Thursday, September 25, 2014

Hector Aleem writes about the murdered Christian Zafar Bhatti

I know Zafar Bhatti personally who was murdered in Adiala Prison on 25 September, 2014. Bhatti was accused of blasphemy under section 295-C. Pakistan has become the most dangerous country, these Christians get killed in the name of religion because civilised countries do not respond to these blasphemy cases and never come forward to help Christians in need. Western countries are providing aid to Pakistan for education and poverty alleviation to exterminate extremism but the more they get educated the more they become extremist. The biggest example we have is the leader of ISIS who is a PHD. The solution of this problem is not financial aid but a stern action by the western powers is needed. The Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif has arrived at United Nations Headquarters New York, USA. I urge all civilized nations to question him about what is happening to Christians in Pakistan.
A person who is accused of blasphemy do not get positive response by western embassies after they get released and if they succeed in fleeing from Pakistan they do not get positive and immediate response regarding the asylum in civilised countries. They get same response by the Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and other human rights organisations because all these organisations care about is Palestinians and IDPs of Pakistan. The western countries and all human rights organisations are also responsible of killings of these Christians inside or outside the prison as much as their killers are. The killer will not be punished but will be considered as a hero of Pakistan and Muslims, even the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif would be smiling right now because he also considers him a hero. When Salman Taseer was shot dead, Nawaz Sharif and Shabaz Sharif did not attend his funeral. All non elected Christian parliamentarians should resign immediately and stand tall with the Christian nation because the whole Christian nation in Pakistan is under threat.

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