Afghanistan's Constitution Creates Death Penalties for Religious Freedom
'When Ahmad Ghawas Zalmi worked with a cleric from a Kabul mosque to produce 1, 000 pocket-sized copies of the Quran in the Afghan language known as Dari, he probably was not expecting to end up facing execution for his efforts. But that's exactly what happened to the former Afghan government official: when Islamic clerics saw his version of the Quran in 2007-which had been translated from the original Arabic--they accused Zalmai of modifying the holy book, a crime punishable by death.'
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