I don’t know her. But I stand up for her, because I have recently learned she is to be stoned to death for adultery in Iran. You can read about this horrifying situation here:
Ashtiani was originally condemned to 99 lashes, a sentence which was carried out in front of her 17-year-old son. Now, after re-examining her case, Iranian authorities have decided she should also be stoned to death.
To be clear, these maniacs want to throw rocks at this woman’s head until her brains are dashed out.
Treating people like this is evil. Regimes that do such things must be exposed, rattled and, at times, replaced. And in countries fortunate enough not to be subject to such brutality, we ought to recalibrate our priorities from cozy concerns like reality shows and “climate change” to the plight of our fellow human beings.
This struggle is cultural, psychological, military, and economic. Most of all, it is a test of wills. Do we have the strength to call evil by its name and resist, or will we fumble about and find reasons not to until it’s too late?
I pray it is not too late. For her life first and foremost, but also for ours if we fail to stand up against evil when called.
Update: Apparently they may not stone her. Though she still could be executed.by