Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Christian Graves Being Removed to Purify Gaza

Reverend Majed El Shafie, President of One Free World International, reports that bodies from Christian graves in Gaza are being removed and burned to purify the land.

El Shafie, 32, was born in Cairo to a distinguished Muslim family of lawyers and judges. Through a Christian friend he was exposed at an early age to hatred toward the Christian minority in Egypt.  He decided to convert to Christianity, wrote a book about it and as a result became an outcast and a victim of oppression.  In 1998 he was arrested, imprisoned, tortured and condemned to death.

El Shafie managed to escape, fled to the Sinai, where a Beduin family hid him for two months, and crossed the Israeli border on a jet-ski. He was arrested in Israel and was imprisoned for over a year in Beersheba, until he was released through the assistance of the UN, Amnesty International and the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem, which managed to obtain political asylum for El Shafie in Canada, where he emigrated. He founded OFWI in 2004.

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