Pakistan: Muslims brutally beat Christian teen and leave him for dead after he beat a Muslim in arm-wrestling match
Monday, August 20, 2018
Jihad Watch : “A Choora (a derogatory word used for Christians) defeats a Muslim is unbearable, I will teach him a lesson.” “The Christian community is already living in a constant fear.” But not a peep from the international human rights organizations.
After all, nothing serious such as “Islamophobia” is being committed. “Sheikhupura’s Christian teen relentlessly beaten over arm wrestling defeat,” by Madeeha Bakhsh, Christians In Pakistan, August 16, 2018 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
18-year-old Pakistani Christian was brutally beaten by a
gang of Muslims, over arm wrestling match. The incident unfolded on
August 2, when the victim Vishal Masih, resident of Nabipur village in
Sheikhupura District landed into trouble after he repeatedly defeated a
Muslim boy in arm wrestling matches.
Details emerged that just a day before the incident; Vishal defeated a
Muslim boy in arm wrestling match. The boy belonged to an influential
family. Several defeats incensed the boy who started verbally abusing
Vishal and Christian community saying that how could a boy from dirty
community defeat him. “A Choora (a derogatory word used for Christians)
defeats a Muslim is unbearable, I will teach him a lesson.”
As soon as the match was over, Vishal left for his house. While he
was on his way, a gang chased him and started beating him. The
assailants brutally beat him, afterwards attacked his house beating his
family members too…. Vishal survived the attack; however the attackers left him thinking
he was dead.
After some time, the attackers kidnapped Vishal who was
critically injured. They kept him at his residence and beat him third
time, leaving him in critical condition. After being beaten three times,
injured Vishal was taken to the hospital where he was admitted….
A local Churchman Pastor Mushtaq told International Christian
Council: “The Christian community is already living in a constant fear
and these sorts of incidents develop insecurity and detachment from this
Islamic country or society which is sad to note.”