Miracle Worker Healer Arrested For Killing Follower He Promised To Bring Back To Life
“WHY should I mourn when I know that my brother is in heaven?” said Samina, whose brother 40-year-old Muhammad Niaz volunteered for a miracle.
He’d be killed by Muhammad Sabir, a pir in the village of Mubarakabad in Bahawalnagar, Pakistan, who would then restore him to life.
“He will be rewarded for his services for the spiritual leader in afterlife,” Samina added.
Niaz had been placed on a table in a square and his hands and legs bound. Sabir then sliced his throat.
One witness called police.
By the time the uniforms arrived, Niaz was dead.
Cue Sabir. He’d says some words to bring the father of six back to life. But they were the wrong words. And realising the miracle had failed, Sabir tried to flee.
He’s now in jail.