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Afghani MP: “Execute Afghan Christian Converts” Mohabat News, September 7, 2013 (thanks to Claude)
A member of Afghanistan's Parliament has suggested that all those who have converted from Islam to Christianity should be executed, according to Islamic Sharia Law, in order to stop the rapid growth of Christianity among Afghans within and outside the country.
Mohabat News – Quds Online news website, affiliated with Astan Quds Razavi Foundation, reported that an Afghani news service, Ava, has published a report stating that the number of Christians is increasing in the country. The Afghan news service quoted Nazir Ahmad Hanafi, Afghani Parliament Member, as saying, "Afghani citizens continue to convert to Christianity in India. Numerous Afghanis have become Christians in India. This is an offense to Islamic Laws and according to the Quran they need to be executed".
Earlier, another Member of Afghanistan's Parliament had acknowledged that an Afghani church had been built in India. He said, "A church has been built in India called Afghani's Church. Any Afghani citizen who travels to India would be officially invited to the church".
Some other Afghani MPs, however, blame the U.S. for the increasing number of Christian conversions.
In this regard, Abdul Latif Pedram, who represents Badakhshan province in the Afghani Parliament, stated, "The presence of the U.S. in Afghanistan results in the conversion of Afghans to Christianity. The United States' long term plan is to attack Afghani Culture. Converting Afghan citizens serves that purpose". He also claimed, "If you want to stop people from converting to Christianity, and are afraid that more people will convert, then why did you sign the Bilateral Security Agreement with the U.S.?
Abdul Rauf Ibrahimi, Speaker of the Parliament, has a long record of anti-Christian activities. Condemning all evangelical activities in Afghanistan, he ordered the National Security Committee in parliament to seriously follow up on the issue through authoritative organizations.
Of course, such harsh statements against Christianity are made while a number of members of the Parliament of Afghanistan have converted to Christianity, despite all the risks involved.
Islamic leaders of Afghanistan consider the growth of Christianity to be a threat. This phenomenon has reached the point where we had reports that some Afghani Islamic clerics warned the government against the influence of Christianity in the country. A while ago, the Islamic Council of Afghanistan notified President Karzai about more Christian aid-workers and missionaries coming to Afghanistan and the likelihood of more conversions across the country.