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Islamist extremist says he arrived in Canada to kill Asia Bibi

In the video, the individual pledges to send Bibi “to a terrible death” due to her alleged blasphemy against Islam.

A video has surfaced depicting a man claiming that he has arrived in Canada with the sole intention of killing Pakistani-Christian refugee Asia Bibi.

In the video, the individual pledges to send Bibi “to a terrible death” due to her alleged blasphemy against Islam.

“This message is for all the enemies of Islam and to the Jew government who helped her get out of Pakistan,” claims the unidentified man.

In the video, the man continues to sing a hymn to Allah, thanking him for the opportunity to die for his cause.

“To give Asia Bibi a terrible death and to send her to hell I also reached Canada last night. I am ready to die for the respect of Prophet Mohammed, and I will show that.”

True North was one of the first to report on Bibi’s harrowing journey and one of the loudest voices arguing for Canada to take in Bibi.

Bibi recently reached Canada after she was vindicated by Pakistan’s Supreme Court for the crime of blasphemy.

Originally, Bibi was sentenced to death for her alleged crimes until her case was overturned and acquitted upon further review.

Despite the supreme court’s decision, mobs of extremists throughout Pakistan were calling for her death to the point where she had to be put into protective custody. Religious leaders and politicians throughout Pakistan have continued to call for her execution despite the court’s decision.

The video, which was translated by the British Pakistani Christian Association (BPCA) is the latest development in Bibi’s case since she was freed from her former country.

Christians are currently a religious minority in Pakistan, where they make up less than 2%  of the population, while the majority of the country (97%) are practicing Muslims.

Asia Bibi arrived in Canada on May 8 to join family members who already reside in the country.

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