Why Did They Put “Islamic Fundamentalists” In Quotes? Would They Prefer Barbarian Savages as Being More Accurate?

Husband of Condemned Sudanese Christian: ‘I Am Just Praying’

Daniel Wani, the husband of Meriam Yahia Ibrahim Ishag, tells CNN that praying “is all I can do” while he awaits the execution of his wife. Ibrahim, who is currently imprisoned with the couple’s 20-month-old son, was sentenced to hanging for “apostasy” after refusing to convert to Islam.

In an interview with CNN, Wani spoke sparingly, clearly in pain at having to discuss the death of his wife. “I’m frustrated, I don’t know what to do,” he said, explaining that her trial was “not like a legal trial” because it was run by “Islamic fundamentalists.” He could not speak to whether he believed his wife would convert to Islam before the court scheduled her execution or whether an appeal could be successful: “I don’t know what is going to happen.”

Bullshit.  It’s perfectly legal.  Murderous tyrannies always make sure that everything is “legal” under the code of laws they create and control.

A nation of laws is no guarantee against a nation that is also one of barbarian savagery.  And, in fact, Sharia encourages and enables such savagery.

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