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The Conversion of Dr. Syed Asif Ali Gilani - A Brother in Christ Jesus
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The Conversion of Dr. Asif Ali Gilani

Dr. Syed Asif Ali Gilani is a converted christian and a born again believer, he belonged to the great syed family, a Prince of Baghdad from the generation of Prophet of Islam. He was born in 1975 in Madina, Saudi Arabia as his grandfather Syedna Tahir Allauddin Al-Gilani Al-Qadri was migrated to Saudi Arabia.

The father of Asif Ali Gilani was an Orator in Masjid-e-Nabvi (The grand Mosque of Prophet Muhammad) in Madina, Saudi Arabia. His mother belonged to Pakistani Syed Family, sister of Col. Syed Abid Hussain Shah. He is cousin of Syeda Abida Hussain Pakistan Ambassador to the United States, Former Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani and Syed Saleh Faisal Hayat.

A man who belongs to a wealthy family that owns farmhouses, cattle ranges, and ranches and whose family has been honored by Kings, Presidents and Prime Ministers, but he left the luxurious life style for the KING of kings and The LORD of Lords Jesus Christ”. Jesus Christ said in Luke 14: 26 “Anyone who wants to be my follower must love me far more than he does his own father, mother, wife, children, brothers, or sisters—yes, more than his own life—otherwise he cannot be my disciple.” This man left the comfortable life and slept on the ground, in hunger and in difficulties. In Pakistan to leave Islam its punishment is death.

The first time when Dr. Asif Ali left his home to save his life, he slept on the grass for 11 days only drinking water not having money to eat food. It continues on and off when he remained hungry and have been attacked by his family several times to kill him and once acid was thrown on him. He still doesn’t having a good life and do not own a home to stay but passionately reaching others and preaching the gospel to others. We as peacemakers who are passionate to preach to the muslim world and help converted christians like Syed Asif Ali who are rejected by their families and living their life in danger. We have helped so many converted christians with a limited funds. Dr. Asif Ali is also working with us and a part of our team. Right Now we are in need to have a building where brother Asif Ali Gilani and such other converted persons can live and we start a regular Urdu video gospel program to deliver the message of Life with other Pakistani muslims. He is living under circumstances and having medical condition and he is diagnosed sciatica and limping. Its difficult for him to go to washroom as it doesn’t have a commode seat. Its painful for him on daily basis several times using toilet. He is suffering since he was 26 and now he is 47 years old, from 22 years he never lived a normal life. He deserves a family of believers like us, so please open your heart. We need regular partners to arrange a place for him and pay monthly rent.

We go different cities and villages to preach the gospel and have also arranged street evangelism. We arrange all his expenses, travel, food, bills and medical. In All these years, we never get any funding and doing on our own. Unfortunately, We do not have any source to receive any funds in Islamic Republic of Pakistan as PayPal does not operate in Pakistan. You can only send money as business money not as support to ministry work. Any one who is willing to help this mission and this particular serving, please be a part. If you want to support us, You can contact us through email at info@generationofpeacemakers.org or at info@KaleemShahzad.com. Our Ministry is supported by Kaleem Shahzad and his company Lavish.Business. So You can send Payments in Pakistan by Bank to Bank, or by western union to Pakistan Bank.

Bank Details: Allied Bank Pakistan. 
Account Name: Lavish.Business (SMC-PVT) Ltd.

IBAN: PK72ABPA0010081880440017  
Branch Code: 1118 

Then the King will say to those on His right, ‘Come, you who are blessed by My Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. For I was hungry and you gave Me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave Me something to drink, I was a stranger and you took Me in, I was naked and you clothed Me, I was sick and you looked after Me, I was in prison and you visited Me.’

Then the righteous will answer Him, ‘Lord, when did we see You hungry and feed You, or thirsty and give You something to drink? When did we see You a stranger and take You in, or naked and clothe You? When did we see You sick or in prison and visit You?’ And the King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of Mine, you did for Me.’ Matthew 25:34-40

Let Dr. Asif Ali see A family through you!

Search for Truth – Episode 1

Search for Truth – Episode 1 | The Journey of Dr. Syed Asif Ali

His Family Background and Grandfather Life on Wikipedia:

His Holiness, Qudwatul Awliya Naqeeb ul Ashraaf Hazoor Pir Syedna Tahir Allauddin alGillani alQadri alBaghdadi, was a Sufi Saint who lived in the twentieth century and was the head of the Qadiriyya Baghdadia Spiritual Tariqa. He was the custodian of the Shrine of Ghous-e-Azam Abdul-Qadir Gilani and has been accepted by many as a reformer of Sufism. Born in Baghdad on 18 June 1932, he traced his lineage by seventeen steps to Abdul-Qadir Gilani and 28 steps to the Islamic prophetMuhammad.

