Foreigners suspected of trying to spread Christianity arrested in Libya

H/T Hermes and all who sent in links on this.

FOX:

TRIPOLI, Libya –  Four foreigners were arrested in Libya on suspicion of distributing books about Christianity and proselytizing, a Libyan police spokesman said on Saturday.

Police spokesman Hussein bin Hamid said the suspects were from South Africa, Egypt and South Korea, and one held both Swedish and U.S. nationality. The Swedish Foreign Ministry confirmed that a dual national Swedish-American citizen was arrested while traveling on a U.S. passport. The U.S. Embassy in Libya declined comment.

Spreading Christianity is a crime in the predominantly Muslim North African county.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic
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2 Responses to Foreigners suspected of trying to spread Christianity arrested in Libya

  1. BL@KBIRD says:

    Looking for martyrdom in all the right places. Any Muslims they free in Muslim land sign their own execution warrant. If you get stoned in Dearborn for talking to Muslims, what will happen in the heart of darkness?

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