Pakistan Prime Minster Imran Khan – “Jesus Has No Mention in Human History” – Social Media Hits Back

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on November 28, 2018

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OCP News Service – 28/11/18

Pakistan: The Oxford-educated Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Kahn has offended Christians by stating that Jesus Christ has no mention in human history. He made the controversial statement during the inaugural session of the Rahmatul-Lil-Alameen conference (gathering to mark Prophet Muhammad’s birth anniversary).

However, Twitterati (Twitter Users) hit back by educating him on Christianity and Jesus Christ. Moreover, Social media trolled Imran Khan for his foolish remark. Christian worldwide criticized the Pakistan Prime Minister for his bizarre and senseless remark. It is interesting to note that Jesus Christ is referred to in the Quran on 187 times and He is considered a prophet by Muslims.

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