Pastor Artur Pawlowski gained international attention last month for expelling officials from his church in a viral video.
A Canadian Pastor who escaped communism in Poland has been arrested for holding church services during a coronavirus lockdown in Calgary, Canada.
Earlier this month, the Muslim mayor of Calgary Naheed Nenshi called for ramping up punishments for “flagrant” coronavirus lockdown measures. “You know, these real flagrant violators – Pastor Coates sat in jail for a month – so what do we have to do to make sure we are going after these real flagrant violators?,” he asked.
A video posted on Facebook on May 8th by Pastor Artur Pawlowski’s son (also see below) shows the Pastor dragged out of his car and arrested on a highway in Calgary.
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It feels like Calgary Police have declared a war against Christianity. Mosques stay undisturbed. They make public Muslim calls to prayer. They harass and arrest Pastors and their family.https://t.co/UvbKqoiadm— Canadian Mama #VotePPC #MaximeBernier (@JackNationalist) May 8, 2021