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የ፬ ልጆች እናቷ ክርስቲያን እህታችን ፓኪስታንን ለቅቃ ወደ ካናዳ አመራች

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on May 8, 2019

እናትዬ እንኳን ከጅቦች መንጋጋ ነፃ ወጣሽ፤ ጀግና ክርስቲያን ማለት አንቺ ነሽ።

የጅጅጋ፣ የጅማ፣ የቡራዮ፣ የለገጣፎ፣ የከሜሴ፣ የሱልልታ እናቶችም እንዲሁ ከዋቄዮ አላህ ጅቦች መንጋጋ በቅርቡ ነፃ ይወጣሉ፣ እግዚአብሔር አምላክ በጠላቱ ላይ እሳት ያወርድበታል!!!

ታያላችሁ፤ በሃገራችን ክርስቲያኖች ያለማቋረጥ ሲታረዱና ዓብያተክርስቲያናቱ ሲቃጠሉ የዓለም መንግስታትና ሜዲያቸው ፀጥ ብለዋል፤ ምክኒያቱም ከራሳቸው የሆኑት ሥልጣን ላይ ናቸው ስለዚህ መዋረድ የለባቸውምና ነው። የኢትዮጵያ አምላክ እግዚአብሔር ግን ዝም አይልም!

ከስድስት ወር በፊት የቀረበ ቪዲዮ፦

የዚህች ምስኪን ክርስቲያን እህታችንን አስገራሚ ታሪክ ትምህርት ይሁነን።

አስያ ቢቢ ትባላለች፡ ከ 8 ዓመታት በፊት ከሙስሊም ጎረቤቶቿ ጋር የመጠጥ ውሃ ለመቅዳት ወደ አንድ ኩሬ ወረደች፤ እዚያም ክርስቲያኗ አስያ ቢቢ ለሙስሊሟ ውሃ ስታቀብላት፤ ሙስሊሟ “ክክርስቲያን እጅ ያገኘሁትን ውሃ አልጠጣም፡ ኩፋሯ በክርስቲያ እጅ አደፍርሰዋለች” በማለት ሙስሊም ጓደኞቿን ሰብስባ ትጮኽባታላች፤ ከዚያም ጉዳዩ ለፖሊስ ይቀርብና የአራት ልጆች እናቷ ክርስቲያኗ አስያ ቢቢ ትታሠራለች። ክርስቲያን በመሆኗ እና የእስልምናን አምላክ ባለመቀበሏ ለ8 ዓመታት ያህል ብርሃንን ሳታይ ታፍና በቆየችበት እስር ቤትም የሞት ፍርድ ይሰጣታል፤ አሁን ከ8 ዓመታት በኋላ፡ በአንዳንድ የክርስቲያኑ ዓለም የሰባዕዊ መብት ተሟጋች ድርጅቶችና ግለሰቦች ግፊት የፓኪስታን ከፍተኛ ፍርድ ቤት የሞት ፍርዱ እንዲሻርላትና እንድትፈታም ትዕዛዝ አስተላለፈ።

ታዲያ አሁን የዚህችን ጀግና ክርስቲያን መፈታት ዜና ፓኪስታናውያን መንገድ ላይ ወጥተው ደስታቸውን በመግለጽ ፋንታ፤ አሁን ሙስሊሞቹ “ክርስቲያኑ አስያ ቢቢ ትገደል፡ የለቀቋት ዳኞችም ይገደሉ!“ በማለት በፓኪስታን ከተሞች አደባባዮችና መንገዶች ላይ የተለመደውን ረብሻና ብጥብጥ በመፍጠር ላይ ናቸው።

ዓለም የእኛ፣ የእኛና የእኛ ብቻ ነች!” የሚሉት እነዚህ አረመኔዎች የእስልምና ውጤት ናቸው፤ የእስልምና አምላክ እና ነብይ ምሕረት የሚባል ነገር አያውቁምይሰቀል! ይገደል! ብቻ እንጂ።

ዓለማችንን ከእነዚህ አስቀያሚ የዲያብሎስ ልጆች ጋር መጋራታችን የሚያሳዝን ነው! ወስላታው የም ዕራቡ ዓለም እንደ እስያ ቢቢ ለመሳሰሉት ተበዳይ ክርስቲያኖች ጥገኝነት እንደመስጠት በብዙ ሚሊየን ለሚቆጠሩ በዳይ መሀመዳውያን በሩን ከፍተውላቸዋል። ግብዝ ዓለም!

