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  • Blogger facing deportation to Pakistan

    Posted by Ralf Goergens on September 9th, 2006 (All posts by )

    Via Captain’s Quarters:

    Issac Schr�dinger of the Liberty and Justice Blog currently is fighting deportation from Canada to his native country of Pakistan.

    His coblogger Michael van der Galien writes that

    As all of you who have read (some of) his articles will know, Isaac is very critical about radical Islam. He witnessed the results of a culture of radical Islam, he saw the effects of this ideology of hatred and ignorance, how people are forced to live, first-hand. As a result, he understands that Muslim extremists do not just pose a threat to the West, but also to every single person living in ‘Muslim countries’.

    As a result, it should be obvious to anyone with any basic knowledge about this subject, it is not exactly safe for him, an apostate, to live in a country in which Muslim extremists have quite some power. He came from Pakistan, was educated in Saudi Arabia, later in the United States and now lives in Canada.

    He is currently involved in the battle of his life: in January 2007 one judge will decide whether he should be granted refugee status in Canada or be deported to Pakistan.

    (Emphasis mine).

    Isaac’s hearing with the Canadian authorities has been scheduled for January 2007.

    Michael goes on to say that

    You can help. If you have links to relevant article about the treatment of apostates / not-good-Muslims / etc. in Pakistan or just want to show Isaac your support, please use the e-mail button at his blog, drop it off in one of the comment sections at his blog and or just leave a link or even simply a word of support in the comment section here.

    So if you have any knowledge to share with Isaac please do so or support him any other way you can.


    2 Responses to “Blogger facing deportation to Pakistan”

    1. b Says:

      i made some suggestions over there…

    2. Ralf Goergens Says:


      I mailed him some stuff myself.