The Greatest Enslavement Of Christians Is Here, And Its Our Duty To Rescue Them!

By Theodore Shoebat

Countless Christians are being enslaved by Muslims, as we speak, in the hellish land of Pakistan, and it is our duty to rescue them. Our organization, Rescue Christians, has for the last few months, been conducting a very effective and tenacious rescue mission to liberate these slaves.

The Christian walks the narrow path to eternity, and such a path is one of anguish. It is not a road to tread upon for the gain of superficial pleasures, but to be “crucified with Christ” (Galatians 2:20), and know the “fellowship of his sufferings” (Philippians 3:10).

Such is the life of the Christian, and with every whip and scourge, with every moment of beatings and oppressions, the inflictions that are done against their beings begin with earthly blood, only to become that eternal image of Christ’s suffering, expanding itself into the timeless realms of the heavenly places.

Look no further than Pakistan to see such a miserable state of God’s holy Church, against which the forces of hell incessantly bombard with the arrows of the devil and the sinister forces of darkness.

Tens of thousands of Christians live in slavery in Pakistan, and we are working tirelessly with the hope of rescuing these enslaved children of God, who live under the horrendous despotism of sharia and Islam. We have successfully rescued, and are continuing to rescue, numerous of these Christian slaves, thanks to your invaluable donations that have all be used for the funding of our rescue operations.

Read the story of Sabir Masih, and how he and his family were rescued by our organization from Islamic slavery. The Muslims would literally force this Christian family to labor in a brick kiln from 4 AM to midnight, and not only that, but the Muslims would also physically abuse them. As Sabir himself remembers:

They used to wake us up at 4 AM and we used to work till midnight. Even when I was not feeling well sometimes, they used abusive language and even tortured us physically. We could not even have our lunch properly and while eating they used abusive language with us. We used to work day and night but even then they used to humiliate us in front of everyone and took us to work forcibly. We were living a miserable life. …We were treated like animals, even they treated animals better than us. They had no love and concern for us.

But thanks to your lovingkindness in giving donations to this holy cause, we were able to conduct a stealth rescue mission in which we took Sabir and his family out of the brick kiln, and out of slavery. As Sabir himself recounted:

One day I met with Rescue Christians and I told them about my condition. They assured me that they will help me as they are already helping people like me. The team of Rescue Christians gave me a time to bring my family to Gujranwala. On the given time I reached Gujranwala and the team of Rescue Christians brought me to a safe place. Now I am safe.

The rescue mission of Sabor and his family can be heard in the interview we did with him:

Look to the story of Younas Masih and his wife Kausar Bibi. This Christian couple was forced into slavery by Muslims, and they were not restricted from simply liberties that we all take for granted, such as going to church and celebrating Christmas. As Younas himself said:

Our children were not allowed to go to the school and even we were not allowed to go to the church. Our lives were ruined, we could not sleep at night. If I ever became ill, even then they made me work at the kiln. Sometimes we had nothing to eat and we use to go to our work by drinking water only. They did not allow us to send our children to school and they did not even let us go to the church. They made us work at their home even on Christmas.

After so long suffering in Islamic slavery, Rescue Christians organized a coordinated rescue mission, and it was done with both efficiency and success. Our organization victoriously rescued this family from tyranny, and we have you, the reader, to thank, for blessing us with your generous donations which funded the liberation of these poor Christians. Younas remembered the rescue:

A few days ago, one of my friends asked me to contact Rescue Christians. I contacted them secretly. I told them about my miseries and after listening to me they helped me and rescued me and my family. Now I am safe. And I am thankful to them.

Rescue Christians managed to interview Younas and his wife after their rescue:

We then have another recent rescue success, and that is the rescue of Majid Masih and his wife Mumtaz Bibi. They too were made into slaves by Muslims in a brick kiln, and their suffering was described by Majid himself:

We were treated as slaves and were not allowed to attend church or any family event. And if due to some reason if I or my wife took off from work they tortured us and beat us.

They were rescued by our organization, Rescue Christians, and our team effectively brought them to safety. As Majid himself remembers:

Two weeks ago we met with the team of Rescue Christians and we shared all what happened with us. They promised us that they will help us. Last night they rescued us from the kiln and we are safe now. We are thankful to them that they had provided us the home and safety. May God bless them so they may help others.

The interview done with Majid and his wife can be viewed here:

The wailing and lamentations of the suffering saints resound throughout the earth, and while they pass through the hollow voids of lethargic minds, they only touch the ears of the watchful and the vigilant, the caring and the compassionate. They do not impact the parched souls of those who merely walk by the beaten and abused saint, or the feigned pious man who looks upon an anguishing and persecuted soul and says that he will pray for him, and does nothing.

Hear the words of St. James, hear his exhortation on how we, in our faith in Christ, must help our suffering brethren:

“What doth it profit, my brethren, though a man say he hath faith, and have not works? can faith save him? If a brother or sister be naked, and destitute of daily food, And one of you say unto them, Depart in peace, be ye warmed and filled; notwithstanding ye give them not those things which are needful to the body; what doth it profit? Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone.” (James 2:14-17)

Who today amongst the brethren are suffering the most, but those saints who live under the parlous reign of terror of the Muslim? This terror which has scourged Christendom, from the time when Muhammad saw Lucifer in a dismal grotto of the Arabian desert, to our very own era; this horrifying and insatiable evil of which St. Maximus the Confessor, who lived in the time of Muhammad, said:

For indeed, what is more dire than the evils which today afflict the world? What is more terrible for the discerning than the unfolding events? What is more pitiable and frightening for those who endure them? To see a barbarous people of the desert overrunning another’s lands as though they were their own; to see civilization itself being ravaged by wild and untamed beasts whose form alone is human.

And to see how this vociferous wickedness has inflicted the greatest travails upon the saints, one needs to look no further than the world around us, wherein the Muslims have enslaved entire Christian populations in Pakistan, depriving them from observing their Faith, continuously adding to their dreadful labors, and never ceasing to pounce on them with physical abuses and cruel persecutions.

But the shadow of evil dwindles into nothingness before the light of the ever glorious charity of the saints. Let us fight this evil together.

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