Fair Trials International said the amount was 0.01g.BASIC TENETS - The world and our bodies were created by an incompetent lesser God, but we contain a spark of divinity, and Jesus provided us with the knowledge to free it.The authorities claim to have discovered 0.01g of hashish in his luggage.Last night Mr Brown's brother Lee said his case "defied belief"."For that sort of amount common sense should prevail, from where it was found it was obviously something that had been crushed on the floor - it could have come from anywhere."Rastafarian Mr Brown had been returning from a short trip to Ethiopia, where one of his children lives and where he owns property.A 25-year-old Briton who was found with a similar speck in one pocket as he arrived on holiday has been awaiting sentence since November.
His family are frantic with worry and can't call him."Last night campaign group Fair Trials International advised visitors to Dubai and Abu Dhabi to "take extreme caution".
Quakers (or members of the Religious Society of Friends), participate in an "Alternative Christianity." The Society, which began in 1660, has a Christian background, but many key elements of Quaker doctrine stray from true Christianity, including Quaker approval of ecumenism, religious tolerance, and homosexuality.
The Quaker views on the divinity of Christ and inspiration of Scripture are also not consistent with God's Word.
A father-of-three who was found with a microscopic speck of cannabis stuck to the bottom of one of his shoes has been sentenced to four years in a Dubai prison.
Keith Brown, a council youth development officer, was travelling through the United Arab Emirates on his way back to England when he was stopped as he walked through Dubai's main airport.
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