Fatima Al-Mutairi (13/28)

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In August, a Muslim cleric and member of Saudi Arabia’s Commission of the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice killed his sister, 26-year-old Fatima Al-Mutairi, after she proclaimed her faith in Christ to her family in Buraydah, Saudi Arabia.  Fatima’s fellowship with other believers was mainly limited to internet forums and phone correspondence.  From VOMC contacts: “As part of her testimony to the family, she proclaimed that the way of Christ is the most pure and most holy way of all.  After sharing with her family, she found her brother in her room with her laptop open before him.  Her laptop contained notes about her spiritual journey, which he was searching in order to find more evidence against her.  Her brother locked her in the room for four hours, during which time she wrote a final letter on the internet.  Fatima was killed soon thereafter.”

Her poem…

“And We for the Sake of Christ All Things Bear”
Fatima Al-Mutairi

May the Lord Jesus guide you, Oh Muslims
And enlighten your hearts that you might love others
The forum does not revile the Master of the prophets
It is for the display of truth, and for you it was revealed
This is the truth which you do not know
What we profess are the words of the Master of the prophets
We do not worship the cross, and we are not possessed
We worship the Lord Jesus, the Light of the worlds

We left Mohammed, and we do not follow in his path
We followed Jesus Christ, the Clear Truth
Truly, we love our homeland, and we are not traitors
We take pride that we are Saudi citizens
How could we betray our homeland, our dear people?
How could we, when for death—for Saudi Arabia—we stand ready?
The homeland of my grandfathers, their glories, and odes—for it I am writing
And we say, “We are proud, proud, proud to be Saudis”
We chose our way, the way of the rightly guided
And every man is free to choose any religion
Be content to leave us to ourselves to be believers in Jesus
Let us live in grace before our time comes
There are tears on my cheek, and Oh! The heart is sad

To those who become Christians, how you are so cruel!
And the Messiah says, “Blessed are the Persecuted”
And we for the sake of Christ all things bear
What is it to you that we are infidels?
You do not enter our graves, and if with us buried
Enough—your swords do not concern me, not evil nor disgrace
Your threats do not trouble me, and we are not afraid
And by God, I am unto death a Christian—verily
I cry for what passed by, of a sad life

I was far from the Lord Jesus for many years
Oh History record!  And bear witness, Oh Witnesses!
We are Christians—in the path of Christ we tread
Take from me this word, and note it well
You see, Jesus is my Lord, and He is the Best of protectors
I advise you to pity yourself, to clap your hands in mourning
See your look of ugly hatred
Man is brother to man, Oh learned ones
Where is the humanity, the love, and where are you?
As to my last words, I pray to the Lord of the worlds
Jesus the Messiah, the Light of Clear Guidance
That He change nations, and set the scales of justice aright
And that He spread Love among you, Oh Muslims


If you know someone who might be inspired by this, it’s also be made into a video here.

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