Afghanistan: Red Cross abandons long-time employee Sayed Musa, accused of apostasy

Saed Musa is that ex-Muslim, convert to Christianity, who has been working for Red Cross for 15 years.

Said Musa

International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that the Red Cross in Afghanistan (ICRC) has not intervened on behalf of a long-term employee who was arrested and imprisoned because he is Christian. This, despite that the Red Cross mandate includes “visiting prisoners” and “helping victims of conflict and internal violence, whoever they are.”

Read here. Tx to here.

Background: 1, 2, 3.

More information and photo: here.

11 comments on “Afghanistan: Red Cross abandons long-time employee Sayed Musa, accused of apostasy

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  2. Sorry to learn about your loss. Faith keeps us together in times of distress. Given your background, I would also urge you to explore alternate views of Christ in other parts of the world? E.g. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9Yj8o9NYcQ

    • Claudia says:

      My loss? I thank you for your kind words but I don’t know where you have read I have lost someone. No, I haven’t lost anyone, and I am a convinced Catholic believer. I respect other Christian denominations (as any other faith), but I don’t want to change to any of them.

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  5. wildninja says:

    Thank you for spotlighting this issue. Our men and women have died to bring freedom and safety to Afghanistan, and as American Spectator’s Hal G.P. Colebatch said, they’re dying for this?

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  7. Raymond says:

    Can someone explain to me why Catholic Christians always find it necessary to state their Catholic belief? Why can’t they identify themselves as Christians?

    Red Cross tries harder than almost any other organization to be politically correct…or neutral in these matters. Not good enough! Just because a long-term former employee is a Christian is no reason to abandon same when the chips are down. Shame on the Red Cross.

    • Claudia says:

      So, you’re telling me that Anglican or Lutheran Christians do not identify themselves as Anglicans or Lutherans? Or that Orthodox Christians don’t identify as such? And above all, does that mean that they are less Christians?

      The importance here is NOT that he is a Catholic Christian or an Orthodox. The important thing is that Red Cross turned him down the minute they consider they could have problems because of his conversion.

  8. tessa says:

    your loss?………………..

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