West Response To Protection Of Saudi Youth Asylum After Exiting Islam

ISL4M.COM, TANJUNG ENIM - Saudi Arabian teenager Rahaf Mohammed al-Qonun, 18, who is now legally Canadian is finally granted asylum, after admitting to choosing apostasy (leaving Islam).

The BBC quoted Rahaf as saying that he had announced that he had quit Islam.

Announcement of granting asylum to Rahaf was made by the Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland forgetting his arrival at Toronto Pearson International Airport.

"I want to announce Rahaf as the latest Canadian citizen, he is very brave and has faced many problems and he will now return to his new home."

"It fulfills Canadian aspirations and struggles for years, defending human rights and women throughout the world," the minister added.

The story of Rahaf's escape from Saudi Arabia caught the world's attention starting with his efforts to escape to Australia from Bangkok after choosing apostasy.

Qanun was also attacked on social media for humiliating his family and preferred to leave Islam.

The Qanun's decision to leave Islam and prefer to leave the family was immediately welcomed by Western media.

Soon, Qanun even released to Toronto on Friday night after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced he would give asylum and give him some facilities.

AFP reported, Trudeau, claims, Canada often fights about human rights, especially for women, throughout the world.

"Canada will firmly uphold human rights and the rights of women throughout the world," Trudeau said. "When the UN asked us to give asylum to Al-Qunun, we agreed."

"Canada is very confident that we will defend human rights and women's rights throughout the world," Trudeau added.

Initially Rahaf was directed back to Kuwait with his family, but he refused to do so and then locked himself in his hotel room.

His actions received the attention of netizens and the #SaveRahaf campaign continued to be launched and transmitted on social media.

"When I heard Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun's open statement that he left his religion, I knew the situation would be very bad if he was sent directly to Saudi Arabia," Phil Robertson told BBC News.

"At that time, there was nothing more to ask in my mind - he needed our help."

People who leave Islam will be put to death in Saudi Arabia.

Western countries are responsive to the affairs of one person out of Islam (apostasy), while keeping silent when thousands of Muslims are persecuted in various parts of the world. Including in Palestine, Syria, Rohingnya and China.

As was the case with Meriam Yahia Ibrahim Ishag, a Sudanese woman who was cheered upon arriving in the City of Manchester, State of New Hampshire, July 2014) local time, after this woman received a death sentence in her native country
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