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Pakistani Police Hunting Down Christian Who Dared To Correct Islamic Misconceptions About Christianity

It is a proven fact that the “prophet” of Islam didn’t understand the basics of Christianity. But trying to explain something like that to those who believe Mohammed to be anything but the most “perfect man” to ever walk the face of the earth will at times be a little like fire-juggling in a house of highly flammable cards …

Qur’an Sura 33:57, 61, “Lo! those who malign Allah and His messenger, Allah hath cursed them in this world and the Hereafter, and hath prepared for them the doom of the disdained … Accursed, they will be seized wherever found and slain with a (fierce) slaughter.”

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Morning Star News – “Police and a banned Islamic extremist group in Lahore, Pakistan are searching for a young Christian accused of blasphemy – with the extremist group calling for his death – after he sought to correct misconceptions about Christianity in a Muslim book, sources said.

Sources close to Adnan Masih, 26, said he believes that if he turns himself in, he will be killed by either the Islamic extremist Jamaat ud Dawa (JuD) or the Pakistani judicial system, which makes blasphemy against Islam’s prophet punishable by death. They said Masih denies having written anything against Islam or its prophet, Muhammad, when he scribbled in a Muslim book he found in a glassworks shop where his brother works.

His brother, Irfan Masih, was busy elsewhere that day, Oct. 7, and asked him to fill in for him at the shop. Masih, who has a master’s in English and trained as a pastor at a United Pentecostal seminary, became bored and began going through books in a desk drawer, where he noticed one entitled, ‘I Asked the Bible Why Korans Were Burnt [in Urdu, ‘Mein ney Bible sey poocha Quran kyun jaley’],’ sources said.

A source close to Masih said the evangelist and tutor noticed several false statements about the Bible and about Jesus, which he highlighted with a marker and corrected by answering with verses from the Bible. The next day Masih found a case had been registered against him for blasphemy under the Pakistan Penal Code’s Section 295, parts A, B and C – for allegedly outraging religious feelings, defiling the Koran and defaming Muhammad respectively.

The book belonged to a Muslim worker at the shop, Abid Mehmood, who upon seeing the notations went to police and also notified the JuD, a banned Islamic militant organization related to the Lashkar-e-Taiba, which has been designated as a global terrorist group operating in Pakistan, India and Afghanistan.

The United States has announced a $10 million bounty on JuD chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, but he is supported by Pakistan’s powerful Directorate for Inter-Services Intelligence and moves about freely in the country.

Masih, married and a father of two young girls, went into hiding after learning that JuD had issued a fatwa calling for his head. A source said he had no idea that ‘pointing out false references in a book would land him in such big trouble.’

Hafiz Abdul Malik of the JuD told Morning Star News that the group would not tolerate one word against their prophet.

‘The police better arrest the blasphemer and hand him over to us on Saturday [Oct. 19],’ Malik said last week. ‘We will not be responsible for any law-and-order situation in the city if the police fails to keep its assurance. How dare someone use derogatory language against our beloved prophet … Don’t they know that the Koran orders us to slit the throat of whoever is disrespectful to Allah’s beloved prophet?'” Read more.

A Few Simple Questions for Muslim Visitors – “The Qur’an teaches that, according to Christianity, God acquired a son through procreation with Mary. In the eyes of Muslims, the term ‘son of God’ is believed to be, and is therefore understood, in a literal sense.  But this misrepresentation is so far from the basic tenets of Christianity that any serious student of the Qur’an should begin questioning the veracity of some of the teachings of Islam on this error alone… Because of Mohammed’s misunderstanding of what Christians believed and practiced, Islam teaches that the Christian belief of the Trinity is a polytheistic teaching of  ‘three gods’, characterized as the ‘Father’, and the ‘Son’ and the ‘Virgin Mary’ …” Read more.

  1. croc_doze
    10/26/2013 at 6:11 AM

    yes, dumb quran, dumb muhamad and even more dumb the vile muslims.


    • ICA
      10/26/2013 at 11:11 AM

      The problem in the Islamic world does not stem from the fact that those who adhere to Islam and its laws are already “intellectually deficient.” Rather, they are “intellectually deficient” because of the fact that they adhere to Islam and its laws. They have been “dumbed down” because of its deceptions. To be set free, they need Truth. We can share it with them.


      • 10/26/2013 at 11:54 AM

        Only Jesus Christ and his followers can boldly say, ‘Even if you blaspheme and curse my Name, I will still show kindness to you.’ The fact that muslims all need to discredit and murder Christians at the drop of a hat (OVER THE MOST INSIGNIFICANT AND MINISCULE CHARGES) just goes to prove how INSECURE these purveyors of falsehood really are! God’s Word says, ‘The righteous (man) is as bold as a lion’! Only liars are insecure at the prospect of hearing the TRUTH!


  2. 11/15/2013 at 2:34 AM

    The man wrote in a book at the bookshop he did not buy. So the book was not his. This is something a Christian may not do. It would be different if he had bought the book, read it, corrected it and then would have returned it.

    No Christian may damage the goods of an other person. With the things which belong to himself he can do what he wants, but not with belongings of somebody else.

    We also wonder what he wrote and how he wrote it.

    The Muslims who think Trinity is a polytheistic teaching of ’three gods’,are right. But it is not as you say they think characterized as the ‘Father’, and the ‘Son’ and the ‘Virgin Mary’ ; but made by 1.God the Father + 1god the son + God the Holy Spirit = 3 (1+1+1=3). According the Holy Scriptures, the Bible which we consider to be the Word of God, the Allah, Elohim Hashem Jehovah is One God and He who tells no lies says about the Nazarene Jew which we consider to be the Messiah, that he is His (Gods) “only begotten beloved son”. Jesus is the son of God and not God himself.


    • dapreach1
      11/16/2013 at 10:06 PM

      To ‘Christadelphians’ – You, my friend, are full of IT! Clearly, you think you know more than God, Himself. 1+1+1=ONE

      Just because it boggles the mind of satanists, islamists and all other cult ‘religions’ (to which you obviously belong), you think you can rewrite God’s Eternal Word! What if I told you that you, yourself are a triune being, as well. Go wrap that one around your miniscule pea-brain and see what you can come up with, because that’s equally just as true! BTW, since when does God need to ask your permission to do it HIS WAY? If we could understand everything about the Almighty Savior, Creator and Sustainer of the universe, HE WOULDN’T BE GOD ANYMORE, WOULD HE???



      • 11/18/2013 at 8:15 AM

        We do not think we can or even we think we may not rewrite the Word of God. In the Holy Scriptures it is clearly written there is Only One God: Jehovah. the God who does not tell lies also says about Jesus which you prefer to take as God instead as the son of god, though God Him self says :

        “30 And the angel said unto her, “Fear not, Mary, for thou hast found favor with God. 31 And behold, thou shalt conceive in thy womb and bring forth a Son, and shalt call His name JESUS. 32 He shall be great and shall be called the Son of the Highest; and the Lord God shall give unto Him the throne of His father David, 33 and He shall reign over the house of Jacob for ever; and of His Kingdom there shall be no end.” 34 Then said Mary unto the angel, “How shall this be, seeing I know not a man?” 35 And the angel answered and said unto her, “The Holy Spirit shall come upon thee, and the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee. Therefore also that Holy Being who shall be born of thee shall be called the Son of God.” (Luke 1:30-35 KJ21)

        “21 ¶ Now when all the people were baptized, it came to pass that Jesus also was baptized. And while He prayed the heaven was opened, 22 and the Holy Spirit descended in a bodily shape like a dove upon Him, and a voice came from Heaven, which said, “THOU ART MY BELOVED SON; IN THEE I AM WELL PLEASED.” 23 And Jesus Himself had become about thirty years of age, being (as was supposed) the son of Joseph, who was the son of Heli,” (Luke 3:21-23 KJ21)

        No where in the Bible you shall find mentioned the Trinity, so who is rewriting Scriptures?


        • dapreach1
          11/18/2013 at 11:47 AM

          You need to give it a rest! You are clearly UNEDUCATED in the Truth of the scriptures! Here’s a clue, as you yourself just quoted, “Jesus Himself…being (AS WAS SUPPOSED) the son of Joseph…” Stop trying to play God and let Him reveal Himself as He has chosen to do–as God, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. THAT IS IN THE SCRIPTURES–FROM GENESIS TO REVELATION!!!


        • dapreach1
          11/18/2013 at 11:57 AM

          It is truly amazing how someone such as yourself can miss this truth while quoting the very scriptures which validate the doctrine of the Holy Trinity beyond all doubt! ‘Nuff said!!!!


  3. ICA
    11/15/2013 at 11:42 AM

    Christadelphians, “1.God the Father + 1god the son + God the Holy Spirit = 3 (1+1+1=3).”

    A better analogy is to use 1x1x1=1. God is Triune, but God is One.

    Christadelphians, “Jesus is the son of God and not God himself.”

    According to Scripture, Jesus is God Himself. The term “Son of God” in the Bible is an anthropomorphism and is intended to be understood in a figurative sense, not in a wooden literal sense, and is a metaphor to describe a relational identity, but this in no way diminishes who He is nor His Divinity. In John 3:16, Jesus is called the only “begotten” son of God (the Greek word monogenēs) which means “unique” or “one of a kind” or “one and only”. As Christians, we are all called God’s children (Matthew 5:9; Romans 8:16; Galatians 3:6; Galatians 4:5; Ephesians 1:5, etc.). But this term is an analogy to describe our relationship to our Heavenly Father. We are not literal “sons” and “daughters”. Even the angels are called “sons of God” in the Bible (Job 1:6; 2:1; 38:7). But Jesus is called the only “unique” son of God in Scripture for a very good reason. In the Old Testament, before Jesus came as a child into this world, He appeared before His people as the “Angel of the Lord”. He revealed Himself in the burning bush that spoke to Moses on Mount Sinai. He appeared before Joshua as the Commander of the Hosts of Heaven. And in the New Testament He is the eternal “Word of God”, called the “unique son of God”, because He is God in the flesh and there is no one else like Him.

