Abdul Rahman, the Afghani who was recently facing the death penalty for converting from Islam to Christianity, has been temporarily spared (here’s a link to the story on FoxNews.com). The case against him was dismissed. The problem is, he’s still in a country where there are a lot of people out to see the death sentence carried out, regardless of the status of the court case.
Hopefully, if Rahman decides to try to continue living in Afghanistan, he’ll be left alone. I rather expect he’ll have to relocate to a non-muslim country, rather like one Mr. Rushdie.