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This is the status of non-Muslims living under Islamic law – brutal, bigoted, violent and supremacist. And this is what the leftist elites in the West demand we respect and submit to. They do. Joel Kaplan, the vice president for global public policy at Facebook, went to Pakistan and met with Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and  assured that Facebook would remove content critical of Islam. Tell it to this Christian teen, Kaplan.

Christian teenager killed by police officer and his cronies after beating Muslim teenager in fight

October 10, 2017, By, Wilson Chowdhry

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A Christian teenager of only 15 years was beaten to death by a group of six Policemen in a village called Jabbran district in Sheikhupura, Punjab, Pakistan.

Arslan Masih was an 8th grader at Government High School when two days ago he got into a fight at his school, with a Muslim boy whose uncle was a police officer. The fight was triggered because of the bullying and abuse the Muslim boy and his friends were directing towards Arslan. Arslan won the fight and thought that would be the end of his bullying as he had beaten the key instigator of the attacks on him, however he was mistaken.

On 9th October after hearing about the fight the Muslim boy’s uncle Constable Sardar Bilu arrived at Arslan’s school with five other policemen. The policemen confronted him about the altercation and asked how a Christian boy could dare to fight with a Muslim. Arslan apologised and asked for forgiveness, however the police did not accept his apology. Officers participating in this incident include Sub Inspector Imtiaz Constable Rashid, Constable Arshad, Volunteer Robin, and Volunteer Tanveer.

The policeman began forcing Arslan to leave the school grounds and go to the Police station with them, even though no crime had been committed.

Seeing the frightened boy being manhandled by police officers, an academy teacher Farhan Ali tried to intervene. However the teacher became the recipient of a tirade of abuse and was slapped several times. Brave Arslan at this point tried to stop the teacher getting beaten but in intervening became the target of the beatings. However he was beaten with lathis (long wooden truncheon) and the butts of the policemen’s guns. The brutal beating which was undertaken before students and teachers rendered Arslan unconcious and he was quickly taken to Babar Medical Clinic.

Despite the prompt carriage to the hospital Arslan was pronounced dead on arrival.

Yesterday the funeral of Arslan took place and our officer Naveed Aziz joined the family and prayed with them. He has offered to pay for the funeral and has offered a solicitor for which the family have shown great appreciation.

Brother of Arslan, Imtiaz, said:

“I have lost my younger brother a very intelligent boy. He got into a fight at school so he could stop the bullying he was receiving. Now he has been killed by lawmen who should be protecting him. Christians have no value in Pakistan but even then my family and I will pursue justice for Arslan.”

Naveed Aziz, said:

“In the space of two months two young men have been murdered at school, because they are Christians, and others have been targeted with false blasphemy allegations on social media. There seems to be no safe public space for Christian children to be educated when in the pursuit of a diploma they instead receive a funeral shroud.”

Wilson Chowdhry, Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association, said:

“The murder of another Christian teenage at his educational establishment is heartbreaking. When will this stop.”

“This incident reminds us that Christians have no hope in Pakistan. Despite what western nations think experts continue to place Pakistan above Mynamar and Syria for their intolerance and persecution of minorities.

“How many teenagers will have to die before western nations rethink their relationship with Pakistan. While the nation of Pakistan is treated with kid gloves because of perceived aly status in the war against terror. They themselves become the terrorists that we fear and export their violence globally.”

BPCA have initiated an appeal to help the family with legal costs to pursue justice and a safe house for the family. If you would like to donate please (click here)

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Naveed Aziz gave flowers to Ishtiaq Masih an older brother who is an officer with the Pakistani Navy


Hundreds attended the funeral of Arslan.


Sister Toshiba (25 yrs), Mother Suria Bibi (45 years), Broher Safiyan (22 years), and Brother Ishtiaq (21 years)

First Incident Report registered against the six policemen.

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