jama’ah Consultative Council decided to grant those who are charged with apostasy and denying religion a three-day grace period to announce their repentance, renounce their writings about denying the sunnah of our prophet and supporting the countries and the rulers of the infidels, and declare this repentance and inform people about it.[...] If they do not respond to the God and His Prophet, we will follow them everywhere they go and at anytime; and they can never be far from the swords of truth, and they are closer to us that our shoelaces. They are monitored day and night. We are fully aware of their hiding places, their houses, their children’s schools, and the times when their wives are alone at home
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And the dhimmi news of the day: Islamic terrorism and Jihad, very incorrect expressions according to EU.
And lastly three Christians await Execution in Indonesia:
Three Christian militants sentenced to death for killing Muslims during sectarian violence that shook Indonesia’s Sulawesi island six years ago may be executed this month. Supporters of the three men say they are not guilty, and are being used as scapegoats.
The three Indonesian Catholic men, Fabianus Tibo, Dominggus de Silva and Marinus Riwu, were convicted of killing Muslims during Muslim-Christian clashes in the central Sulawesi town of Poso in 2000.
The men have exhausted most avenues to stop their execution, two higher courts and President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono have rejected their appeals.
But the chief attorney for the three men, Stefanus Roy Rening, says they are still waiting for a reply from Mr. Yudhoyono on a second clemency appeal, filed last month.
He says all three men are innocent and being used as scapegoats in an unfair justice system. He also says the three are not the masterminds of the Poso violence, which is why they should not be executed.
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