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14-Year-Old Christian Girl From Pakistan Granted Asylum In Canada After Being Framed For A Crime She Did Not Commit And Facing The Death Penalty

June 30, 2013

Rimsha Masih

14-year-old Pakistani girl, Rimsha Masih, has been granted asylum in Canada, after her neighbor lied to officials stating she had burned the pages of the Islamic book the Qu’ran, making her eligible for execution. After death threats and arrest, Masih was found to be innocent. The Canadian government has graciously granted Masih and her family asylum in Canada, where they have begun a new life. Compendius wishes the Masih family the very best. May God be with you always.

Malala Yousufzai has been granted asylum in Britain, after the Taliban tried to murder the young Muslim woman for seeking an education

Rimsha is now going to school in Canada, something forbidden by terrorists groups in Pakistan, who also tried to murder 15-year-old Malala Yousufzai for seeking an education. Everyone in society should be free to pursue an education. Women are not property, but people entitled to human rights.

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Leaving The KKK Behind

December 31, 2009

 

God can change anyone for the better. Former KKK hate group member, Richard Harris, left the organization, touched by the grace of God, compelling his heart to make a change. Today he in an author and pastor of the Living Hope Community Church in Lakeland.

The Bible says of Jesus, “Whosoever calls upon the name of the Lord will be saved” – meaning through faith in Jesus and changing one’s unethical ways, salvation can be obtained. It is a guarantee that when this life is over, you will go to heaven forever in the next one.

Gospel Delivers Lakeland Pastor From KKK to God

Last Modified: Saturday, December 19, 2009 at 11:14 p.m. – Richard Harris, pastor of Living Hope Community Church in Lakeland, wrote “One Nation Under Curse” about his days as a member of the KKK in Indiana and how he was called to his religious faith.

The photo shows a skinny, shaggy-haired teenager with huge 1970s-era glasses. He’s wearing a white satin robe and on it is the insignia of the Ku Klux Klan.

The Rev. Richard C. Harris shakes his head slightly. “It’s hard to believe it was really me because I don’t have those beliefs anymore,” he said…

Harris, pastor of Living Hope Community Church in Lakeland, has been out of the Klan for more than 30 years now. He has been speaking out against the Klan and its racism for a long time, but he just published a book about his years in the KKK, “One Nation Under Curse,” which has landed him guest appearances on numerous nationally syndicated radio talk shows.

The “curse” he refers to – a word employed by the Klan with pride – is racism. With the election of Barack Obama as president, some might think that racism in America is a thing of the past, but Harris emphatically disagrees.

“The Emancipation Proclamation didn’t do it. The Civil War didn’t do it. The civil rights movement didn’t do it. I’m sorry, but a black man in the White House is not going to change the racial tensions inbred in this country,” he said…

http://www.theledger.com

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Former Muslim Man Terrorized For Becoming A Christian

 April 30, 2008

Nissar Hussein

A former Muslim man Nissar Hussein is being terrorized in Britain. He is being harassed and threatened by Muslims in his area for converting from Islam.

In Britain there is freedom of religion and he does have the right to choose. I encourage Nissar to stick with his faith in Jesus, even in the face of persecution:

British Muslim ‘bullied’ for becoming a Christian

A British man who was attacked after converting to Christianity from Islam was told by police to “move to another place”, it has emerged.  A British man who was attacked after converting to Christianity from Islam was told by police to “move to another place”, it has emerged.

Nissar Hussein, 43, from Bradford, West Yorkshire converted from Islam to Christianity with his wife, Qubra, in 1996. A report by Christian Solidarity Worldwide, quoted in the Times, says he was subjected to a number of attacks and, after being told that his house would be burnt down if he did not return to Islam, alerted the police.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk

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