Sentenced to death for worshipping Budda by crazy Saudi Arabia law
A Sri Lankan is in the process of being sentenced to death in Saudi Arabia for having possession of a Budda statue and lighting an oil lamp for Budda. He is imprisoned by the Saudi law called 'Sharia', for practicing "which craft". This is a clear Human rights violation. I think it's about time the laws like Sharia should be banned by the UN. Every person has the right to believe in there own relligon. What do you think? Do you think it's fair what Saudi is doing?
(Lamps are lit in Buddhism to symbolize one is lighten up by wisdom, just like a lamp lighten up a dark place)
Bit about Saudi Arabia and relligoes fredom:
SAUDI ARABIA There is no religious freedom in this Islamic kingdom. Public non-Muslim worship is forbidden, and conversion to Christianity - seen as apostasy - is punishable by death. Most Christians are foreign workers; although they are allowed to worship privately on their compounds, they sometimes face difficulty. Twelve Filipino Christians and a priest were arrested while attending a service in a private home in October 2010. Saudi believers fear being open about their faith, even with their family. There were reports of several Christians being physically harmed for their faith in 2010.