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Song for 11 yr old Rimsha Masih facing death in Pakistan

Postby Bill Whatcott » Thu Aug 30, 2012 10:09 pm



The latest victim of Pakistan's blasphemy laws, is an 11 year old girl suffering from Downs Syndrome. Rimshah Masih screamed pitifully as she was brutally snatched from her mother by an angry mob intent on killing her. Burnt religious texts had been mischievously planted in a bag she was carrying. We call on the Pakistani Government to take action to stop the ongoing discrimination, persecution and hatred towards minorities living there. We call on the British Government the EU and the UN to intervene on behalf of this poor child and to bring about her freedom.

To bring an end to hatred towards minority faiths in conservative Pakistan and to defend otherwise helpless victims like Rimsha please sign the petition below:

This petition will be sent to the Pakistan High Commission, 10 Downing Street, EU Parliament and UN headquarters.

The petition for Rimsha is here:

http://www.petitionbuzz.com/petitions/freerimshamasih

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Re: Song for 11 yr old Rimsha Masih facing death in Pakistan

Postby Bill Whatcott » Thu Aug 30, 2012 11:06 pm

Please pray for Rimshah Masih and consider signing this petition. Maybe we should also write our elected representatives. My American friends should urge their Muslim/ Marxist President to speak up at least as loudly for this girl, who is very young, cognitively impaired, and completely innocent; as he did for the three anarchist/ punk women in Russia, who belong to a punk rock group named "Pussy Riot."The Pussy Riot women got thrown in jail after they stormed a Christian church in Moscow and put on a lewd and blasphemous show on the alter. These women also have burning a police cruiser, multiple incidents of committing indecent sex acts in public and french kissing on duty female police officers without consent on their rap sheets. Obama thought jailing the Pussy Riot girls for two years was "too harsh." Surely Obama would find jailing an 11 year old girl for Blasphemy and calling for her death, as mobs of Muslims have done as being too harsh too!
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Re: Song for 11 yr old Rimsha Masih facing death in Pakistan

Postby SaintNobody » Thu Aug 30, 2012 11:24 pm

I feel a little mean but... the picture does not show a girl suffering from Down Syndrome... it just feels fishy.
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Re: Song for 11 yr old Rimsha Masih facing death in Pakistan

Postby Bill Whatcott » Fri Aug 31, 2012 11:52 pm

SaintNobody wrote:I feel a little mean but... the picture does not show a girl suffering from Down Syndrome... it just feels fishy.


No, nothing fishy is here. I am a supporter of Wilson Chowdry, the man who brought her case to light. He runs a highly credible ministry in the UK fighting for Pakistani Christians. Anyways, here is a secular news agency talking about this poor girl's plight. Severe Downs Syndrom shows, but I have looked after mild cases, where they look fine from a distance, but you know they are mentally challenged when you talk to them.....


Court extends Rimsha’s remand for 14 days
South Asian News Agency (SANA) ⋅
August 31, 2012
http://www.sananews.net/english/court-e ... r-14-days/

ISLAMABAD, (SANA): The 14-year-old Christian girl, who has been charged with blasphemy after allegedly burning papers containing Quranic verses, has been sent to jail on 14-days judicial remand on Friday.

Rimsha Masih was presented in the judicial magistrate’s court on Friday amid tight security. During the hearing of the case, no lawyer appeared to represent Rimsha Masih while her family was also absent from the court. The investigating officer told the court that investigation from Rimsha has not yet concluded, therefore, he pleaded for more time.

The court extended her remand for 14 days and instructed the officer to present the challan as early as possible.

Rimsha was arrested in a poor suburb of Islamabad on August 16 after a neighbor accused her of burning papers containing verses from the Quran, in breach of Pakistan’s strict blasphemy laws.

Her case has prompted concern from Western governments and anger from rights campaigners, who say the legislation is often abused to settle personal vendettas.

She arrived at court for the unannounced remand hearing in an armored police van amid tight security, guarded by heavily-armed commandos and covered with a white sheet to conceal her face.

“She was produced in the court of a magistrate where we requested an extension of 14 days in her judicial remand,” Munir Jafri, a police officer investigating Rimsha’s case said.

“We wanted more time for further investigation and the court accepted our request.”

Another hearing is scheduled for Saturday to decide on a bail application and whether to accept a medical report that said Rimsha is 14 years old, which would mean her case, would be treated under juvenile law, and has a mental age below her actual age. Some reports have said she has Down’s syndrome.

