||If I was a Christian, I would just argue that abortion is murder and murder breaks the ten commandments - at which point your argument no longer works.
||Blaming Julian Assange for making known the corruption of political criminals is like blaming a rape victim for wearing clothing that is "too provocative".
||Warning his congregation that punishment of apostasy is death, perhaps persuading anyone questioning about leaving that technically with Islamic law, to leave would be to be put to death.
||The problem isn't that the baby goes to heaven or hell, but rather than they see an abortion as murder.
||Murder is murder, it doesn't matter what country you're in.
Towards the end he says that when you come into Islam, you create a contract and the contract has implications.
||Not to be rude, but women who wear the hijab in the west are very insensitive to those who are forced to wear it in the east.
||Obviously murder is breaking one of the ten commandments, so to allow abortion in their mind is the greatest sin because it is a murder in their mind.
||corporate welfare and bailouts) but neoliberalism is laissez-faire, so if a government is correcting market failure then that contradicts laissez-faire economics.
||But yes, he doesn't directly ask people to kill apostates, nor does he directly say it shouldn't be done, nonetheless he openly states that based on Islamic law, apostates should be murdered.
||He then says that "it" applies to people who come into Islam, it being the punishment of apostasy being death.
||The revolution was brutal overthrow of a dictator controlled by the west who allowed much of the country to starve outside of the main cities.
||Inaccurate data would make them look bad and incompetent.