Pakistan: Doctors Kill, Torture Christian for Demanding Care for Pregnant Sister

The religion of peace strkes again…

Pakistan: Doctors Kill, Torture Christian for Demanding Care for Pregnant Sister:

Doctors and security personnel at a hospital in Pakistan reportedly killed and tortured a Christian man with medical scissors and scalpels and seriously injured two other Christians who survived the ordeal, triggered when they demanded care for their pregnant family member.

The British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA), which tracks cases of Christian persecution, identified the wounded victims as Anil Saleem, a brother of the pregnant woman, and the woman’s husband Kashif Shafeeq.

Sunil Saleem, the 28-year-old brother of pregnant Kiran Saleem, succumbed to his injuries.

Kiran reportedly went to the hospital in Lahore for a scheduled appointment.

Kiran’s sister Mehwish told BPCA:

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Austria: Pastor:”Clear anti-Christian attack” Another attack on a church took place. Even a portrait of Jesus was set aflame. Ashes were scattered and the cross at the altar was knocked over.

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CPAC Panel: ‘It’s Time to Call’ Persecution of Christians in Middle East ‘Genocide’

CPAC Panel: ‘It’s Time to Call’ Persecution of Christians in Middle East ‘Genocide’:

OXON HILL, MD – Years of persecution has left the Middle East’s once-thriving Christian population at odds for survival as what is being described as a “genocide” of the followers of Jesus Christ threatens to eradicate them.

During a panel titled “Save the Persecuted Christians” at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in the Gaylord National Resort and Conference Center in Maryland, Dr. Jerry Johnson, President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Religious Broadcasters, who moderated the event, said, “We’re going to reach less than three percent Christian population in the Middle East in less than 10 years down from 13 percent about 100 years ago.”

He said, “This is the cradle, the birthplace of Christianity and now we are down to four percent.” He added his belief that the only word that can be used to describe this catastrophe is “genocide.”

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Hungary’s PM: Islam is advancing and Christianity is Europe’s last hope

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Egypt: Muslims who attacked church get no jail time, Christian fined $20,383 for unlicensed church

Egypt: Muslims who attacked church get no jail time, Christian fined $20,383 for unlicensed church:

Islamic law forbids Christians to build new churches: “The subject peoples … are forbidden to build new churches.” (Reliance of the Traveller, o11.5). Islamic law also forbids Christians to repair old ones. And so in this case, the Muslims who attacked the church get off scot-free, while the Christian who set up the unlicensed church is fined.

Why does the al-Sisi regime allow this glaring double standard, even as it has pledged to protect Egypt’s Christians? Either al-Sisi cannot stop this ongoing Muslim persecution of Christians, or he will not. If he cannot, then he is a weak and ineffective ruler. If he will not, it may be that he is practicing steam control, as did Nasser, Sadat and Mubarak before him. That is, despite his affirmations of support for the Christian community, he could be quietly allowing this escalating Muslim persecution as a way to placate the pro-Muslim Brotherhood elements within Egypt, and to keep them from turning in force against his regime.

Meanwhile, Christian leaders in the West largely remain silent about this ongoing persecution, so as not to harm the “dialogue” they’re enjoying with Muslim leaders that has thus far not prevented one Christian from being persecuted or one church from being attacked.

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