The story of Abdul Rahman continues to receive great coverage. I am so thankful for this coverage because it reminds the world that there is indeed a war on Christians especially from the radical followers of Islam.
The following entries are taken from blogs and various news websites, and I'm presenting it in the fashion of a "Rahman Carnival". If you have a post you'd like linked, please leave us a comment below.
The Moderate Voice is writing about his concern about the lack of evidence against Rahman. He raises a great question concerning the implication of future cases against Christians and evidence.
Jamal has written an interesting piece called Abdul Rahman: Infidel over at Blogcritics.org . Jamal muses about the lack of concern over others who are being hurt all over the world. The writer has an obvious left leaning bias.
NDTV.com attempts a balanced piece on the situation with Rahman's release.
Rahman is to be freed based not upon a human rights violation, not upon the principle that every person has the right to choose his or her own religion free of state ceoercion, but based upon technical questions about the evidence and insinuations about his sanity. This is therefore NOT a victory for human rights or religious freedom -- it is a strategic retreat on the part of the Afghan government.
Media Monitors Network writes about how Britian and America got it right with Rahman.
Hussain Andaryas said the publicity surrounding the Abdul Rahman case had resulted in a surge of interest in Christianity among Afghans, strong concern for the plight of Afghanistan's underground Christians -- and an antagonistic response from Muslims.
Fox News is reporting that Rahman is seeking asylum outside of Afghanistan.