Tahir Naveed Chaudhry, one of Rimsha’s lawyers confirmed to AFP that Rimsha was produced on Friday and remanded for a further 14 days, while Shamaun Alfred Gill, a spokesman for All Pakistan Minorities Alliance (APMA) said Friday’s hearing was a “routine procedure”.

Blasphemy is an extremely sensitive subject in Pakistan, where 97 percent of the 180 million populations are Muslims, and allegations of desecrating the Quran or insulting Islam often provoke public fury.

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Re: Song for 11 yr old Rimsha Masih facing death in Pakistan

Postby Bill Whatcott » Sat Sep 01, 2012 12:00 am

Here is the news right out of Pakistan....

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Blasphemy: Imam accuses Rimsha Masih of ‘conspiracy’
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Published: August 25, 2012

Read more: http://www.lhrtimes.com/2012/08/25/blas ... z25C9DUBxS

SLAMABAD: A Pakistani cleric who handed over a young Christian girl to police on blasphemy charges after she burned papers containing Koranic verses said Friday what she did was a “conspiracy” to insult Muslims.

Hafiz Mohammed Khalid Chishti, the imam of the mosque in the poor Islamabad suburb of Mehrabad, insisted he had saved the girl, Rimsha, from mob violence by handing her to police but said the incident arose because Muslims had not stopped local Christians’ “anti-Islam activities” earlier.

Rimsha was arrested and remanded in custody for a fortnight last Thursday after being accused of burning pages from a children’s religious instruction book, which were inscribed with verses from the Muslim holy text.

The youngster reportedly suffers from Down’s Syndrome and her treatment has prompted outrage from rights groups and concern from Western governments, but Chishti insisted she was fully aware of what she was doing.

“The girl who burnt the Koran has no mental illness and is a normal girl,” Chishti told AFP.

“She did it knowingly, this is a conspiracy and not a mistake. She confessed what she did.”

Under the Islamic republic’s strict blasphemy laws, insulting the prophet Mohammed is punishable by death and burning a sacred text by life imprisonment, though rights groups say the legislation is often abused to settle personal vendettas.

Chishti claimed the local Christian community had previously caused antagonism by playing music in services at their makeshift church during Muslim prayer time and said burning the pages was deliberate.

“They committed this crime to insult us further. This happened because we did not stop their anti-Islam activities before,” he said.

“Last Christmas, they played musical instruments and there was vulgarity in the streets during our prayers time. I warned them but they did not stop.”

During his sermon at Friday prayers Chishti told worshippers it was “time for Muslims to wake up” and protect the Koran.

Around 97 percent of Pakistan’s 180 million population are Muslim and the country’s tiny Christian minority has long suffered discrimination and poverty.

Mehrabad is home to around 500 Christian families but many fled after the page-burning, fearing a repeat of a 2009 incident in Gojra, in Punjab province, in which young Muslim radicals burned Christian houses, killing seven, after a rumour that a page from the Koran had been desecrated during a wedding.

Chishti said that on the day of the incident he went to Rimsha’s home after people showed him the papers she had burned, and he found an angry crowd outside and three or four Muslim women attacking her.

“Some women were beating her and other people were trying to break her arms when I rescued her,” he said.

Chishti said the girl confessed to burning the pages and insisted he had averted major violence by handing her over to police.

“People were demanding to burn their house, but I went to police and called them to avoid a major incident,” he said.

“I had the Gojra incident in my mind, when Muslims burnt the whole Christians’ colony. I did not want to repeat that.”

Police have registered a case against more than 150 people for damaging property during the protest after the incident but Chishti insisted nobody from the area was involved.

“I did not invite people to protest against the Christians. The people who protested against the incident were from some other area,” he said.

“The cleric who announced on loud speaker was also from another mosque and he did it outside this village. We have no link to that.”

Rimsha had been due to appear in court to answer charges on Saturday, but investigating police officer Zabihullah and Rimsha’s lawyer Tahir Naveed Chaudhry said the hearing was now expected on August 31.
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Re: Song for 11 yr old Rimsha Masih facing death in Pakistan

Postby evolution8 » Sat Sep 01, 2012 8:08 am

There's an inconsistency about her age from the news agencies but nevertheless, I believe she doesn't deserve to be persecuted so I signed the petition.
May God have mercy on her! pray1
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Re: Song for 11 yr old Rimsha Masih facing death in Pakistan

Postby Ebedmelech » Mon Sep 03, 2012 12:07 pm

Muslim cleric accused of framing Christian girl for burning Koran could face blasphemy charge

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Aug. 27, 2012 - Pakistani Christians from a neighborhood where a girl was arrested on alleged blasphemy charges pray in a clearing of an urban forest in Islamabad, Pakistan. (AP)

SLAMABAD – Pakistani police say they are investigating whether a Muslim cleric who allegedly tried to frame a Christian girl for blasphemy should be charged with insulting Islam himself.

