From the opening of this article on the BBC web site:
"The upper house of the Afghan parliament has supported a death sentence issued against a journalist for blasphemy in northern Afghanistan."
Pervez Kambaksh, a 23-year old Afghan man "was convicted last week of downloading and distributing an article insulting Islam."
How about this as a suggestion for spreading freedom throughout the world? Make it part of our government's foreign policy that it will suspend aid and assistance to any country in the world that does not explicitly ban the death penalty for blasphemy. Here in America it is blindingly obvious, but perhaps the message needs to be shouted through a megaphone:
NOBODY DESERVES TO DIE FOR WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT THE RELIGIOUS BELIEFS OF OTHERS!
You can give the Afghan Embassy here in the United States the message at: