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FATAL CALLING US ‘missionary’ shot dead with arrows by remote tribe ‘believed it was his calling from God to convert them to Christianity’
John Allen Chau had reportedly visited the prohibited North Sentinel Island in the Indian Ocean to preach Christianity to the tribe
AN American tourist killed by a tribe on a remote Indian island felt he was called by God to bring the gospel to the uncontacted people.
North Sentinel Island is off-bounds to visitors and home to the Sentinelese, who killed John Allen Chau after he was illegally ferried there by fishermen, officials said.
The island is located in India's remote Andaman and Nicobar chain.
The Sentinelese are a community of hunter-gatherers who live there isolated from the outside world.
"A murder case has been registered," one of the officials told Reuters.
Because contact with the tribe is forbidden John's killers cannot be prosecuted despite taking a life.
He described himself on Instagram as a “Wilderness EMT (Emergency Medical Technician), “PADI Advanced Open Water Diver”, “Outbound Collective Explorer” and a “Snakebite Survivor”.
Just before he left in his kayak, Mr Chau handed the fishermen a long note.
Police say he had written that Jesus had bestowed him with the strength to journey to the most forbidden places on Earth.
A journal belonging him was also found by police where he wrote about his desire to spread God’s word.
One headache facing authorities is retrieving his body because contact with the tribe is forbidden.
Dependra Pathak, Director General of Police of the Andaman and Nicobar islands, told CNN: "We have a team out in the waters for reconnaissance and to strategise how to recover his body.
“The team consists of coastal guards, officials from tribal welfare department, forest department officers and police officials."
Both officials asked for anonymity as th..
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