Nominate Now. HONOR UMAR MULINDE, Persecuted Christian, Ex-Muslim. Nominate him for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Nominate Now Umar Mulinde for the Nobel Peace Prize
 

Nominate Now. HONOR UMAR MULINDE,
Persecuted Christian Pastor, Ex-Muslim,
Acid Burned, Strong in His Faith.
Nominate him for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Umar Mulinde for the Nobel Peace Prize


So many people want to do something,
but are too afraid to do it.

Umar Mulinde acted.

In the face of a danger he knew was real,
he acted.

He converted to Christianity.

But this petition is not about religion.

And this petition is not about holding
hold up his choice
as better than the choice of
another religion or of no religion.

It's about the courage to act
on one's conviction.

Despite danger.

It's about bravery.

Umar Mulinde spoke and speaks his truth.

Not only about religion.

In a world loud with voices raised against Israel,
he spoke out for Israel, strongly and clearly.

He speaks his convictions.

And he speaks not for violence,
but for truth and peace.

He speaks from the heart and the head.


Will he get nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize,
let along ever receive it?
It's not likely.

When the petition was initially launched
in late 2012, it only managed to get
1012 signatures.


I started the petition when I heard his story,
which was at the same time as Malala,
a Muslim girl in Pakistan,
was shot by other Muslims for getting an education.

There was tremendous support for Malala.

I understood it.
She was so much the kind of Muslim
that people in the West
wanted to see as "the true Muslim,"
vs those they wanted to see as
"those nasty hijackers of Islam."
She was the way people in the West
wished all Muslims were.

She was the kind of Muslim
that goes with the frequent Islamic claim
that Islam is a religion of peace.

The petition for the nomination of Umar Mulinde
closed in 2013 with 1,012 signatures.

On August 26, 2015, I re-opened it.

CLICK HERE FOR THE PETITION,


Time has passed.

Maybe now more people will listen.

Anyhow, good to gather
the people who believe:
HONOR UMAR MULINDE.


Most important, please REGISTER
so I can stay in touch with you
about further efforts to honor Umar Mulinde,
and about efforts on behalf of those
suffering from Islamic persecution worldwide.

 

 




Nominate Now. HONOR UMAR MULINDE,
Persecuted Christian Pastor,
Ex-Muslim, Acid Burned, Strong in His Faith.
Nominate him for the Nobel Peace Prize.



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Elsa
Elsa Schieder, Truth Sleuth
started
the petition


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on honoring
Umar Mulinde


In short,
I heard about
Umar Mulinde and
started a petition
to honor him.

I've had
a lifelong concern
with human rights,
with ethics, and
with enabling our
flourishing
in this amazing world
which we should
be gardening
with love.


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Nominate Now.
Honor Umar Mulinde with
the Nobel Peace Prize.
Persecuted Christian.
A Man of True Courage.



To go to the petition to nominate now
Umar Mulinde, click here.
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