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Will you ask Pakistan to release this mom sentenced to die for believing in Jesus?

Will you sign this petition for Asia Bibi?

She’s been in jail for more than a year. What is her crime? The Christian mother of five said to a fellow Pakistani co-worker, “Jesus saved me. What has Mohammed ever done for you?”

Speaking against Islam, the Koran, Mohammed or Allah is punishable by death in Pakistan. Two national politicians who took up Aasia’s case have been assassinated — one of them the only Christian in the national cabinet.

To read more about the assassinations CLICK HERE

Her situation is dire. Only a miracle can save her.

 

Aasia Bibi’s husband and two daughters, who are now in hiding. Will you sign her petition?



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Cindy

posted September 28, 2011 at 9:20 pm


Where do I sign?



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Dickson

posted October 11, 2011 at 1:34 pm


so were are the so called human rights that we advocate day & night when we persecute for freedom of expression & worship?to the lady fear not all those who kill the body but toucheth not the soul,your crown is being prepared by the father(GOD)don’t lose heart,hold fast that which you believe.



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A.A.

posted March 19, 2012 at 11:37 pm


Western governments are forcing Islam down our throats while Islam is cutting our throats.

It’s now officially a crime to believe in Jesus.



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