Christians in Crisis posted a story from another link that Asia Bibi's accuser is is recanting his charge against this sister. Initially he was driven by anger toward his wife and other village women to lodge a blasphemy charge against her. Now in a guilty conscience the accuser is saying his blasphemy charge against her is false. However the Islamic extremist still want her dead and want her accuser to not change his story. This sister still needs our prayers.I would ask someone with more nohow to please bring the links over for the full story.Blaine Scogin
This is some good news, Brother Blaine. Thank you for reporting!What website is it that you need the link for?As long as my signal holds - I'd be glad to post it.Bless your faithfulness to the ministry to the persecuted. In Christ The Solid Rock we stand - all other ground is sinking sand.
Yes Blaine, thank you!browny
Pakistan (MNN) ― The case of Asia Bibi, the Pakistan Christian mother-of-five who was sentenced to death for alleged blasphemy, has taken an extraordinary turn. According to a story monitored by the ASSIST News Service, Qari Salam, who accused Bibi of blasphemy charges which resulted in a jail sentence and possible hanging, is reported to have "ostensibly" regretted filing a blasphemy charge against the impoverished Christian woman. "The source of his guilt: realization that the case was not based on facts but on hyped religious emotions and personal bias of some village women, including his wife," said the story posted at: Bibi has been languishing in Sheikhupura jail since a sessions court gave her a death sentence for insulting Prophet Muhammad. http://www.topix.com/forum/religion/islam/T72AF1K9C8RL3C6TG Qari, according to some of his close friends, was now thinking of not pursuing the case anymore and expressed his desire to some of his friends, only to find himself in a difficult situation when activists of an Islamic religious organization "convinced" him not to change his mind. "We will chase her through hell. Don't worry about the money, hiring best lawyers," Salam told The Express Tribune, quoting the son of Khatm-e-Nabuwat's London chapter's leader. The leader's son flew to Nankana from London after hearing that Salam might not go to Lahore High Court (LHC) when the review petition against Asia's conviction is taken up. About Pakistan Primary Language: UrduPrimary Religion: IslamEvangelical: 0.6%More News About PakistanInfo About PakistanData from the Joshua ProjectThis Story in Audiohttp://www.mnnonline.org/article/16740
Thank you UntoBabes! Those are good links to keep on hand. Thank you.I found Blaine's Source. http://christiansincrisis.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=category§ionid=1&id=1&Itemid=37- story on their list.