Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Egypt’s religious adviser says Muslims can change religion

But as usual, there is a get out of jail free clause in his pronouncement.

"Gomaa warned however that if the conversions undermine the “foundations of society” then it must be dealt with by the judicial system, without elaborating. In September, Egypt’s Supreme Administrative Court is to hear the case of 12 Copts who converted to Islam and have been prevented by the state from reverting to Christianity on the grounds that it is apostasy."

Typical Islamic double talk.

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