If Islam Had Its Way, Christianity Would Be Outlawed And All Christians Would Be Slaves To Muslims

By Theodore Shoebat

If Islam had its way, Christianity would be outlawed and all Christians would be forced to become the slaves of the Muslims. Look no farther than the countries that are dominated by Islam to see an illustration of this reality.

Just today it was reported that a 27 year old woman in North Sudan has been sentenced to death for converting to Christianity. North Sudan is ruled by the Muslim Brotherhood dictator, Omar al-Bashir, the man who Obama’s brother, Malik Obama, works for, and who has slaughtered millions of people, man of whom are Christians. Moreover, Obama himself actually personally prevented a revolution by Sudanese people who wanted to oust out Bashir. This same Bashir organized the attack on the American, British and Germany embassies in Khartoum which took place around the same time as the Benghazi attack.

Now Bashir’s government has sentenced a Christian woman, Meriam Yehya, to death, and Obama and his Muslim family have been supporting and helping him.

The government affirms that she is found guilty of adultery, because she married a Christian man when (according to Islamic law) she is suppose to be with a Muslim man. But she never committed adultery, since she has loyally and faithfully married a Christian man whose Faith she now shares. Katherine Perks with the African Centre for Justice and Peace Studies said:

The verdict is contrary to commitments Sudan has made in its own Constitution and commitments made under regional and international law; Meriam has been convicted solely on account of her religious convictions and personal status

Manar Idriss, Amnesty International’s Sudan researcher, said in a statement:

The fact that a woman could be sentenced to death for her religious choice, and to flogging for being married to a man of an allegedly different religion, is abhorrent and should never be even considered …

“Adultery” and “apostasy” are acts which should not be considered crimes at all, let alone meet the international standard of ‘most serious crimes’ in relation to the death penalty. It is a flagrant breach of international human rights law

The embassies of the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Netherlands came together to call for the justice of this woman:

We call upon the Government of Sudan to respect the right to freedom of religion, including one’s right to change one’s faith or beliefs, a right which is enshrined in international human rights law as well as in Sudan’s own 2005 Interim Constitution…We further urge Sudanese legal authorities to approach Ms. Meriam’s case with justice and compassion that is in keeping with the values of the Sudanese people

This type of horror and persecution will be happening more and more, and we must be ready to help our brothers and sisters in Christ. We ask you, for the love of justice, to please click here to make a donation to help save the lives of persecuted Christians in Pakistan, Syria and Iraq.

Then there is the case of Charles Halder, a Christian from Bangladesh who escaped severe and cruel persecution. The Muslims were constantly trying to stop him from preaching the Gospel, and almost killed him in some cases. Halder fled to the US, and our organization, Rescue Christians, got him job and helped him settle in American society.

The reports that we received from him in regards to what persecution he endured show the horrifying reality of the Christian life in Muslim nations. The Muslims who were trying to kill him were part of the jihadist group, Bangladesh Islamic Chaatra Shibir, and they were trying to prevent his Evangelism efforts. Chalder began an organization that helped bring 25,000 Muslims to Christ in three years, and you better believe that the Muslims wanted this effort to end. In one event, as Chalder recalls, this took place:

A group of 4 Bangladesh Islamic Chaatra Shibir members attacked my rickshaw, punched me in the face, hit me on my head and kicked me. They pointed a gun to my forehead, and asked me why I was still continuing anti-Islamic works. They shouted at me that it was their final warning, that if I still continued they would cut my legs and wrists from the opposite site. I was also warned not to inform the police in any way, if I wanted to remain alive.

But Chalder was like Peter when he said, “We ought to obey God rather than men.” (Acts 5:29)

Chalder did not acquiesce to the threats, but instead “never stopped teaching and proclaiming the good news that Jesus is the Messiah.” (Acts 5:42)

In another instant, the Muslims hunted for him with knives and guns, and even attacked his family and sexually harassed his sister-in-law:

Some members of Bangladesh Islamic Chaatra Shibir came to my house with guns and knives searching for me. …At that time my parents, brother and sister in law tried to flee from our back door to save themselves but unfortunately they were caught by them. They sexually harassed my sister in-law in front of my parents and elder brother. They severely beat my father and elder brother. They threatened my family that they would kill me wherever they found me and said that I am an enemy of Islam and I don’t have the right to be alive.

In another disturbing event, the Muslims came chasing after him on a jeep, and almost killed him:

I was noticing that a jeep was following me for a few minutes… the jeep suddenly intended to run over my bike. However, I rapidly drove to a low area by the side of the hilly road, where I fell down from the bike. As I saw that they started coming toward me shouting “Allah akbar” me with firearms and long knives, I rushed toward a jungle. Running through the jungle I took shelter in an indigenous village and returned to Bandarban city the next day.

Chalder fled to the US where he was helplessly trying to find work. He contacted us desperately asking for help in obtaining work. We did not hesitate after reading his story, and got him a job working for a meat distribution factory. Chalder wrote to us his deep appreciation:

I belivee on behalf of God you have helped me to get a right, nice, spiritual, and kind person ( Dr. Harold). I am greatful to you.

He also wrote:

I will be grateful to you forever for your sympathy, feelings and kindness on me. Just pray for me as I can do my new job properly and satisfactorily.



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