Just remember that even though life is pretty easy here in the United States, Christians are still being persecuted all over the world. The case of Abdul Rahman in Afghanistan is particularly troublesome, considering the lengths the West went to to eliminate Islamofascism in that country.
An Afghan man is being tried in a court in the capital, Kabul, for converting from Islam to Christianity.
Abdul Rahman is charged with rejecting Islam and could face the death sentence under Sharia law unless he recants.
He converted 16 years ago as an aid worker helping refugees in Pakistan. His estranged family denounced him in a custody dispute over his two children.
It is thought to be Afghanistan's first such trial, reflecting tensions between conservative clerics and reformists.
I expect America to prevent such a travesty from continuing forward.
(HT: Reader DD.)