A support service for British Muslims who convert to Christianity is being set up in the UK.
Christian Concern says it’s launching the ‘Safe Haven’ project to offer help to people who have faced abuse after leaving Islam.
It will also offer confidential advice and support to those considering leaving Islam and may even help individuals to relocate.
Former Muslim Nissar described the treatment he and his family received in Bradford after he became a Christian, speaking on Premier’s ‘News Hour’, he said: “We were shunned, ex-communicated, maligned; we’ve had three cars written off at my pervious address.
“I mean we suffered for over seven years actually, and we were forced out of our last area. We’ve literally gone through a life and death situation.”
Co-founder of Christian Concern and member of the Safe Haven team, Pastor Ade Omooba, welcomed the initiative, saying: “The compassion of Jesus Christ drives us. Love demands that we do not turn a blind eye but stand with those who want to leave Islam. We want to see people set free from fear.
“At Christian Concern, we have heard of these appalling experiences too often. Something needs to be done.”
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