In 1956, Al-Gillani left Baghdad and migrated to Pakistan, where he settled permanently in Quetta. He stayed in Pakistan until the end of his life. He went to Germany for medical treatment May 1991, and died the following month. He was buried in Lahore, Pakistan. He had three sons, AlSyed Mahmood Mohyuddin Al-Gillani Al-Qadri, AlSyed Abdul Qadir Jamaluddin Al-Gillani Al-Qadri and AlSyed Muhammad Ziauddin Al-Gillani Al-Qadri, who propagate the teachings of Silsilah e Qadiriyya Tahiria.

Al-Gillani came from an Iraqi family who are the custodians of the mausoleum of Abdul-Qadir Gilani. He is the youngest of the six sons of Naqeeb-ul-Ashraaf Mahmood Hussamuddin al-Gillani al-Qadri. His grandfather, Naqeeb-ul-Ashraaf Abd Al-Rahman Al-Gillani, was the first Prime Minister of Iraq (11 November 1920 – 20 November 1922) following the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire

Since a young age, he began touring across the world for propagating Islam and the teachings of Tariqa Qadiria. His visits included Saudi Arabia, India, Bangladesh, United Kingdom, Germany, Egypt, Canada, Indonesia, Singapore, Norway, the Netherlands, Belgium, Sri Lanka and the Persian Gulf countries. During Al-Gillani’s visit of Ceylon in 1958, he established a care-home in Ceylon for needy and orphaned children.

When Al-Gillani visited India in 1952, he visited the city of Bareilly on the invitation of Mustafa Raza Khan Qadri, the Grand Mufti of India. When Al-Gillani reached Bareilly, his car was lifted by the hundreds of thousands of devotees and carried to the residence of Mufti Mustafa Raza Khan. It is reported that Mufti Mustafa Raza Khan was so respectful of Al-Gillani that he remained barefoot for the duration of his stay and would stand to serve him. On this occasion, Maulana Mustafa Raza Khan also made several of his family members pledge Baith on the hands of Al-Gillani including the later Grand Mufti of India Mufti Akhtar Raza Khan.[9] During this visit to India, Al-Gillani was visited by the heads of major Sufi Tariqas situated here, including Abdul Qadeer Badayuni Qadri and Muhammad Abdul Qadeer Siddiqi Qadri.

In the 1960s, Al-Gillani was invited to the city of Faisalabad by the grand scholar of Pakistan Muhadith e Azam e Pakistan Maulana Sardar Ahmed Qadri to attend the opening ceremony of Jamia Amjadia Rizvia. To welcome Al-Gillani and for his protocol, Maulana Sardar Ahmed Qadri arranged for rolls of white silk to be spread the entire journey from his madrasah to the Railway Station. It is reported that a small spot had been left uncovered near the door of the madrasah and Maulana Sardar Ahmed Qadri kneeled down and used his own beard to sweep this area clean.

Al-Gillani would be invited as main guest to conferences and events, being held both nationally and internationally. These include the International Khatm e Nabuwat Conference held at Minar e Pakistan, the inauguration of Minhaj-ul-QuranInternational held at Lahore in 1984, the International Minhaj-ul-Quran Conference held at Lahore in 1987, the Al-Hejaz Conference held in London and the historic International Minhaj ul Quran Conference held at Wembley Arena, London in 1988. 

Why we need to Help converted christians who left Islam:

Conversion by Muslims to other faiths is forbidden under most interpretations of Islamic-sharia and converts are considered apostates (non-Muslims, however, are allowed to convert into Islam). Some Muslim clerics equate this apostasy to treason, a crime punishable by death. The legal precedent stretches back to the seventh century when Prophet Mohammed ordered a Muslim man to death who joined the enemies of Islam at a time of war. Most of the Muslim families kill the converted christians or some are neglected and thrown out of their homes. These converted christians hide themselves in islamic countries, change their names to save their lives and unable to get jobs. Christians and churches in islamic countries also do not support these converted, and those who support these converts also face threats and few have been killed. There are very few believers in Christ who have a heart to preach to muslims and who are ready to take risks for the Kingdom of God. Those ministries who preach to muslims are not supported by native christians. Therefore converted people seek asylum in other countries to live a normal life. Jesus used the Parable of the Good Samaritan as an example of loving those who may not live nearby us. The Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37) explains how Jesus sees a person. Even His judgement is also based on helping his people. The Holy Bible tells that whoever in the name of a disciple gives to one of these little ones even a cup of cold water to drink, truly I say to you, he shall not lose his reward. Jesus also said whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of Mine, you did for Me. This is the importance deprived christians have who are rejected by churches and by their families for the name sake of Jesus Christ.

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