Police officer Munir Jafferi says officials registered the blasphemy case against Khalid Chisti on Monday.

Police arrested Chisti on Saturday after a member of the cleric's mosque accused him of stashing pages of a Koran in a Christian girl's bag to make it seem like she burned the Islamic holy book. He has denied the allegation.

Jafferi says Chisti could be sentenced to life in prison if he is convicted of desecrating the Koran.

The Christian girl's lawyer, Tahir Naveed Chaudhry, says his client will remain in prison until at least Friday after her bail hearing was delayed for the second time Monday.

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Re: Song for 11 yr old Rimsha Masih facing death in Pakistan

Postby Bill Whatcott » Mon Sep 03, 2012 12:33 pm

Thanks for the update Ebedmelech,

Maybe some rare justice on this earth will happen for this poor Christian girl after all........ :daydreaming:

I will ask everyone who reads this to continue to pray for Rimsha.... pray1
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Postby evolution8 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 8:32 pm

Still praying for Rimsha and her family..... pray1
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Postby evolution8 » Tue Sep 04, 2012 7:48 pm

600 Christian Families Flee after Pakistan Blasphemy Laws used to Arrest Young Christian Girl

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Postby evolution8 » Tue Sep 04, 2012 7:56 pm

Pakistani cleric faces possible blasphemy charge
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By ASIF SHAHZAD, Associated Press – 1 day ago

ISLAMABAD (AP)
— Pakistani police are investigating whether a Muslim cleric who allegedly tried to frame a Christian girl for blasphemy should be charged with insulting Islam himself and potentially face life in prison, a police officer said Monday.

Khalid Chisti was arrested Saturday after a member of his mosque accused him of stashing pages of a Quran in a Christian girl's bag to make it seem like she burned the Islamic holy book. He allegedly planted the evidence to push Christians out of his neighborhood in Islamabad. He has denied the allegations.

The case has generated significant international attention because of reports that the girl is as young as 11 and is mentally handicapped.

Human rights activists have long criticized Pakistan's harsh blasphemy laws, saying they are misused to persecute non-Muslims and settle personal vendettas. They have hailed Chisti's arrest as unprecedented and hope it will prevent false blasphemy accusations in the future.

More immediately, they have called for the release of the Christian girl, who has been held in prison for over two weeks.

She will remain in jail until at least Friday after her bail hearing was postponed for a second time Monday, said her lawyer, Tahir Naveed Chaudhry. The court adjourned the hearing until then because of a lawyers' strike, he said.

Police registered a blasphemy case against Chisti on Monday for allegedly desecrating the Quran, said police officer Munir Jafferi. If he is charged by a court and convicted, he could face life in prison, said Jafferi.

A separate section of Pakistan's blasphemy laws says insulting Islam's Prophet Muhammed carries the death penalty.

Police are also contemplating leveling additional charges against Chisti, such as fraud, planting evidence and making false allegations, said Jafferi.

Police arrested the girl from her neighborhood in Islamabad over two weeks after an angry mob of several hundred appeared at a local police station, demanding action against her for alleged blasphemy. Police said at the time that they took her into custody partly to protect her from potential harm.

People accused of blasphemy, even those who aren't convicted, often face vigilante justice by outraged Pakistanis. A Pakistani man accused of blasphemy in July was dragged from a police station in the center of the country, beaten to death and his body set on fire.

Christians in the girl's neighborhood left the area en masse as soon as the accusations surfaced, fearing retribution from their Muslim neighbors.

The Associated Press has withheld the girl's name because it does not generally identify juveniles under 18 who are accused of crimes.

The girl's supporters say she is 11 years old and has Down syndrome; a medical board said she was about 14 and that her mental age didn't match her physical age.

Associated Press writer Zarar Khan contributed to this report.

