islam-watch 15 January 2013
U.N. human rights expert has accused Saudi Arabia of violating international law by beheading an underage Sri Lankan domestic worker Rizana Nafeek on charges of killing a baby in her care in 2005.
She was sentenced to death in 2007, and ignoring appeals from the Sri Lanka government for a reprieve of her life, she was beheaded in the town of Dawadmy, near the capital Riyadh, on Wednesday morning.
American/Egyptian citizen arrested in New York after calling Brotherhood leader a ‘liar and a murderer’
The maids on Saudi Arabia's death row: Scores of foreign women facing execution for child abuse, witchcraft... and killing would
EuropeNews 10 January 2013
Sabatina James, an ex-Muslim of Pakistani origin, explains the dire situation for those in Pakistan and elsewhere who do not accept Islam as their religion, but are finding that Christianity is a more humanitarian religion and are putting their faith in Jesus. A human rights disaster usually ignored by our governments.