Your accepting Rimsha Masih and her family as your own is a positive example to the rest of the Western world. All non-Muslim refugees from Islamic oppression should be welcomed with open arms. Anywhere there are Muslim majorities, there is discrimination, persecution and outright murder of their non-Muslim neighbors.
Welcome to Canada Rimsha Masih
By Tarek Fatah,Toronto Sun
First posted: Tuesday, July 02, 2013 06:43 PM EDT
Updated: Tuesday, July 02, 2013 06:50 PM EDT
Millions of Canadians across our country celebrated Canada Day on Monday. For most of us it was an annual holiday, full of fun, food, parties and music.
But few of us can match the joy and gratefulness displayed in a modest home somewhere in the Greater Toronto Area by a teenage girl, who has yet to become a Canadian.
At the stroke of the midnight hour as the date changed to July 1, this teenage girl stood up, said a prayer along with 15 of her family and friends, then cut a cake celebrating her first ever Canada Day.
This is no ordinary child, she is 15-year-old Rimsha Masih, the Pakistani-Christian girl who was accused of burning pages of the Qur’an and jailed, facing the death penalty under the country’s infamous blasphemy laws.
On August 16 last year, as she did every other day, Rimsha was collecting discarded paper from garbage in a slum near Islamabad, when a Muslim neighbour stopped her, claiming there were burned pages of an Islamic textbook in her plastic bag, and that this amounted to an “insult to Islam.” Shortly after the accusation, a Muslim mob went to Rimsha’s home and beat her up before police took the girl into custody, charging her with blasphemy.
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