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Pakistan Sentences Two Christians to Death for Blasphemy

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 17, 2018

A Pakistani court has sentenced two Christians in Punjab to death for the crime of blasphemy, following their arrest in 2015.

The two brothers, Qaisar and Amoon Ayub, were accused in 2011 of posting material offensive to Islam on their website, and subsequently sent to the Jhelum prison in Lahore in 2015. Qaisar testified that he had shut down the offending website in 2009 but that a Muslim acquaintance of his, Shahryar Gill, had resurrected the site keeping the copyright in Qaisar’s name.

On December 13, Judge Javed Iqbal Bosal heard the case in the Jhelum prison for security reason, and there declared the brothers guilty and sentenced them to death. The men are both married and Qaisar is the father of three children.

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Nightmare of the Christian Mother Locked up in Pakistan for Blasphemy was Paraded through the Streets with a Noose around Her Neck and Savagely Beaten in Court

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 25, 2018

Nightmare of the Christian mother that Britain refuses to give sanctuary to:

  • Asia Bibi, 52, is in hiding having been threatened with death after her release
  • She is accused of blasphemy in her native Pakistan and faces being lynched
  • Following her release, there were angry scenes on the streets of her village
  • Asia has been offered £3,000 in cash to convert from Catholicism to Islam

Asia Bibi may have escaped the hangman, but her freedom comes with a heavy price. Today, when she should be reunited with her five children, she is being hunted across Pakistan, forced to scuttle under cover of darkness from one safe house to another in fear of her life.

It is a desperate situation – and one not helped by Britain which refuses to offer the mother-of-five sanctuary.

Last month the Supreme Court in Pakistan decided that Asia, 52, who spent eight years on death row, had been falsely accused of blasphemy against the Prophet Mohammed. While most of the country erupted in fury at her release, nowhere did the anger burn more fiercely than in her home village of Ittan Wali, 40 miles south-east of Lahore, where her extraordinary ordeal began. Following news of her reprieve, women took to the streets to protest, a bus was torched and children ran riot.

Until now, beyond a few sketchy details, little about Asia’s persecution has been forthcoming. But last week The Mail on Sunday travelled to Ittan Wali and interviewed key witnesses, spoke to Asia’s trusted friends and unearthed court documents. What emerged was a story far more shocking than previously imagined.

Our investigation can reveal that, on the day she was seized by villagers and accused of blasphemy:

  • Asia was paraded through her village with a leather noose around her neck;

  • A baying mob beat her with sticks during a ‘court’ hearing;

  • Villagers smeared her face with black ink to humiliate her;

  • She was promised her life would be spared only if she converted to Islam;

  • Her life was saved when a schoolteacher rescued her only minutes from death.

Asia’s forefathers have lived in Ittan Wali since before the formation of Pakistan in 1947. For decades, they have been the only Christians among 300 Muslim families.

The village is wholly unremarkable – a collection of mud brick single-storey houses and dirt tracks skirted by open sewers – but it was home to Asia. And although she was frequently harassed and entreated to convert to Islam, she refused to budge.

She lived with her husband, Ashiq Masih, and two stepdaughters, one stepson, and two daughters of her own in a single room mud brick house.

Back in 2009, Asia’s husband was working as a labourer in a local brick kiln. But with four children to feed – the couple’s eldest daughter was married – Asia often worked as a farmhand to bring in extra money.

At dawn on June 14, Asia and 25 other women went to work picking falsa berries, similar to blackcurrants, in a field owned by the village’s richest man Muhammad Idrees. She was paid 250 rupees (£1.50) a day.

That morning was a Sunday, so her husband had no work. She left the house quietly, with Ashiq, now 62, and the four children fast asleep on the large bed they all shared.

At midday, when the baking Punjab heat reached 110F (43C), Asia went to a nearby hand pump and returned with a bucket of water to share with her colleagues and a tin cup. Two sisters, Asma Bibi and Mafia Bibi (who aren’t related to Asia), turned on her, saying: ‘This cup was intended for Muslims, why did you take the water from it?’

They said she had made the water impure, because she was ‘chura’, a derogatory term which means ‘low-caste’, used for Christians.

