Satanic Sharia: killers criminal saudi arabia KYRGYZSTAN


KIRGHIZISTAN: un attacco di squadra

Un operaio cristiano in Kirghizistan ha presentato una causa contro un capo villaggio islamico che, insieme a una piccola folla, ha attaccato il lavoratore ei suoi amici mentre tentavano di distribuire gli elementi umanitari in Ak-Kyia villaggio. Il caso è di fondamentale importanza per tutti i cristiani in Kirghizistan, che rischiano di percosse o addirittura la morte da estremisti locali, anche se sono ufficialmente protetti dalla legge.
Narsbek è stato invitato dal principio scuola e diversi capi villaggio per distribuire Samaritan Purse scatole di scarpe nel suo villaggio natale di Ak-Kyia nella regione Naryn del Kirghizistan. Lui e una squadra arrivata in paese la mattina dell'11 aprile 2012 in due veicoli. Mentre ha salutato i principali leader e gli altri, il mullah villaggio (leader moschea) è apparso con i suoi studenti al seguito. Ordinò al gruppo di fermare la distribuzione immediatamente. Al contrario, il principale diretto al team di spostare i propri veicoli al cortile della scuola, e il mullah sinistra.
Ma pochi istanti dopo, riapparve, questa volta con un gruppo di circa 20 giovani fanatici con lui. La folla ha gridato "Allahu Akbar" e corse per prendere a pugni i cristiani in visita, lanciando pietre attraverso l'aria. Hanno afferrato Narsbek e suo fratello-in-law, Marazat, inchiodandolo al suolo per batterli. Narsbek è stato colpito nella parte posteriore della testa con una pietra, e un altro attaccante strinse le mani attorno alla gola.
"In quel momento, mi sono ricordato come ho usato per incoraggiare i giovani a perseverare nella fede, anche quando fa male. Questo era il mio test, "ha detto Narsbek. Come si sentiva sul punto di perdere conoscenza, si preparava ad incontrare Gesù.
Inaspettatamente, la presa sul collo allentato. Sua moglie leggera aveva combattuto attraverso la mischia per raggiungere suo marito e suo fratello e li sorprese nel rilasciare le loro stive. Narsbek e sua moglie strapazzate tra la folla per raggiungere il loro minivan. Hanno sbattuto il veicolo in marcia e scacciò in una pioggia di pietre che ha danneggiato tutti, ma il parabrezza della monovolume di. Marazat e gli altri due membri del team sono fuggiti a bordo del veicolo secondo, anche se gli aggressori li inseguì per diversi chilometri.
I fanatici restanti raccolte scatole di scarpe del Samaritan Purse e li bruciarono nel cortile della scuola davanti agli studenti e personale scolastico.
Il team di distribuzione notificato le autorità locali l'incidente, ma la polizia non ha preso alcuna azione. Narsbek e Marazat sono stati entrambi trattati in ospedale, ma ha ancora Narsbek rimanendo danni al suo occhio destro, così come mal di testa si ripetano. Sua moglie è stata costantemente sotto stress dopo l'incidente.
L'uomo che li ha attaccati stessa persona che era riuscito a mettere Narsbek in carcere 14 anni fa dopo essere diventato un credente. Egli ha affermato Narsbek è stata l'iniezione di persone con un farmaco speciale, poi "programmazione" loro di diventare cristiani. Ha anche prodotto un falso testimone, e Narsbek trascorso un anno in prigione. Per il suo zelo nella lotta contro gli infedeli, il mullah è stato promosso.
Narsbek deciso di presentare una causa contro il mullah per richiedere alle autorità di agire, ma anche questo non ottenere risultati fino Narsbek e la sua famiglia ha ottenuto un avvocato di un'altra città per venire a parlare alla locale Procura di Stato, di polizia e capi villaggio. L'avvocato ha ricordato i funzionari locali che il nuovo presidente Kirghizistan aveva dichiarato che era importante non avere conflitto su questioni etniche o religiose e che le leggi del paese devono essere rispettate.
Kirghizistan le leggi vi prometto di rispettare la libertà religiosa, ma in pratica queste leggi non sono sempre seguite. I credenti affrontare la distruzione di proprietà, intimidazioni e danno fisico regolarmente. La legge del 2009 la religione richiede chiese di cercare di registrazione, che spesso viene negato. La proposta di emendamento alla legge limiterebbe ulteriormente e censurare qualsiasi letteratura religiosa importata, stoccati o distribuiti nel paese.
Sembra che Narsbek caso andrà fino alla Corte Suprema del paese. Narsbek scrisse: "Stiamo spingendo questo caso non per il nostro beneficio, ma in modo che tutti possano sentirsi al sicuro e non ha paura di essere picchiati o uccisi a causa della loro religione. Le persone ... sono molto paura di pensare sequela di Gesù. Si prega ... prega che la giustizia avrebbe regnato e che ci sarebbe la libertà, e non la paura, nel seguire Gesù ".
