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The american shot and killed by aborigines in Sentinel of the North to his killers: “I love you and Jesus loves you!”

The young "missionary" american killed by a tribe who lives isolated in the Sentinel of the North, an island that India prohibited to enter, I wanted to intro

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The american shot and killed by aborigines in Sentinel of the North to his killers: “I love you and Jesus loves you!”

The young "missionary" american killed by a tribe who lives isolated in the Sentinel of the North, an island that India prohibited to enter, I wanted to introduce christianity in this community hostile to the modern world, as revealed in his later writings, disseminated on Thursday by local media. "My name is John. I love you and Jesus loves you, ( ... ) Here you have a little bit of fish!", cried John Allen Chau to two indigenous armed when approached for the first time to the island of the archipelago in the indian Andaman and Nicobar, reported local media.

on The 16th of November, this us citizen of 27 years died when trying to enter in contact with this tribe of hunters and gatherers, of about 150 people, who live in autarky from centuries ago on this small island of the Andaman sea. In recent decades, any attempt to contact the outside world has ended in hostilities, and in a violent rejection on the part of this community.

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The personal diary of John Allen Chau remained until the last days and hours before his death shows a young traveler who looked like a christian missionary. "You may think that I am crazy for doing all this, but I think it's worth it to proclaim Jesus to this people," he wrote to his family, in a last letter written on the morning of his death. "It is not in vain, the eternal lives of this tribe are at hand and I am eager to see them worship God Gobahis in their own language," he said in reference to the verses of the book of Revelation (7, 9-10).

Shortly after having written these lines, Chau came to the beach of the island. She never went back. The fishermen that has been transported illegally to the island were off the coast. From there they could see as they fell on him a multitude of arrows, but continued to walk. The natives had then a rope by the neck and dragged his body.

The journal of this adventurer, whose account in Instagram is full of pictures of his travels, revealing that he was preparing this project for a long time, in secret and "in the name of God". On the eve of his death, is approached on two occasions to the sentineleses, according to this text, impossible to verify. The second time, he managed to give gifts to one of the aborigines, whose face was covered in a "yellow dust". But the boy threw an arrow stuck in his Bible. He was running and came swimming up to the boat of fishermen.

"I don'T WANT to DIE!" typed in capital letters. "You could return to the united States because it seems to me that staying here means certain death", he wrote after his alleged second meeting. However, he returned: "Return (to the island). I will pray for that everything goes well", were his last lines, at 06h20 in the morning, on the 16th of November.

to Retrieve the corpse,

Achieve the body without life of Allen Chau puts in a fix to the indian authorities: is it possible to retrieve the remains without causing a clash of civilizations? If you go to the island to extract the body of Chau, breaking the voluntary isolation of this tribe, with all the consequences of anthropological and health that this entails, apart from the danger of setting foot on the island. By living isolated from the world, this community does not have an immune system adapted against the possible infections present in the bodies of the intruders.

local officials sent a helicopter and a boat to try to determine from afar the place where you will find the corpse of the american. "We've kept a distance with the island and still we have not been able to locate the body. This may need to days and reconnaissance missions," said Dependra Pathak, the chief of the regional police. The authorities resorted to anthropologists and indian experts in tribes to decide how to proceed.

The police opened an investigation for murder and arrested the fishermen who helped Chau to reach the island. The indian act prohibited from coming within five miles, as well as photographing or filming of this community. According to Survival International, this tribe descended from the first human populations that left Africa and lives in Andaman from 60,000 years ago.

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