Radical Muslim Travels to Canada, Cuts Chilling Video Warning He Is There to Kill Christian Pakistani Dissident Asia Bibi

A radical Muslim released a video a frightening video online that he has traveled to Canada to murder Christian dissident Asia Bibi.

Asia Bibi, a poor farm laborer and Christian mother of five, was released in October 2018 from prison in Pakistan after being jailed on blasphemy charges. Bibi was convicted on blasphemy charges in 2009 after a quarrel with a fellow farmworker who accused her of insulting Islam’s Prophet Muhammad.

Bibi was not allowed to leave Pakistan until her trial was over. She finally fled to Canada this week.

 

And already at least one radical Muslim has traveled to Canada to murder Asia Bibi.

He posted a chilling video online this week.

In the video the man sings an Islamic chant honouring Muhammed and professes that he a beloved believer of Islam will slay the blasphemer Asia Bibi.

Via Andrew Bostom:


British Pakistani Christians reported:

In the video the man sings an Islamic chant honouring Muhammed and professes that he a beloved believer of Islam will slay the blasphemer Asia Bibi. He warns the ‘Enemies of Islam and the Jew Government that set Asia Bibi free’ that he will kill her.

In the meanwhile a number of churches in Pakistan have informed BPCA that they are receiving threats from local militants and have been warned that the growth of IS in Pakistan is imminent.

Overall the situation in Pakistan has been relatively quite after the Pakistani Government arrested over 3500 extremist leaders from Tehreek-e-Labaaik, IS and Tehreek-e-Taliban. Moreover, one of the former leaders of Thereek-e-labaaik, Afzal Qadri announced his retirement from the group and issued an apology to General Qamar Javed Bajwa and the superior judiciary to whom he directed incendiary remarks after Asia Bibi’s acquittal. A video of his apology can be viewed (here)

Security around churches in Pakistan has been stepped up significantly since the release of Asia Bibi and teams of security officials can be seen at churches up and down the country.

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