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August 24, 1996 | From Religion News Service
Hussein Qambar Ali, a Christian convert from Islam who was convicted of apostasy in Kuwait earlier this year, fled to the United States last week and is deciding whether to seek religious asylum here. Hussein, who has taken the Christian name Robert, arrived in the United States last Saturday and was taken to an undisclosed location by representatives of the human rights group Christian Solidarity International-USA, said the organization's president, Jim Jacobson.
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August 24, 1996 | From Religion News Service
Hussein Qambar Ali, a Christian convert from Islam who was convicted of apostasy in Kuwait earlier this year, fled to the United States last week and is deciding whether to seek religious asylum here. Hussein, who has taken the Christian name Robert, arrived in the United States last Saturday and was taken to an undisclosed location by representatives of the human rights group Christian Solidarity International-USA, said the organization's president, Jim Jacobson.
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November 3, 2001 | ANN M. SIMMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mputumi Ahmed Stulweni says he knows the Koran from cover to cover. He goes to mosque each Friday. He adheres to the teachings of Islam and considers himself a servant of God. But although Stulweni sees himself as fully Muslim, the 35-year-old graduate student says that, as a black South African, he feels marginalized within his religion. Since the Sept.
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