Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Jesus Brought Me Back to Life After Being Stabbed Nearly to Death : Ali Hasnain, THE COST

From the Christian Post: http://www.spiritdaily.com/A331pakistani.htm
Jesus Brought Me Back to Life After Being Stabbed Nearly to Death (Pt.1)
By Samuel Smith, CP Reporter
March 30, 2016|

Ali Hasnain
(Photo: Zondervan)
Ali Hasnain.
A Pakistani descendant of the Islamic prophet Muhammad who was nearly stabbed to death by radical Muslims and brought back to life by the power of Jesus Christ, has released a new book detailing the life-threatening extremism he escaped and his life on the run.
Ali Sayed Husnain Shah, who comes from a prominent Shia Muslim family with direct genealogical connection to Muhammad, details in new book, The Cost: My Life On a Terrorist Hit List, how he went from being a member of one of the most prestigious Islamic families in Lahore to an infidel being forced to move from city to city in order to escape the wrath of Wahabi radicals who sought to kill him.

The Cost: My Life on a Terrorist Hit List(Photo: Zondervan)
It all started when Ali, which is not his real name, was sent on a trip to Oxford, England, in 2007 at the age of 15 to visit his sick and elderly aunt Gulshan.
Days after arriving in the U.K., Ali made a remark about Christians and was told by his aunt's assistant that he better be careful about the way he talks about Christians and apostates and was informed that his aunt had left Islam for Christianity many years before he was born.
Having a hard time believing that his aunt would dishonor his prestigious Shia family by becoming a Christian, Ali eventually learned that his aunt had written a book about her conversion. He obtained a copy and read it so he could learn why his aunt would abandon her Muslim heritage.
After reading the book and still having trouble comprehending why she became a Christian, Ali decided to attend a church service with her one day so he could learn more.
While at the church service, the pastor asked the congregants, "who wants to see Jesus?"

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