‘This Is Totally Underhanded of the UK’: Pakistani Christian in Fear for Life After Being Deported Back Home
Asher Samson, a Pakistani Christian who fought to stick in the UK, has been deported again to Pakistan. Samson, subsidized through 1000’s of Christians, tried to get the UK executive to permit him to stick after being threatened with execution through Islamic extremists in his house nation.
Samson’s pastor, Rev. Lorraine Shorten, despatched out an replace to supporters sharing the sudden information.
“We are very sad to tell our supporters that Asher Samson was deported back to Pakistan under cover of darkness on an un-chartered flight on Wednesday night. He was not informed of this by the Home Office. He has not had any interviews with the Home Office to describe or plead his case,” wrote Shorten.
“This is totally underhanded of the UK government,” she charged. “Asher is now back to square one and his life is in danger. Every day there are news reports of Christians in Pakistan being persecuted and killed for their religion.”
Samson were detained two times inside the previous few weeks as UK government tried to ship him again. They have been initially sending him house on Dec. 14, however Samson refused to head.
In an interview with The Independent, Samson shared he had “no one and nowhere to go” in his house town of Abbottabad. “If they do send me back my life will be really in danger. I’m so scared,” mentioned Samson. “People know who I am, they know I am a Christian and they have seen me on social media.”
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