The two sisters then urged Asia to convert to Islam, so she wouldn’t be chura any more – typical of the religious harassment she faced in Ittan Wali all her life.

For once, instead of remaining meekly silent, Asia stood her ground. She said she would not convert, and asked why she, not her co-workers, should change religion.

It has been claimed that she disparaged the Prophet Mohammed during the heated discussion that followed. She emphatically denies this – and insists the allegations were invented to frame her.

If so, it is a scenario familiar to many of the nearly three million Christians in Pakistan, out of a total population of 165 million. The blasphemy laws, it is widely acknowledged, have long been used against them, not as a system of organised persecution, but simply as a way of settling petty disputes.

After the row, Asia ran back home crying and told Ashiq what had happened. He told her not to worry, and he seemed to be correct as there were no further incidents for the next five days.

But on Friday, the Muslim religious day, Asia returned to work in the falsa fields, unaware that a mile away, the village imam, Qari Muhammad Salaam, was stirring up the villagers by announcing on the mosque loudspeakers that she had committed blasphemy.

The first she was aware of any trouble was hearing a low rumble of voices, then the terrifying chant: ‘Kill the Christian!’

She realised the men were coming for her and soon they appeared on a ridge. She had nowhere to run. In a panic, she stumbled, dizzy with fear, and a minute or so later felt hands roughly grab her arms and shoulders while another man fitted a leather noose around her neck.

Hauled to her feet, she was paraded back to the village – led by the leather strap – and taken to a courtyard in the house of the village leader, where more than 100 people had gathered, including imams from neighbouring villages. It seemed that a makeshift sharia court was being convened.

The village imam was flanked by the two sisters and Asia was flung at his feet. He told her: ‘You’ve made derogatory remarks about our Prophet. You know what happens to people who insult the Prophet. You can redeem yourself by accepting Islam.’

Asia protested her innocence and said she did not want to convert. At this, the crowd became increasingly hostile and began jeering and spitting. Asia was then whipped with sticks and sandals. Then, in a form of ritual humiliation, someone smeared her face with black dye while others held her down.

One of Asia’s daughters tried to intervene but was grabbed by her hair and her face smashed against a door. Another daughter, Isham, then nine, could only watch, terrified and powerless.

At one point Asia begged for water but the crowd shouted: ‘No water for the Christian dog.’ Another voice added: ‘Drink urine!’

Then little Isham ran off to look for water and summon her father, who was out working.

By now Asia was badly bleeding and semi-conscious. But when her husband reached the village, he was held back by the mob. Fearing he would be killed, he ran away.

Witnesses said it was clear that villagers would have killed Asia but for the intervention of a teacher who argued that she should be handed to police.

Two officers arrived 45 minutes later and she was taken away and formally charged with blasphemy.

Two days later, Joseph Francis, of the Centre for Legal Aid Assistance and Settlement, a Christian group in Lahore, went to Ittan Wali to investigate.

Villagers told him that Asma and Mafia, previously friends of Asia, were told to argue with her as a way of forcing her to either flee her home or convert to Islam. When The Mail on Sunday visited Ittan Wali last week, we found her house was occupied by another family.

And from the moment of our arrival, our every move was shadowed. It later emerged that villagers had been instructed to tip off police about any Western visitors.

We headed to the imam’s house, next to the mosque. A group of men in their early twenties followed our reporters and stood close by, staring, as we waited for the imam to answer the door. Eventually, a middle-aged man, dressed in a blue shalwar kameez, appeared and walked us to the mosque.

Instructed to sit down on a mat in a courtyard, whose marble floors were caked with dirt, we waited for the imam to appear.

When he joined us he appeared friendly, offering tea and water, though his demeanour changed when Asia’s case was mentioned. He seemed angry at Asia’s reprieve and warned ominously: ‘Everybody is prepared to sacrifice their lives for the respect of the Holy Prophet.’

After Asia was charged with blasphemy, she was transferred to jail in the town of Sheikhupura, about 27 miles away.

In November 2010, she was sentenced to death by hanging in a 30-minute hearing at a court in the town, with no cross-examination of any witnesses. The court erupted with joy as she was sentenced.

The decision was upheld by Lahore High Court in 2014. In her written testimony, Asia insisted that the sisters and the imam conspired in a ‘false, fabricated and fictitious case against me’.