Want to make a difference in this story? You can sign ICC's petition calling for the immediate release and safekeeping of Rimsha today! Lend your voice by clicking here.
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Postby Ebedmelech » Fri Sep 07, 2012 8:14 am

Pakistan: Christian girl accused of blasphemy granted bail
Posted by Robert Spencer Jihad Watch on September 7, 2012 4:28 AM

Now who will protect her from raging Muslim mobs avid for her blood? "Christian girl granted bail in Pakistan Islam defamation case," by Aisha Chowdhry for Reuters, September 7 (thanks to David):

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - A Christian girl arrested in Pakistan for defaming Islam was granted bail on Friday, a judge said, days after police detained a Muslim cleric on suspicion of planting evidence to frame her in a case that caused an international outcry.

Masih, believed to be 14, may be in danger if she is set free and stays in Pakistan. Her arrest last month angered religious and secular groups worldwide but protests in Pakistan attracted only a handful of supporters.

In Muslim Pakistan, the mere allegation of causing offence to Islam can mean death. Those accused under an anti-blasphemy law are sometimes lynched by the public even if they are found innocent by the courts....

Last year, Punjab province governor Salman Taseer was shot dead by his bodyguard for suggesting the law be reformed. Lawyers hailed Taseer's killer as a hero, tossing rose petals at him after he was arrested.

Taseer had been defending a Christian woman, Asia Bibi, who was jailed on blasphemy charges. She is still in jail on death row.

Two months after Taseer's murder, Minister for Minorities Shahbaz Bhatti, a Christian, was killed by the Taliban for demanding changes to the law.

Critics of Pakistan's leaders say they are too worried about an extremist backlash to speak out against the law in a nation where religious conservatism is increasingly prevalent.

Christians, who make up four percent of Pakistan's population of 180 million, have been especially concerned about the blasphemy law, saying it offers them no protection.

Convictions hinge on witness testimony and are often linked to vendettas, they complain.

In 2009, 40 houses and a church were set ablaze by a mob of 1,000 Muslims in the town of Gojra, in Punjab province. At least seven Christians were burnt to death. The attacks were triggered by reports of the desecration of the Koran.

Two Christian brothers accused of writing a blasphemous letter against the Prophet Mohammad were gunned down outside a court in the eastern city of Faisalabad in July of 2010.
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Re: Song for 11 yr old Rimsha Masih facing death in Pakistan

Postby Bill Whatcott » Fri Sep 07, 2012 9:27 pm

Dear God

Please keep Masih and her family safe. I would ask Lord that a nation with religious freedom will open up their hearts and border that this girl and her family can emigrate and be safe......

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Postby Ebedmelech » Sat Sep 08, 2012 9:24 am

Freed Pakistani Christian girl accused of blasphemy will need armored vehicle, bodyguards
( Robert Spencer -Jihad Watch)
Pakistan should be an international pariah for its blasphemy laws. But the world "human rights community" is too busy issuing bogus condemnations of Israel to pay any attention to this. "Freed Pakistani Christian girl 'will need armoured vehicle to protect her,'" by Jon Boone in the Guardian, September 7 (thanks to all who sent this in):

A lawyer representing a Pakistani Christian girl accused of desecrating the Qur'an who was granted bail on Friday said he will not push for her to be released from jail until her security can be guaranteed.

He claimed that Rimsha Masih, the 14-year-old accused by a neighbour of committing an act of blasphemy last month, will require an armoured vehicle and a substantial number of bodyguards to protect her.

"The prime concern of the defence team is her safety and her life," said Raja Ikram, one of the lead defence lawyers in a case that has put Pakistan's controversial blasphemy laws under intense scrutiny.

He added: "She is at grave risk in the sense that the people who managed this whole drama and fabricated the evidence against her most certainly wish her harm."

In addition to security concerns more time is needed to arrange a surety bond of more than £6,000, he said.

Rimsha became the first person ever accused of blasphemy to win bail after a morning of heated legal arguments in a hot, overcrowded courtroom in Islamabad, in large part due to the extraordinary turn of events in the case.

Earlier this week, more than two weeks after Rimsha was first arrested, new witnesses came forward alleging she had been framed by the head of the local mosque in the impoverished neighbourhood where a Christian minority live.

The mullah was accused by his own deputies of adding pages torn from the Qur'an to a plastic bag of burned refuse that Rimsha had been seen carrying near her home on 16 August.

Locals said the bag contained charred sacred texts from the Qur'an. It is alleged that the mullah, Hafiz Mohammed Khalid Chishti, then added additional pages from the Qur'an in order to strengthen the evidence against her.