Il team non ha potuto continuare il loro lavoro per le ultime tre settimane, perché devono essere disponibili per l'ufficio del procuratore. Sono grato per il loro avvocato grassetto, così come altri che li sostengono nella preghiera. "Senza le vostre preghiere e incoraggiamenti e lettere, non avremmo avuto la forza di continuare", ha detto Narsbek.
Fonte: contatti VOM
Inviato: 9 lug 2012



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    [Satanic Sharia: killers criminal saudi arabia] [KYRGYZSTAN: TEAM ATTACKED!] A Christian worker in Kyrgyzstan has filed a case against a village Islamic leader who, along with a small mob, attacked the worker and his friends as they attempted to distribute humanitarian items in Ak-Kyia village. The case is of crucial importance for all Christians in Kyrgyzstan, who risk beatings or even death by local extremists even though they are officially protected by the law. Narsbek was invited by the school principle and several village leaders to distribute Samaritan's Purse shoe boxes in his home village of Ak-Kyia in the Naryn region of Kyrgyzstan. He and a team arrived in the village on the morning of April 11, 2012 in two vehicles. As they greeted the principal and other leaders, the village mullah (mosque leader) appeared with his students in tow.
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    [Satanic Sharia: killers criminal saudi arabia] [KYRGYZSTAN: TEAM ATTACKED!]He ordered the group to stop the distribution immediately. Instead, the principal directed the team to move their vehicles on to the school yard, and the mullah left. But a few moments later, he reappeared, this time with a group of about 20 young zealots with him. The mob shouted "Allahu Akbar" and rushed in to pummel the visiting Christians, flinging rocks through the air. They grabbed Narsbek and his brother-in-law, Marazat, pinning them to the ground to beat them. Narsbek was hit in the back of the head with a rock, and another attacker clenched his hands around his throat. "At that moment, I remembered how I used to encourage the young in faith to persevere even when it hurts. This was my test," Narsbek said. As he felt himself about to lose consciousness, he prepared himself to meet Jesus.
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    [Satanic Sharia: killers criminal saudi arabia] [KYRGYZSTAN: TEAM ATTACKED!] Unexpectedly, the grip on his neck loosened. His slight wife had fought through the mêlée to reach her husband and her brother and surprised them into releasing their holds. Narsbek and his wife scrambled through the crowd to reach their minivan. They slammed the vehicle into gear and drove out in a shower of rocks that damaged all but the minivan's windshield. Marazat and the other two team members also fled in the second vehicle, though the attackers pursued them for several kilometers. The remaining zealots collected the Samaritan's Purse shoe boxes and burned them in the school yard in front of the students and school staff. The distribution team notified local authorities of the incident, but police took no action.
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    [Satanic Sharia: killers criminal saudi arabia] [KYRGYZSTAN: TEAM ATTACKED!]Narsbek and Marazat were both treated at the hospital, but Narsbek still has remaining damage to his right eye, as well as reoccurring headaches. His wife has been under constant stress since the incident. The man who attacked them was same person who managed to put Narsbek in prison 14 years ago after he became a believer. He claimed Narsbek was injecting people with a special drug, then "programming" them to become Christians. He even produced a false witness, and Narsbek spent a year in prison. For his zeal in the fight against infidels, the mullah was promoted. Narsbek decided to file a case against the mullah to prompt authorities to act, but even that didn't get results until Narsbek and his family got a lawyer from another city to come speak to the local state attorney, police and village leaders.
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    [Satanic Sharia: killers criminal saudi arabia] [KYRGYZSTAN: TEAM ATTACKED!]The lawyer reminded the local officials that Kyrgystan's new president had stated it was important not to have conflict over ethnic or religious issues and that the country's laws must be followed. Kyrgyzstan's laws do promise to uphold religious freedom, but in practice these laws are not always followed. Believers face property destruction, intimidation and physical harm regularly. The 2009 Religion Law requires churches to seek registration, which is often denied. A proposed amendment to the law would further limit and censor any religious literature imported, stored or distributed in the country. It appears that Narsbek's case will go all the way to the country's Supreme Court.
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    [Satanic Sharia: killers criminal saudi arabia] [KYRGYZSTAN: TEAM ATTACKED!]Narsbek wrote, "We are pushing this case not for our own benefit, but so that everyone will feel safe and not afraid of being beaten or killed because of their religion. People... are very afraid to think about following Jesus. ... Please pray that justice would reign and that there would be freedom, and not fear, in following Jesus." The team has not been able to continue their work for the last three weeks because they have to be available to the prosecutor's office. They are thankful for their bold lawyer, as well as others who are supporting them in prayer. "Without your prayers and encouragement and letters, we would not have had the strength to continue," said Narsbek. Source: VOM contacts. Posted: July 9, 2012
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    [Satanic Sharia] (IRAN: PASTOR'S SENTENCE UPHELD) Iran's Revolutionary Court recently upheld Pastor Farshid Fathi's six-year sentence for "political offenses," forcing him to complete a prison term that began more than 18 months ago. Farshid was arrested in December 2010 for his Christian work, but authorities continue to cast his activities as political offenses. He has become much beloved among inmates in Tehran's Evin prison, according to Elam Ministries. Source: Elam Ministries. "This move once again displays great injustice towards Christians in Iran," Reverend Sam Yeghnazar of Elam Ministries wrote. "However, Farshid is a man after God's own heart, and God will be faithful to him." Farshid's trial had been repeatedly postponed by judicial authorities until earlier this year. To pay his bail, Farshid's wife, Leila, relinquished the deed to their home, but Farshid was never released. The couple has two children.