She added: ‘I offered my oath to police on the Bible that I had never passed such derogatory and shameful remarks. I have great respect to [sic] the Holy Prophet as well as the Holy Koran.’

Last month, the Supreme Court acquitted Asia after finding inconsistencies in the evidence of key witnesses, including Asma and Mafia Bibi, and the imam. The judgment said that there was a ‘feast of falsehood’ in their claims.

Joseph Nadim, a friend and guardian of Asia’s family, said that Britain should accept Asia as an asylum seeker, as there is a real danger against her life.

Mr Nadim said: ‘If she stays here longer, she will be killed. I am disappointed that they [the British Government] have not offered her asylum.’

Such is their fear for their safety, Asia’s youngest two daughters wear a niqab veil when they go out so they are not recognised. Isham, 19, and Isha, 23, have previously had to flee a restaurant after being jeered at by other diners.

Because of safety concerns, none of her family were in court in Islamabad to see her freed last month, instead holing up in Lahore.

Mr Nadim recalled that, after the court hearing, he drove to be with them, but got stranded as rioters blockaded all the highways.

I had a cross hanging in my car, but I took it down and put it in my pocket. The family were constantly calling me to know if I was OK. I finally made it back.’

Despite the Supreme Court ruling, Asia was still not free to leave the country, as a petition by Qari Salaam was immediately filed against the judgment, demanding that it be reversed on the grounds it was ‘erroneous’.

Pakistan could now face more riots when the petition comes to court, which could be as early as this week. The issue has torn the country apart and two politicians who supported Asia have been assassinated. Punjab governor Salman Taseer was killed by his own bodyguard in January 2011. Three months later, Shahbaz Bhatti, the Minister for Minorities, himself a Christian, was killed by militants.

Choudhury Ranjeet Lal, chief of the village of Youngsonabad, five miles from Ittan Wali and where Asia used to go to church, warned : ‘Asia should leave the country as soon as possible, because if they can kill politicians who defended her, they can easily kill her. The longer she stays, the more likely she will be killed.’

Asia was even kept in solitary confinement on death row because fellow inmates wanted to kill her.

Mr Nadim said that Asia would tell him every Easter when he visited that she had forgiven her accusers. ‘She would say whoever did her wrong, “I must forgive them, and I will not say anything wrong for them ever. This is the teaching of Christ.” ’

While on death row, Asia was offered as much as 500,000 Pakistani rupees [almost £3,000], a huge sum for a farmhand, to convert from Catholicism to Islam with the promise that the charges against her would be dropped.

But she refused, said Mr Nadim, because of her unshakeable Christian faith.

He added: ‘Her faith in God made her strong and stronger. Now she wants to celebrate Christmas with her family in the open air, with sunlight and fresh air. Her children celebrated Christmas with her in prison before, but they could not hug her or kiss her.’

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Muslims Attack And Burn Down Christian School In Pakistan

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Released Pakistan Christian Asia Bibi On Way To Netherlands’

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 8, 2018

Asia Bibi, the Christian woman who spent eight years on death row in Pakistan, was reportedly on her way to The Netherlands after her release from jail following a recent acquittal of blasphemy.

Bibi’s lawyer Saif-ul-Malook, who already fled to The Netherlands, confirmed reports about her release on Wednesday, November 8, through a Dutch-based foundation helping persecuted Christians.

Dutch officials declined to confirm or deny reports that she was on her way to the European nation. But witnesses in Islamabad earlier saw Pakistani army units near the prison where she was released and an airport in Multan.

Sources said an ambassador from The Netherlands came to accompany Bibi. Several reports said that she and her family are on a plane.

In the Netherlands, the Christian party ChristenUnie (ChristianUnion) welcomed her release. “The release of Asia Bibi is excellent news,” said ChristianUnion Parliamentarian Joël Voordewind in a statement.

PRAYING FOR BIBI

“In the last days, months, years we have been praying for her and today we can give thanks. Now the most important thing is that

Asia Bibi finds safety,” he added.

“Where the Netherlands can do something for her, we must do so. After that, it is important to boost the pressure on Pakistan further to abolish the life-threatening blasphemy laws for Christians.”

Bibi, a farm worker, was convicted of blasphemy in 2010 after she reportedly told Muslim colleagues that Jesus Christ is alive and attempted to drink from the same well as other workers.

