Another Anti-Muhammad filmmaker could be deported to Pakistan to face an imminent death

John-Pierre Maeli
After being granted asylum in Spain to escape threats to his life, Imram Farasat, might be deported back to Pakistan.

Why would he be deported after being granted asylum?  Well it's all because he had the guts to voice his opinion.  More specifically, he created a film on Mohammad titled, "The Innocent Prophet" which goes through Muhammad's life and reveals the real Muhammad.

Now most of you who are familiar with Islam know the true story of Muhammad, but for many Muslims and non-informed individuals the truth can be revolting to say the least.  And that's what happened to Farasat. The simple act of speaking out against Islam has put Farasat in a dangerous situation.

If he is sent back to Pakistan he will most likely be assaulted or killed by those who don't take criticism of Islam lightly.  Even his attorney, Same Nunberg, fears for his life.

Farasat has, in addition to creating an anti-Muhammad film, also described Islam as "political dictatorship which persecutes and teaches to persecute."  He has also spoken out against such persecution saying that:

Christians are being persecuted in Islamic countries to the maximum level of suffering and torture and Islam is trying to invade the Western world and kill our values... It is time that citizens of the Western world should stand up and speak the truth against something that is wrong.  The Bible teaches us to speak the truth in any situation.  And for me the truth is that Islam is a man-made religion which was created in order to govern the world.  It has several contradictions in itself.  It teaches killing (Jihad), [hatred of] non-Muslims, [discrimination against] women, rule the world at any price, etc.

The fact that Imram Farasat might be deported back to Pakistan shows the complete lack of concern that the Spanish authorities have for Imram's security.  But then again, most government authorities don't want to realize the fact that some Muslims can actually be a danger to non-Muslims.  Denial is never healthy, especially when it comes to someone's life.


John-Pierre Maeli writes weekly on his blog, The Political Informer. You can learn more by following him on Google+


After being granted asylum in Spain to escape threats to his life, Imram Farasat, might be deported back to Pakistan.

Why would he be deported after being granted asylum?  Well it's all because he had the guts to voice his opinion.  More specifically, he created a film on Mohammad titled, "The Innocent Prophet" which goes through Muhammad's life and reveals the real Muhammad.

Now most of you who are familiar with Islam know the true story of Muhammad, but for many Muslims and non-informed individuals the truth can be revolting to say the least.  And that's what happened to Farasat. The simple act of speaking out against Islam has put Farasat in a dangerous situation.

If he is sent back to Pakistan he will most likely be assaulted or killed by those who don't take criticism of Islam lightly.  Even his attorney, Same Nunberg, fears for his life.

Farasat has, in addition to creating an anti-Muhammad film, also described Islam as "political dictatorship which persecutes and teaches to persecute."  He has also spoken out against such persecution saying that:

Christians are being persecuted in Islamic countries to the maximum level of suffering and torture and Islam is trying to invade the Western world and kill our values... It is time that citizens of the Western world should stand up and speak the truth against something that is wrong.  The Bible teaches us to speak the truth in any situation.  And for me the truth is that Islam is a man-made religion which was created in order to govern the world.  It has several contradictions in itself.  It teaches killing (Jihad), [hatred of] non-Muslims, [discrimination against] women, rule the world at any price, etc.

The fact that Imram Farasat might be deported back to Pakistan shows the complete lack of concern that the Spanish authorities have for Imram's security.  But then again, most government authorities don't want to realize the fact that some Muslims can actually be a danger to non-Muslims.  Denial is never healthy, especially when it comes to someone's life.


John-Pierre Maeli writes weekly on his blog, The Political Informer. You can learn more by following him on Google+