That isn't what I said at all, if you're bound and determined to disagree, at least disagree with something I actually said (or wrote). Once again, your main point seems to be to tell me what I can and cannot say. And you are the only person in this thread assuming such a stance. If you want to criticize your neighbor for letting his dog crap on your lawn, while your dog is crapping on his, have at it. You have every right to do exactly that. Just don't expect to be taken all that seriously.
First, say whatever you want, but be prepared to be called out on bullshit. And while I respect you, so far, you're full of shit on this issue.
You're missing this no matter how many times I say it - there's not an Apples to Apples comparison to be made between this hideous Afghani law and anything transpiring in the U.S. Period. That's a specious (actually, it's a stupid) argument. If this is your only reason for not condemning the Afghani government's abhorrent attempt at justifying primal behavior, you're now free to cast stones.
The fragile feelings of those reading here aside, there's no hypocrisy on the part of any law-abiding American (or indeed, law-abiding residents of most countries) in calling out the Afghans and the Shiite Muslims to whom the Sunni Muslim majority is pandering for their folly.
Incidentally, 99% of Afghanistan is Muslim according to the CIA World Fact Book, just so we can put this "what's it got to do with Islam" bullshit to bed.