Besides “insulting Prophet Muhammad” she was accused “of contaminating” the well by Muslims. It prompted her detention and death sentence, which was finally overturned by a court last week.

Voordewind said that Bibi’s difficulties underscore “the fragile position of Christians and other minorities in large parts of the world.”

Bibi’s expected arrival in The Netherlands came after her husband Ashiq Masih appealed for asylum as angry Muslim mobs demanded her execution.

‘EXTENDING ASYLUM CRUCIAL’

However, Wilson Chowdhry, who leads the British Pakistani Christian Association told BosNewsLife that asylum would have to extend to Bibi’s family and other supporters.

“We call on world leaders to take a stand for truth and justice and open their doors for asylum to Asia Bibi, her entire family, and also the family of Joseph Nadeem their longtime guardian,” he said.

“With the acquittal of blasphemy victim Asia Bibi, it may have been easy to forget that blasphemy laws continue to exist and be supported by the Pakistani government with the full weight of the death penalty.”

The advocacy official stressed that “Timely asylum is desperately needed not only for the family of Asia Bibi but many others who could still suffer extra-judicial killing or prosecution by the state for blasphemy allegations.”

It was unclear in what country Bibi’s family would eventually settle. Her husband had appealed for help from leaders of the United States, Britain, and Canada, countries which have large Pakistani communities.

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‘Living in Straight Terror’: Asia Bibi’s Family Seeks Asylum in West as Mobs Demand Her Death

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 2, 2018

The family of Asia Bibi, a Christian mother acquitted of blasphemy in Pakistan Wednesday after nearly a decade on death row, is “living in straight terror” and seeking a Western country to grant expedited asylum in the face of violent protests calling for her death, the chairman of a charity aiding Christians in the country told Breitbart News on Thursday.

Asia Bibi has suffered enough, she just needs a country willing to rub away any bureaucracy,” Wilson Chowdhry, the head of the British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA), explained, adding that Bibi herself is “totally terrified,” and her family – her husband, three adult children, and two dependent children – are currently beginning the asylum process.

Embassies take days and sometimes months to process asylum requests, however, and Chowdhry noted that, given the amount of animosity against Bibi, she may not have that much time before someone attempts to kill her.

To prevent a mob killing, Chowdhry told Breitbart News, the family is requesting that a Western country “remove protocol and just accept them for asylum in the next two days.” He notes that, given the thousands-strong protests demanding her death in Pakistan, her case is an exceptional one with little need to prove she is in danger because of her religion.

The BPCA has launched a petition demanding asylum for Bibi and her family.

The family wishes to go to the West, he added, because outside of the region, Christian persecution is sadly all too common, and her decade-long struggle for freedom is internationally known. Near Pakistan, nations like Afghanistan, India, China, and Iran have extensive histories of persecuting Christians.

Bibi, a Roman Catholic, was arrested in 2009 after a dispute with Muslim colleagues, who accused her of tainting a cup of water by drinking from it as a Christian. The prosecution against Bibi alleged that she responded to abuse from her colleagues by insulting Islam’s Muhammad, a crime carrying the death penalty in Pakistan. She was found guilty and sentenced to hanging in 2010 and remained on death row until Wednesday.

On Wednesday, Pakistan’s Supreme Court acquitted Bibi, asserting the witnesses who testified to her blasphemy had lied and, by using Islam to defame others, had committed their own crime of blasphemy. Chowdhry told Breitbart News that Bibi remains in prison while the bureaucratic process to formalize her release occurs.

In response to the ruling, thousands of Islamists, most of the radical Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan Party (TLP), took to the streets of Islamabad and other major cities demanding her death and the death of the three judges who freed her. Many schools across the country shut down amid roadblocks and violence in the streets:

Experts on religious persecution who spoke to Breitbart News agreed that, in this climate, Asia Bibi’s life remains in imminent danger.

I definitely agree that Asia Bibi is not safe in Pakistan, nor her family … nor any of the Christians in Pakistan (or those brave Supreme Court Justices) at this point!” Faith McDonnell, international religious liberty director for the Institute on Religion and Democracy, told Breitbart News. “Yes, Asia, her husband, and their children should definitely leave the country, and the U.S. SHOULD offer asylum. This is the perfect example of who SHOULD get asylum! An extremely credible fear of persecution, since the Islamist jihadists have sworn to kill her.”