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    [Satanic Sharia] (IRAN: PASTOR'S SENTENCE UPHELD)According to Elam, Farshid's lawyer was denied full access to the case until a few days before trial. Farshid was convicted for allegedly being the chief agent of foreign organization in Iran and for administering funds for foreign organizations, a charge often used to arrest and convict Christians. Elam, a ministry founded by Iranian church leaders in 1988 to serve the growing Iranian church, reports that Farshid has ministered to others in the prison. The son of a Muslim religious leader publicly commented on Farshid's sweet nature in a YouTube video. Pray for Farshid's endurance as he continues to bring light to those in Evin prison during the remainder of his sentence. Continue to pray for his early release and that his testimony will encourage other Christians throughout Iran. Sources: Elam Ministries, Christian Solidarity Worldwide Posted: July 5, 2012
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KYRGYZSTAN: TEAM ATTACKED

A Christian worker in Kyrgyzstan has filed a case against a village Islamic leader who, along with a small mob, attacked the worker and his friends as they attempted to distribute humanitarian items in Ak-Kyia village. The case is of crucial importance for all Christians in Kyrgyzstan, who risk beatings or even death by local extremists even though they are officially protected by the law.
Narsbek was invited by the school principle and several village leaders to distribute Samaritan’s Purse shoe boxes in his home village of Ak-Kyia in the Naryn region of Kyrgyzstan. He and a team arrived in the village on the morning of April 11, 2012 in two vehicles. As they greeted the principal and other leaders, the village mullah (mosque leader) appeared with his students in tow. He ordered the group to stop the distribution immediately. Instead, the principal directed the team to move their vehicles on to the school yard, and the mullah left.
But a few moments later, he reappeared, this time with a group of about 20 young zealots with him. The mob shouted “Allahu Akbar” and rushed in to pummel the visiting Christians, flinging rocks through the air. They grabbed Narsbek and his brother-in-law, Marazat, pinning them to the ground to beat them. Narsbek was hit in the back of the head with a rock, and another attacker clenched his hands around his throat.
“At that moment, I remembered how I used to encourage the young in faith to persevere even when it hurts. This was my test,” Narsbek said. As he felt himself about to lose consciousness, he prepared himself to meet Jesus.
Unexpectedly, the grip on his neck loosened. His slight wife had fought through the mêlée to reach her husband and her brother and surprised them into releasing their holds. Narsbek and his wife scrambled through the crowd to reach their minivan. They slammed the vehicle into gear and drove out in a shower of rocks that damaged all but the minivan’s windshield. Marazat and the other two team members also fled in the second vehicle, though the attackers pursued them for several kilometers.
The remaining zealots collected the Samaritan’s Purse shoe boxes and burned them in the school yard in front of the students and school staff.
The distribution team notified local authorities of the incident, but police took no action. Narsbek and Marazat were both treated at the hospital, but Narsbek still has remaining damage to his right eye, as well as reoccurring headaches. His wife has been under constant stress since the incident.
The man who attacked them was same person who managed to put Narsbek in prison 14 years ago after he became a believer. He claimed Narsbek was injecting people with a special drug, then “programming” them to become Christians. He even produced a false witness, and Narsbek spent a year in prison. For his zeal in the fight against infidels, the mullah was promoted.
Narsbek decided to file a case against the mullah to prompt authorities to act, but even that didn’t get results until Narsbek and his family got a lawyer from another city to come speak to the local state attorney, police and village leaders. The lawyer reminded the local officials that Kyrgystan’s new president had stated it was important not to have conflict over ethnic or religious issues and that the country’s laws must be followed.
Kyrgyzstan’s laws do promise to uphold religious freedom, but in practice these laws are not always followed. Believers face property destruction, intimidation and physical harm regularly. The 2009 Religion Law requires churches to seek registration, which is often denied. A proposed amendment to the law would further limit and censor any religious literature imported, stored or distributed in the country.
It appears that Narsbek’s case will go all the way to the country’s Supreme Court. Narsbek wrote, “We are pushing this case not for our own benefit, but so that everyone will feel safe and not afraid of being beaten or killed because of their religion. People… are very afraid to think about following Jesus. … Please pray that justice would reign and that there would be freedom, and not fear, in following Jesus.”
The team has not been able to continue their work for the last three weeks because they have to be available to the prosecutor’s office. They are thankful for their bold lawyer, as well as others who are supporting them in prayer. “Without your prayers and encouragement and letters, we would not have had the strength to continue,” said Narsbek.
Source: VOM contacts
Posted: July 9, 2012