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18 July 2012 @ 03:52 pm
What kind of justice does Qatar have?  

Read the statements of Qatar govt. in Statements on Racism and Self-Determination , Elimination of all forms of discrimination
If Qatar really applies HUMAN RIGHTS practices, eliminating racial /religious discrimintaion and truly care for the other nations, why it seems they doesn't care for the case of Filipino Pastors ULEP,and ALAMARES?THEY KNEW -they did not violate any Rules and regulations in Qatar and yet - these two pastors were ILLEGALLY DETAINED in QATAR with brethren Youseff CHUA ( a filipino, former converted muslim, then returned-back to Christianity) and UNTIL NOW, they are still suffering maltreatment inside the jail.

Is it just because they are PASTORS and devoted Christ believers? According to the other pastors who were also illegally detained, they experienced indoctrination inside the jail, encouraging them : to CONVERT in Islam beliefs (by some abusive qatar authorities)...

so would 'conversion' can also be a prerequisite to get the justice?

This is an opportunity for our voices to be noted. It is time that we begin effectuating change to the landscape of Human Rights in a finite sense. It is time for the QATAR GOVERMENT to acknowledge the Voices of our Hearts as we call out for not only justice but parity regardless of one's Socio-Ecconomic, Cultural, Ethnic, Political or Religious demographics. Are you willing to be counted. . do you wish for your voice to be heard?

Share what you know about the injustice in qatar... Expose what you knew about the case of YOUSEFF CHUA, Pastor ULEP and ALAMARES.

Call for freedom, indeed!

 
 
 
Jonathan A. CadenasJonathan A. Cadenas on July 18th, 2012 05:04 pm (UTC)
There are no jsutice in Qatar
Qatari Government are detaining our Pastors for them to be converted to Islam. WHat kind of religion is that?
Jessie M. AquinoJessie M. Aquino on July 23rd, 2012 05:41 am (UTC)
Stop human violation in Qatar
Our pastors did not and has not violated any law in Qatar and yet they are being detained and being treated harshly and brutally. For what? To convert them to be a Muslim? This is human rights violation. This is suppression of freedom of choice. And this has to be STOPPED NOW! Qatar you will never get our pastors to be converted to Islam. Never!
Renie MagcostaRenie Magcosta on July 23rd, 2012 04:58 pm (UTC)

We appeal to the king for the justice of our pastors, let them go, and let Justice be served for all that has been abused of this injustice in your state....It's time to WAKE UP.....