Now that Asia is free, it’s up to other nations, especially in the West, to offer her and her family asylum. In this current environment, she wouldn’t last a week in Pakistan,” Most Rev. Joseph D’Souza, founder of Dignity Freedom Network, a group that advocates for marginalized groups in South Asia, told Breitbart News. “Her safety has now become an international humanitarian issue, and the world must respond to it.”

In the greater scheme of things, Asia Bibi’s case is a reminder that the West must press for reciprocal religious tolerance in its foreign policy,” he continued. “How is it possible for Muslim sheiks from the Middle East and Asia to travel freely to the United States and practice and propagate their faith, yet Christians back in their home countries cannot even meet in public?”

The Associated Press reported that France and Spain have offered Bibi asylum, while some reports named Canada as a potential new home for her. Some human right advocates in India have begun pressuring their country to allow her in, as well. As of press time, reports have not yet mentioned the United States as a final destination at press time.

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በእስልምና ምሕረት የለም | የ፬ ልጆች እናቷ ክርስቲያን እህታችን ከእሥር ቤት በመወጣቷ ሙስሊሞች አበዱ

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የዚህች ምስኪን ክርስቲያን እህታችንን አስገራሚ ታሪክ ትምህርት ይሁነን።

አስያ ቢቢ ትባላለች፡ ከ 8 ዓመታት በፊት ከሙስሊም ጎረቤቶቿ ጋር የመጠጥ ውሃ ለመቅዳት ወደ አንድ ኩሬ ወረደች፤ እዚያም ክርስቲያኗ አስያ ቢቢ ለሙስሊሟ ውሃ ስታቀብላት፤ ሙስሊሟ “ክክርስቲያን እጅ ያገኘሁትን ውሃ አልጠጣም፡ ኩፋሯ በክርስቲያ እጅ አደፍርሰዋለች” በማለት ሙስሊም ጓደኞቿን ሰብስባ ትጮኽባታላች፤ ከዚያም ጉዳዩ ለፖሊስ ይቀርብና የአምስት ልጆች እናቷ ክርስቲያኗ አስያ ቢቢ ትታሠራለች። ክርስቲያን በመሆኗ እና የእስልምናን አምላክ ባለመቀበሏ ለ8 ዓመታት ያህል ብርሃንን ሳታይ ታፍና በቆየችበት እስር ቤትም የሞት ፍርድ ይሰጣታል፤ አሁን ከ8 ዓመታት በኋላ፡ በአንዳንድ የክርስቲያኑ ዓለም የሰባዕዊ መብት ተሟጋች ድርጅቶችና ግለሰቦች ግፊት የፓኪስታን ከፍተኛ ፍርድ ቤት የሞት ፍርዱ እንዲሻርላትና እንድትፈታም ትዕዛዝ አስተላለፈ።

ታዲያ አሁን የዚህችን ጀግና ክርስቲያን መፈታት ዜና ፓኪስታናውያን መንገድ ላይ ወጥተው ደስታቸውን በመግለጽ ፋንታ፤ አሁን ሙስሊሞቹ “ክርስቲያኑ አስያ ቢቢ ትገደል፡ የለቀቋት ዳኞችም ይገደሉ!“ በማለት በፓኪስታን ከተሞች አደባባዮችና መንገዶች ላይ የተለመደውን ረብሻና ብጥብጥ በመፍጠር ላይ ናቸው።

ዓለም የእኛ፣ የእኛና የእኛ ብቻ ነች!” የሚሉት እነዚህ አረመኔዎች የእስልምና ውጤት ናቸው፤ የእስልምና አምላክ እና ነብይ ምሕረት የሚባል ነገር አያውቁምይሰቀል! ይገደል! ብቻ እንጂ።

ዓለማችንን ከእነዚህ አስቀያሚ የዲያብሎስ ልጆች ጋር መጋራታችን የሚያሳዝን ነው! ወስላታው የም ዕራቡ ዓለም እንደ እስያ ቢቢ ለመሳሰሉት ተበዳይ ክርስቲያኖች ጥገኝነት እንደመስጠት በብዙ ሚሊየን ለሚቆጠሩ በዳይ መሀመዳውያን በሩን ከፍተውላቸዋል። ግብዝ ዓለም!

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