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    Hector Aleem was punished for saving the Church

     

    A Church was destroyed and Christian worshipers were brutally tortured by the Capital Development Authority with the help of Federal Police in the area of Chak Shahzad Islamabad. Christians approached Hector Aleem (Human Rights Activist) for help. Aleem then started a peaceful struggle for the Church and to save the lives of innocent Christian worshipers who were arrested without any charge. CDA and Federal Government did not like this, the letters they wrote were just a formality. Action was not taken against the culprits who were involved in demolishing the Church. The officials who destroyed the Church were very influential and were supported by Sunni Tehreek which is a terrorist organization. To save those officials, Government of Pakistan filed a false blasphemy case against Mr. Hector Aleem. Other false cases were also filed against him so that he cannot raise his voice for Christians again. He spent 4 years in prison during which he was tortured in worst way possible. Prison officials told him to convert to Islam but he never left His Lord Jesus Christ. Praise the Lord. Hallelujah

     

    The letters above are the evidence of our struggle for the Church and for the poor innocent Christians who were oppressed by the tyrants of Pakistani Government.

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