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Save Asia Bibi! Thousands of people already signed petition to Polish government

Thousands of Polish people already signed petition to give a refuge for Pakistani Christian woman, Asia Bibi and her family. Poland still remains free from Muslim’s extremists actions, so we urge Polish government to bring Asia and her family to Poland. You can sign petition here.


Pakistani Christian, Asia Bibi spent last 8 years in prison. She was accused of blasphemy and thrown to jail, because – according to sources – she said: “Jesus died for me and for my sins, but what Muhammad did for people?” She spent many years in prison with death sentence. On October 31st 2018 r she was finally released.


But Supreme Court’s decision didn’t end woman’s suffering. Asia and her family constantly receive death threats from Muslim extremists. Against court’s decision many Pakistani people protested all over the country. They wanted Asia’s death. Under huge pressure, Pakistani government decided that Supreme Court is obliged to countercheck final sentence.


That is why we – the Catholics – must stand up and make absolute everything possible to save Asia and her family! Don’t wait until it’s too late!  Sign the petition to Polish government and help to open official procedure for bringing Asia to Poland, and give her a refuge she deserves!


With every passing hour, new Catholics join the action and sign petition. You can do it too!



DATA: 2018-11-07 15:19
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