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#1 Droghon



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Posted 08 March 2007 - 07:37 PM

Most Muslim nations and a few Christian nations still have, and enforce, the death penalty for Witchcraft.

In many additional nations, especially in Africa, it is not unknown for Christian or Islamic mobs to kill those accused of Witchcraft without legal authority (in many cases the accused may simply be independent or smart women).

In many nations in the world it is still common to find discrimination against Witches in education, housing, employment, and other activities, even if such discrimination is against the law. Sometimes it is the police, judges,
or other government officials engaging in illegal discrimination against Witches.

Please be aware of this if you are browsing this site from any country which may have this sort of religious or secular outlook. You may be putting your life in danger, or at the very least opening yourself up to abuse and intolerance.

Droghon (or Brian)

I know nothing, I seek everything.

Words of a wise woman .. "OMFG stop being an utter newb and start acting like a proper witch who knows what they are talking about!"