Spain: Former Muslim Could Face Deportation for Speaking Against Islam
by Awr Hawkins
Imram Farasat, a Pakistani Muslim-turned-Christian in 2004 and who was granted asylum in Spain to escape threats to his life, is now being threatened with deportation for speaking out against Islam.
If deported he will be sent back to Pakistan, a move which Farasat and his attorney Sam Nunberg believe will almost certainly result in death.
Welcome to the world of Sharia.
Farasat says that he converted to Christianity after 26 years in Islam because he became convinced Islam was "not a religion," but a "political dictatorship which persecutes and teaches to persecute." He began speaking out against this persecution upon his conversion, and for this is now being pursued by Sharia enforcers.
This is Farasat's observation:
After the violent attacks on U.S. embassies, including Benghazi, on 9.11.12, Farasat called for the Quran to be banned throughout Europe and made a film about Mohammed titled, "The Innocent Prophet." Because of these things, he is now living daily under the threat of death.
When Breitbart News spoke with Farasat's attorney Sam Nunberg about this case, Nunberg simply stressed that "Muslims, like everyone else, are going to have to learn that free speech is free speech. That people have the right to voice their opinion on a matter, even if that matter is a religion. And that's all that Farasat has done."
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