The religion of peace once again proves it hasn't moved beyond the 12th Century

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    Saudi Woman Beheaded for 'Witchcraft' - Yahoo! News

    Sorcery?????

    Christian haters still rant about the Salem Witch Trials which happened three/four hundred years ago.

    The same people will turn a blind eye to Islam TODAY. Which proves it isn't about what happens to people beheaded for a bogus charge. It's about whatever it takes to intimidate and shut up Christians, (because Christians can vote in this country whereas Saudi women still can't vote, drive, speak, etc etc etc)
     
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    Keep in my next time you vote that both status quo parties support the Saudi gov't.
     
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    I'll acknowledge that the majority of Christians today would not be in favor of bringing back witch trials. However, I suspect very strongly that a majority of Evangelical Christians would favor it, and that means that if the First Amendment did not prohibit the practice it might become law in certain deep-south states.

    But rather more to the point, consider this:

    How modern day witch trials are destroying rural Africa - NYPOST.com

    The last executions for witchcraft IN AMERICA happened 400 years ago. But witchcraft executions BY CHRISTIANS are occurring today in much less advanced areas of the world.

    This is not a difference between Islam and Christianity. It's a difference between poor, backward, superstitious cultures and advanced ones. Or perhaps you would like to show an instance of AMERICAN Muslims -- preferably Muslims actually BORN in this country -- trying and executing someone for witchcraft?
     

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