Well done to Anne Widdecombe for raising the issue in Prime Minister's Questions of Samar Razavi, the Iranian woman who is due to be deported later today back to Iran, where she has been sentenced to death by stoning for abandoning Islam and converting to Christianity. The Bishop of Winchester, the Rt Rev Michael Scott-Joynt, has also joined the campaign to save Samar, saying "It is deeply inhuman and wrong to send her back. I am in no doubt that she is in real danger if the Home Office send her back. I hope they see sense and don't deport her."
This is yet another test of whether the Government will take a stand for religious freedom let's hope that this time they rise to the occasion, or Samar's blood will be on their hands.
For more on the issue of apostasy and Islam, see Obama, Islam & The West