People living in the neighbourhood of Mehrabadi said Chishti helped to whip up anti-Christian sentiment in the town and then publicly welcomed the mass departure of hundreds of Christians who fled for other parts of Islamabad.

Individuals accused of blasphemy have been killed by vigilante groups in the past, including one case last year when a mob swarmed on a police station in Punjab, pulled out a suspect in a case and burned him in the street.

Ikram said Rimsha was at risk even though he acknowledged the girl had received unprecedented support from senior Muslim clerics who spoke out in her favour and even pledged to protect her.

Weeks after the arrest, relations between the Christian and Muslim communities in Mehrabadi are still strained.

Earlier in the week, Muslims living near Chishti's mosque spoke of their fury at the arrest of their imam, who they insisted had been framed.

"The truth is Rimsha did burn our prayers," said Mohammad Zaman Malik, an owner of a construction business. "She confessed and apologised in front of everyone."

He said the Muslim community had been unfairly portrayed by the media and that Rimsha was fully aware of her actions: "They say she is mentally retarded, but why would she be going house to house working if she had such a condition?"

Although many of the Christian families that initially fled the area have since returned, many others have come back simply to pack up and leave. They complain that they have been forced to close their tiny concrete churches – Chishti and others had long complained about the "noise" of their services – as well as being subject to derogatory name-calling and the refusal of some shopkeepers to sell them food.

On Wednesday one young Christian man was stacking up the contents of three of the single-room houses made of crumbling concrete that entire families rent from Muslim landlords for about £15 a month onto a small flatbed truck. It represented all of the belongings of three families, all of whom were departing for other areas of the capital.

"Many people are leaving," said Naeem Masih, a 20 year-old painter. "Rimsha was just the tip of acrimony that has been developing for a long time. The situation may be normal for the time being but it will reoccur."...

Critics have long said the laws, which carry the death penalty and long jail terms, are routinely abused with accusations levelled against innocent people in order to settle disputes....

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Re: Song for 11 yr old Rimsha Masih facing death in Pakistan

Postby evolution8 » Sat Sep 08, 2012 7:51 pm

This is such a relief for Rimsha and her family. May God continue to protect them from harm... :amen:

“Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of me. Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven, for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you."~Matthew 5:11-12


Pakistan blasphemy girl in dramatic prison release by helicopter
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Security officials surrounding Rimsha Masih, (C, green scarf) a Christian girl accused of blasphemy, move her to a helicopter after her release from Adyala jail in Rawalpindi September 8, 2012. A Pakistani military helicopter plucked a young Christian girl accused of blasphemy from a prison yard on Saturday and flew her to a secret location after she was granted bail. Live broadcasts showed heavily-armed police surrounding Rimsha Masih, believed to be no older than 14, covering her face with a green scarf as she walked to the helicopter. REUTERS/Stringer

By Katharine Houreld | Reuters – 11 hours ago

(Reuters) - A Pakistani military helicopter plucked a young Christian girl accused of blasphemy from a prison yard on Saturday and flew her to a secret location after she was granted bail.

Live broadcasts showed heavily-armed police surrounding Rimsha Masih, believed to be no older than 14, covering her face with a green scarf as she walked to the helicopter.

A judge granted Masih bail on Friday and her lawyers are applying to have charges that she burned pages from the Koran dismissed after a local cleric was detained on suspicion of planting false evidence to stir resentment against Christians.

Even before that arrest, Masih's case provoked international concern as she could face execution under Pakistan's blasphemy law despite her young age and reported mental problems.

The dramatic nature of Masih's release underlined the fear for her life.

The lawyer prosecuting her suggested she could be lynched if found not guilty. Blasphemy charges are frequently followed by deadly riots against minority communities.

Despite international condemnation, the blasphemy law still enjoys widespread support among ordinary Pakistanis.

Two high-ranking government officials who had suggested its reform were shot dead, one by his own bodyguard. Lawyers threw rose petals at that killer and the judge who convicted him was forced to flee the country.

The number of cases brought under the law is rising rapidly and rights groups fear it is mostly being used to settle personal vendettas.

Since 1987, there have been almost 250 blasphemy cases, according to Pakistani thinktank the Center for Research and Security Studies.

It said 52 people had been killed after being accused of blasphemy since 1990.

(Reporting By Katharine Houreld; Editing by Robin Pomeroy)
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