Turn the other cheek?
“We thought it wise to surrender Masih to the police by bringing to the judge’s notice that he would have most likely been killed by Islamist extremists belonging to the banned militant outfit, Jamaat ud Dawa, which had been demanding from the police that he be handed over to them,” the attorney said. She added that the 26-year-old evangelist was deeply frightened. “This hapless man knew he did not have any option – the odds were against us, and Masih knew we could do nothing else except seek refuge in courts,” she said. “My heart grieved when I handed him into police custody. I’m determined to prove his innocence, because I believe that he has been wrongly accused.”