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Taleban Puts a Stop to Christian Relief Program

on 2001/8/8 9:45:02 ( 1378 reads )


AFGHANISTAN, August 5, 2001: Cracking down on any agency or person that might disagree with their Islamic beliefs, Taleban hard-liners have now closed down a Western aid agency called Shelter Now International. After accusing the agency of promoting Christianity to its emergency relief victims, twenty-four members of staff were arrested. Eight have allegedly admitted to the crime. Afghanistan introduced the death penalty in the year 2000 for any Muslim converting to another religion or to any person responsible for causing a Muslim to convert.

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