Pastor Nadarkhani is accused of trying to convert people to Christianaity, and has been sentenced to death if he will not renounce his Christian faith. Nadarkhani has refused to do so, even to save his life, and it is expected that he will be executed Fri, 9/29.
Apple has a need to address the encroaching competition from the Droid series of smart phones, hence the projected Feb 23 launch of iPhones with Verizon.
Recently the gay-sex community has pressured Apple into rejecting the Manhattan Declaration app, which it had originally accepted as containing no objectionable content.
Many gays find the Biblical restrictions on sexual activity to be offensive, and Apple has complied with their demands. The Manhattan app has been resubmitted with 47,000 signatories petitioning for its distribution, and rejected a second time.
The Android operating system and Droid Line of phones work just fine, and supports many thousands of great apps. The most significant app producers are using both platforms for their wares. Android’s platform is open source, and more accessible to programmers.
Pharmer operates the original Droid, and more than one Ipod touch, and is fairly familiar with both markets.
If you subscribe to the Christian teachings on the issues of the sanctity of human life and its generation, you might wish to let Apple know that you’ll stick with your Droid, unless they cease their specific suppression of Christian teaching on these issues, while continuing to host opposing viewpoints.