Trapped by Religion in Afghanistan

I am an existentialist and an atheist – so much so that I suspect that people I have known for years are afraid to tell me that they attend the church of their choice. So as one whose approach to organized religion is often sarcasm, the capture and metered executions in Afghanistan of a bunch of naïve Korean Christian aid workers ought to leave me pretty much unmoved. It does not.

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