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Saudi Sheikh cries out that Saudi Columnist Hamza Kashgari get executed for tweets

Sheikh Nasser Al Omar weeps and pleads to the king that Saudi writer Hamza Kashgari gets executed for supposedly writing "shameful" comments about prophet Mohammed on Twitter.

The sheikh openly weeps and asks for the death penalty for Hamza Kashgari for his tweets about Muhammad, Sheikh Nasser Al-Omer reminds Muslims about debating with atheists;

"...and as Ibn Al-Arabi said when he was told "We should argue with atheist through intellectual debates" He replied, "That's a cold reaction, that should be warmed up with the heat of the SWORD".

He then adds "That is what Ibn Al-Arabi said back then about atheists"

That those who practice atheism should be killed and there should be no intellectual debate.

Malaysia sends Saudi home, where he's threatened with death for a tweet


Malaysia's government on Monday defended its decision to deport a young Saudi journalist who may face persecution at home for allegedly insulting the prophet Muhammad on Twitter. International rights groups have slammed the deportation but Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said Malaysia was not a safe haven for fugitives.

Jeddah-based newspaper columnist Hamza Kashgari was detained Thursday at the Malaysian airport while in transit to New Zealand. He was deported Sunday despite fears from rights groups that he may face the death penalty if charged with blasphemy over remarks he tweeted that many considered offensive. "I will not allow Malaysia to be seen as a safe country for terrorists and those who are wanted by their countries of origin, and also be seen as a transit county," Hishammuddin said.

He said the deportation followed a request from the Saudi government. Allegations that Kashgari could be tortured and killed if he was sent back home are "ridiculous" because Saudi Arabia is a respectable country, he said. Malaysian authorities also didn't receive any court order to halt the deportation, he added. Lawyers representing Kashgari's family obtained a court order Sunday to try to keep him in Malaysia but he had been put on a plane back home by the time the order was issued.

Human Rights Watch slammed Malaysia's failure to respect human rights. It said Kashgari was kept incommunicado and denied access to lawyers and the United Nations refugee agency. Police also told lawyers that Kashgari was still being held after he already had been forced on a plane, it said.






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