Christian Man Beaten & Threatened By Muslims In Pakistan Faces Imminent Deportation From UK
Could Theresa May’s government get any more venal, to say nothing of suicidal? Britain is under siege from Islamic jihadists, and they’re deporting Christians.
Last night a Muslim screaming “Allahu akbar” stabbed three people in Manchester.
Was he born in Britain?
Whether he was or not, there are plenty of jihadists in Britain today who were not born there, and they are not being deported.
Instead, this Christian is.
The land of the Magna Carta is dead and decaying rapidly.
“Christian man ‘beaten and threatened by Islamic extremists’ in Pakistan faces imminent deportation from UK,” by May Bulman, Independent, December 26, 2018:
A Christian man who was allegedly beaten and repeatedly threatened with execution by Islamic extremists in Pakistan is facing imminent deportation from the UK.
A church community in Birmingham has been left shocked after Asher Samson, 41, was detained while attending a weekly signing event with the Home Office in Solihull on 26 November.
Mr Samson told The Independent he was “terrified” at the prospect of being sent back to his home city of Abbottabad in Pakistan.
The 31-year-old first arrived in the UK in 2004 to carry out his theology training in order to become a pastor, but later applied for asylum after receiving threats from Islamic extremists during visits home, he said.
His asylum claim was rejected earlier this year and Mr Samson is now being held in Morton Hall Detention Centre in Lincoln where he has been told he will be deported.
Mr Samson said he has “no one and nowhere to go” in Pakistan, adding: “If they do send me back my life will be really in danger. I’m so scared.
“People know who I am, they know I am a Christian and they have seen me on social media.
“They told me they had booked me a flight and I refused to go. They said next time they will take me by force.”…
Revered Lorraine Shorten, who has known Mr Samson and his brother Aamir for 15 months and is pastor at their church of 10 years, said he was a “well-thought-of” member of the community….
“It’s shameful – we are a Christian country yet we can’t help them. It’s terrifying to send him back there with the situation for Christians in Pakistan.”…
“At home they were threatened and they lived in fear. This is so extremely short-sighted by the Home Office.”…
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller