By Theodore Shoebat (Exclusive)
We live in the midst of death, in the presence of tyrants covered in the blood of the guiltless, protected by the shields of sycophants and callous cantonments of men who have given their hearts to idols as lofty as the darkest cloud, who have kept the soil of their souls from being touched by the tears of the innocent, and have thus cut off the sprouting vine of compassion from arising out of the seeds of sorrow.
As their cold eyes gaze upon the mounds of dead which can be seen as far as the melancholic dusk, the lives of the tyrant, and all the wicked around him, are exempted from the very vapors of death by which they suffocate the victims who are without voice to make vain cries to heartless mortals, and are reduced to wailing to the silent heavens.
The turbid smoke of the diabolical clouds the vision and chokes the voice of the righteous, who witness the light of truth drowning in the billows of deception, and the call to the highest heaven dwindling ever so quickly at the sight of the endless rivers of blood flowing from the holy corpses of saints.
This is what is occurring in Pakistan, right now as we speak. Our team, Rescue Christians, is ceaselessly working to continuously save lives, and in this laborious task, we are faced with the disturbing stories of the nightmarish torment in which the Christians live.
In July of 2013, a Christian man, Shafaqat Emmanuel, who is crippled to the waste down, and his wife, Shagufta Kausar, were arrested in Gojra District after being accused by evil men, who brought “up a slander upon the land” (Exodus 14:36), of sending text messages against Islam.
The Muslims came upon the two Christians with heretical rage, “laid their hands on the apostles, and put them in the common prison.” (Acts 5:18) His infirmities, his lame and fragile body, did not strike the souls nor melt the hearts of the wicked pagans. The impetuous horde of savage Muslims have called for these two sacrificial saints to be given the most horrendous of punishments. They demand that the husband be executed, and the wife thrown into prison for 35 years.
They have been deprived of their children while held captive in a dismal prison, isolated from life and restricted to the misery of oppressive solitude. Such are the innumerable struggles of the saints; such are the pains which these two Christians in Pakistan are suffering, and surely do they “endure hardness, as a good soldier of Jesus Christ.” (2 Titus 2:3)
Rescue Christians is now providing shelter and protection for the children of these two Christians, and for their grandfather as well. All of them can be seen in this video:
Without you, we would not be able to care for these desperate and helpless Christians, which is why I ask you, TO PLEASE DONATE TO SAVE THE LIVES OF THESE SAINTS.
Justice Sayyed Mazahar Ali Akbar was at first convinced that these two Christians, Shafaqat and his wife Shagufta, were innocent of the charges, and accepted their defense. But, the conniving devils, the Muslim clerics, who follow their father who “was a murderer from the beginning” (John 8:44), brought forth threats to the judge and he, being sorely afraid, directed the trial judge to conclude the case within two months.
They threatened with violence our lawyers, and when our team’s lawyers went into the Toba Tek Singh jail on the trial date, the Muslims, like a legion of demons, again threatened them. When our team filed a complaint against these threats, this was turned down by the sitting justice Najam-ul-Hasan.
The judge of the case, Mian Amir Habib, takes the side of Allah rather than justice, and is in full agreement with the demands of the Muslim mob, who desire nothing but to “steal, and to kill, and to destroy” (John 10:10).
And with such wickedness and evil, we cannot help but lament with Job, that “The earth is given into the hand of the wicked” (Job 9:24).
The judge and the barbaric mass of godless Muslims, are demanding that the husband, Shafaqat, be put to death, and that his wife be placed in prison for 35 years. As our contact in Pakistan says:
According to our observations, judge Mian Amir Habib has set his mind to sentencing the couple; we know what is going on in this Kangaroo trial! We believe that he will give the death sentence to this crippled man and 35 years imprisonment to the uneducated Shagufta Kausar for sending text message. We do not know why human rights organizations around the world do not see such injustice in Pakistan, where Law is been used as a prostitute. Instead of giving justice to these persecuted people, judges are giving them sentences.
The god of the Muslims, who is forever ravenous for the souls of men; whose servants are the vagrant demons who neither settle nor slumber in their ceaseless foraging; whose place is the spacious glade of evil contemplation, in the midst of savage forests where wolves lurk about in the bitter air, searching for the sheep without a shepherd, who wander about lost and terrified at the foot of the mountain of soulless confusion and hysteria; and whose fate is the bottomless pit where resounds the harrowing cries of those taken by the very fallen angel who calls himself Allah.
What difference is this feigned devil, to the glorious Eternal King of Heaven, Who calls “the poor, the maimed, the lame, the blind” to His feast (Luke 14:13); through Whose power “The blind receive their sight, and the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, and the deaf hear, the dead are raised up” (Matthew 11:5); Who declares “Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy” (Matthew 5:7).
What mercy does this false god of the heretical pagans have for the maimed? He is completely absent of it. For Shafaqat, the Christian who they want to kill, is so infirm and crippled that he cannot even use the toilet, and yet the Muslims still want to keep him in captivity, deprive him of his own children, and take his life. As our contact in Pakistan says:
When our team reached the jail, we found that he is in the hospital due to multiple bed sores and that soon he will need surgery because his sores are more than 3 inches deep. We don’t know how long Shafaqat will survive in this condition.
For the last past six months, Rescue Christians has been striving to have Shafaqat and his wife Shagufta liberated, but the principalities of darkness have been advancing over the righteous, and the prospect of freedom for the saints is as a drop of the purest water in the midst of the deadest earth scorched by the advancing armies of hell. As St. Gregory VII once wrote:
the nearer the day of Antichrist approaches, the harder he fights to crush out the Christian faith.
We call on all those who carry the banner of our Leader, the Eternal King, to spread the story of Shafaqat and his wife Shagufta.
But what then will you, the reader, do, in order to help these sheep who live day by day without shepherds and are surrounded by wolves? How can you call yourself a Christian, or a believer in the Prince of Mercy, if you do nothing as your bothers and sisters are under the greatest of oppressions? One cannot have faith in God, and do nothing for the persecuted. You cannot call yourself a Christian, and only pray for the the persecuted without doing action. As the Apostle James declares:
What does it profit, my brethren, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? Can faith save him? If a brother or sister is naked and destitute of daily food, and one of you says to them, “Depart in peace, be warmed and filled,” but you do not give them the things which are needed for the body, what does it profit? Thus also faith by itself, if it does not have works, is dead. (James 2:14-17)
Will you then be that hireling who, with dead faith, only says “Depart in peace” in the face of the tormenting saints? I ask you, dear reader, to not be as the useless servant who buried his talent in the ground, as the greatest persecution in history is about to take place.
Do not be that hireling who runs when the wolves approach, and to whom the Lord shall say:
I was a stranger, and ye took me not in: naked, and ye clothed me not: sick, and in prison, and ye visited me not. (Matthew 25:43)
Now is the chance to be that servant to whom the Lord shall declare:
Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me. (Matthew 25:36)
Will you be that servant? Now is the time to act.