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Monday, July 12, 2010

Nagla al-Imam has disappeared

Some more news on Ms Nagla Al-Imam:

The web site for  Al-Tarek, which is the TV station Nagla al-Imam broadcasts from, has posted a message (click here for a Google Translation) the heading of which reads: "The disappearance of Nagla Al-Imam and her children".
It says that Al-Tarek staff have been unable to make contact with  Ms Al-Imam for many days and it has come to their attention that people who are close to her cannot find her or her children anywhere.  It also reports that Al-Tarek's office in Egypt has been vandalized by Egyptian security forces.

8 comments:

  1. What forces can be brought to bear to find and save this brave woman and her innocent children? Can the international Red Cross or agencies of the United Nations be enlisted in this task? This is an unacceptable situation...as are many of the human rights violations against Christians and Jews in the Muslim world! It needs to be brought to the attention of the free world...where are the journalists when truth is crying to be heard?
    Ronit

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  2. We should call on all moderate Muslim organizations in the west to protest the torture of Al-Imam and demand the Egyptian government's protection over this woman. They should be asked to seek the demolishing the crime of ridda in Egypt to show their solidarity in defending human rights and save the life of this woman who has done nothing but practiced her free choice to revert from Islam.

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  3. ....nothing to ask but to let human rights reign freely in this world... Let every man practice his rights.. hope that the Muslim world would have an open mind to everything..

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  4. HER FAITH IS AN ENCOURAGMENT TO ME! GREAT IS HER REWARD IN HEAVEN!:)

    COME, LET US WORSHIP AND BOW DOWN TO THE LORD OUR GOD OUR MAKER; PRAYING FOR THE UNBELIEVERS AROUND US TO RECEIVE A REVELATION OF WHO JESUS IS, AND FOR REPENTANCE TO BE GRANTED TO THEM UNTO ETERNAL LIFE.

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  5. This is very sad. We in the West shouldn't forget our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world, should we?

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  6. Freedom of choice ,particularly of religion is a gift to mankind from our LORD Jesus Christ. Yet any one is totally free to believe whatever he or she chooses.Live and let live in peace, freedom and love..lET us respect one another. May God Bless us all HISWAY...

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  7. How ironic. At the same time: Anne Rice 'quits being a Christian'. Twelve years after she converted from atheism, author of Interview with the Vampire abandons Christianity over its attitude to birth control, homosexuality and science. (The Guardian)

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  8. Looking at Wiki on Anne Rice it says she renounced being a Roman Catholic but that section ends
    She reaffirmed her faith in Christ with a lack of faith in Christianity an hour or so later with the following post

    "My faith in Christ is central to my life. My conversion from a pessimistic atheist lost in a world I didn't understand, to an optimistic believer in a universe created and sustained by a loving God is crucial to me. But following Christ does not mean following His followers. Christ is infinitely more important than Christianity and always will be, no matter what Christianity is, has been, or might become." [

    And that is what Life is all about Jesus himself not what an institution says. I do pray that Holy Spirit leads Anne to an understanding on the "issues" she has.

    BUT Anne is fortunate in that she lives in a christian country whereas people in non christian countries like Nagla al-Imam really need our prayers

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