    John 1:1,14, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God … And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten [monogenēs] of the Father, full of grace and truth.”

    Also see Matthew 9:2 — Jesus forgave sins, something that only God can do. John 11:43-44 and Luke 8:54 — Jesus gave life to the dead, something that only God can do. Luke 8:22-25 — Jesus controlled the forces of nature with a single command, something that only God can do. Jesus repeatedly demonstrated His Divinity. Consider the following:

    Many verses forbid worshiping men, angels, or any created thing.

    * Acts 10:25,26 – Cornelius fell down to worship Peter. Peter forbade it saying that he himself was just a man. God deserves worship, but men do not. (Cf. Acts 12:20-23; 14:8-18.)
    * Revelation 22:8,9; 19:10 – John sought to worship the angel, but the angel forbade it because he was a “fellow servant.” “Worship God.”
    * Romans 1:25 – People who worship and serve created things, rather than the Creator, have left the truth of God.
    * To worship any created thing – whether man, angel, heavenly body, or some other object in nature (mountain, ocean, etc.) – constitutes idolatry. [In other words, worshiping anything or anyone other than YHWH the God of the Bible is idoloatry].

    Only the true God deserves to be worshipped.

    * Matthew 4:9,10 – Worship the Lord your God and serve Him only.
    * Revelation 9:20 – Idolatry is forbidden because it constitutes worship of someone other than God (Exodus 20:3-6; Deuteronomy 6:13-15; Revelation 14:9-11). [See also Exodus 34:14]
    * Note: proskunew is forbidden when used for obeisance to men from a spiritual or religious motivation or purpose. The word is sometimes (but rarely) used in the New Testament non-religiously to refer to bowing in obeisance to a king, master, or other person in authority (see Matthew 18:26 – this usage is more common in the Old Testament).
    * When used for religious honor, however, worship is forbidden toward any except God. In this sense, “worship” is like “lord,” “father,” “master,” etc. The words may be acceptably used for earthly, physical relationships (Ephesians 6:1-9; Colossians 3:21,22), but we are forbidden to use such as religious honor to men or created things (Matthew 23:8-12). [On Revelation 3:9, cf. to 1 Corinthians 14:25]
    * The concept of Deity distinguishes the Creator from the creature. Things which are created do not have the unique characteristics of God, do not do the unique works of God, and therefore should not be addressed by the unique names of God nor should they be worshipped.

    But Jesus received the unique worship God deserves.

    He was often worshipped while He appeared on earth before His resurrection.

    * Matthew 8:2 – A leper came and worshipped Jesus. [9:18; 15:25; Mark 5:6]
    * Matthew 14:33 – After Jesus had calmed the storm, the disciples worshipped Him saying He was the Son of God.
    * John 9:38 – After Jesus had healed the blind man, He revealed Himself to be the Son of God (v35). The man said he believed, and he worshipped Jesus.
    * Note that such religious worship would have been blasphemy and should have been forbidden as it was in the case of Peter, the angel, etc., if Jesus had been just a man on earth.

    Created beings also worship Him after His resurrection.

    * Matthew 28:9,17 – After His resurrection, His disciples worshipped Him. [Cf. John 20:28,29]
    * Luke 24:52 – Even after He had ascended back to heaven, they worshipped Him.
    * Hebrews 1:6 – Angels are instructed by God to worship Jesus.
    * Note that men were rebuked for worshipping men, angels, or created beings, but they were never rebuked for worshipping Jesus. Angels are even instructed by the Father to worship Jesus. The context of the above passages cannot fit the idea of obeisance to an earthly king or ruler. They refer to honoring Jesus as a religious authority – the very thing forbidden when offered to Peter, angels, etc.
    * Hence, Jesus accepted worship as an act of religious honor. The Scriptures, including Jesus’ own teachings, would absolutely forbid this unless He possesses true Deity. [1]

    Here is sound logic that we can easily deduce from Biblical Scripture. If Biblical Scripture explains that only God can be worshiped, and if Biblical Scripture forbids the worship of any created being or object, and if Biblical Scripture does not forbid or rebuke the worship of Jesus Christ, then Jesus Christ is therefore uncreated and is God in the flesh, according to Biblical Scripture.

    Exodus 3:13-14, “Moses said to God, ‘Suppose I go to the Israelites and say to them, ‘The God of your fathers has sent me to you,’ and they ask me, ‘What is his name?’ Then what shall I tell them?’ God said to Moses, ‘I AM WHO I AM. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: ‘I AM has sent me to you.'”

    John 8:58, “Jesus said to them, ‘Most assuredly, I say to you, before Abraham was, I AM.‘”


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