Skip to comments.Ex imam convert to Catholicism almost killed ( Bangladesh )
Posted on 04/05/2012 3:33:25 PM PDT by george76
Muslim leader first becomes Presbyterian abroad. After meeting a Catholic woman, he marries her and converts to her religion. Back in Bangladesh, he is totally rejected by his community. Despite the violence and social banishment, his faith remains strong: "I believe in Christ. I welcomed him" for "he is my saviour".
His journey towards conversion began abroad, far from Bangladesh. It led him first to baptism in the Presbyterian Church. After that, he fell in love with a Catholic woman, married her and then converted to her faith. Once they were back in Bangladesh, Vincent and his wife were welcomed by threats and violence. Members of his community beat him almost to death.
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Now this is the kind of story I want to hear more of — and expect to. More and more.
An eye for an eye type justice is called for. Beat upon the Muslim heads that did this until the recant or they stop moving.
Dude, take a hint. Get out of that open sewer. We don’t mind sincere hardworking focused Christian immigrants, especially since you obviously aren’t going to be causing a lot of chain-immigration of your relatives who would just kill you.
I hope this man and his wife can find a safe place. Perhaps the United States can give him asylum.
Get these people a safe haven in a Christian country.
The current State Dept crowd wouldn't consider him any sort of refugee from religious persecution because if they did so, they'd have to list every Iz Lame Ick country as being the same sort of threat to Christians and others who aren't Mooze Lame or who convert from Iz Lame to something else. Now, if he's a queer, no problem at all for him to come here.
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