The Kidnapping and Rape of Infidel Women

* Correction: girls, not women. In this case the girls were 10 and 13!

*  Muhammedans have 1400 years of tradition in kidnapping and rape and are unlikely to abandon the practice anytime soon. Besides, the rape of infidel women is sanctioned in the Koran and the sunnah, the meshugga ‘prophet’ practised it and encouraged his murdering, marauding compagnons to do the same. Since Muhmmad ( uswa hasana, al insan al kamil….) was the perfect man who has given the ummah ‘a beautiful pattern of conduct’, we will see more of this. 

Pakistan:  Muslim “judge” rules kidnapped Christian girls “converted to Islam and cannot return home”

Update about the adolescent girls who were kidnapped and forced into conversion. Seems they did so “voluntarily.” “Kidnapped Christian girls, judge ratifies marriage and conversion,” by Qaiser Felix, for Asian News, July 16:

The district of Muzaffargarh rules in favour of the Muslims, rejecting the request from the family that wants to bring home the two sisters – 13 and 10 years old – kidnapped last June 26. Christian associations charge that they could end up as prostitutes.

* Almost half of Egyptian women harassed daily: poll


Islamabad (AsiaNews) – District judge Mian Muhammad Naeem, of the section of Muzaffargarh, has ruled that the two Christian sisters “have converted in a legitimate manner to Islam”, and for this reason they cannot be “restored to their family of origin”. Setting aside the request from their father to regain custody of his daughters, the judge also admitted the “validity” of the marriage of the girls to two Muslims.

Saba Younas, aged 13, and her sister Anila [aged 10] were kidnapped last June 26 in the village of Chowk Munda, in the province of Punjab, where they had gone to visit their uncle, Khalid Raheel. This is the same uncle who in recent days reported their kidnapping, asking for help from news organisations and human rights groups. According to Raheel’s account, a Muslim fruit vendor named Muhammad Arif Bajwa kidnapped the girls, and then handed them over to a friend, Falak Sher Gill, who then organised the marriage between his own son and the older of the Christian sisters, Saba. In court, moreover, father and son both stressed the “complete willingness of the girl to contract marriage”.

The girls’ uncle does not conceal his preoccupation, and denounces to AsiaNews that the Muslims involved in the kidnapping are acting as a “gang”, recruiting the girls in order to “make them work in a bordello”. This alarm has also been heard by the Catholic commission for justice and peace (NCJP) in the country, which confirms the words of Khalid Raheel: the kidnappers are believed to be human traffickers linked to prostitution, known to the police and under the protection of some local politicians. “For these unscrupulous people”, charges Naeem Asghar, local coordinator of the NCJP, marriage is a pretence in order to control the girls, run their lives and exploit them for their own business purposes”.


By BosNewsLife Asia Service
Members of Pakistan’s tiny Christian minority join Easter prayers at a church in Karachi. Via BBC News

ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN (BosNewsLife)– Human rights lawyers of two underage sisters who already won a custody battle over a 10-year-old girl, prepared Saturday, October 25, to also regain custody of her elder sister, after reports thegirls were raped and coerced into embracing Islam.


The decision to pursue further court action in Pakistan’s Punjab province, seeking custody of 13-year-old Saba Masih, came after her younger sister, Aneela, testified they were subjected to rapes and forced conversion to Islam, Christians and right watchers said. 

Since her recent release Aneela Masih has told her uncle, Khalid Raheel, previously unknown details of the sisters’ capture, according to the Centre for Legal Aid Assistance and Settlement (CLAAS).

Aneela Masih allegedly told Raheel that while at a fruit stand she and her sister were taken away in June by taxi and raped. After being tied up and locked in a room, the two were forced to make professions of Islamic faith, CLAAS said. 


She reportedly described how “the pistol-toting captors” threatened the girls with death and told them their parents would also be killed if the sisters did not do everything asked of them. “These poor little kids, they threatened them,” said Akbar Durrani, a lawyer from CLAAS who fought in court on the sisters’ behalf, in a published statement. “She said they were terrified.” 

The Lahore High Court’s Multan Bench reportedly awarded custody of Saba Masih to her alleged kidnapper, last month, and ordered him to pay a 100,000 Rupees ($1,309) as a “guarantee” and “surety bond” for her.

CLAAS said the case is the latest in a series of incidents. “In 2005, Rina, Oosha and Reema were granted one hour to meet their parents but in the end the abductors allowed only 15 minutes and after that, the parents never heard any news of their daughters,” the group said.
Earlier, “in 1998, three minor Christian girls, Nadia, 15, Naima, 13, and Nabila, 11, of Rawalpindi near Islamabad, were kidnapped and forcibly converted to Islam. The court sided with the Muslim abductors and ruled that “since the girls have become Muslim therefore their Christian parents cannot have their custody,” CAA said in a statement seen by BosNewsLife. “They were then sent to a house for destitute women where they were later married to Muslim men.”


CLAAS suggested there have been similar cases across the country. “Forced conversion is a threat to Christian women and girls working especially in Muslim households or small factories, where some have reportedly been abducted, raped, forced to convert to Islam and then forced to marry to Muslims,” the group said. 

“Victims are not allowed to convert back to their original religion. Nor are they allowed to maintain contact with their non-Muslim relatives, not even their parents. They are instead kept under strict custody,” CLAAS added.
The group said it would increase efforts to pressure authorities to guarantee more rights for religious minorities. “The state and law enforcement agencies, particularly the police, have failed to ensure the protection of women members of minority religions,” CLAAS said. “Whist the [recently elected] Pakistani government denies the victimisation of non-Muslim women, CLAAS continues to receive regular reports of humiliation, harassment, sexual abuse, forced marriage and forced conversion to Islam.”  
CLAAS said that forced conversion of non-Muslim women to Islam occurs at the hands of various Islamic groups. “In the last few years, the numbers of Christian and Hindu women being forced to convert to Islam suggests they are the main target of these groups. Although all religious minorities in Pakistan face the threat of forced conversion, human rights groups have witnessed a rise in the number of reports of non-Muslim women in particular being forced to convert to Islam.”   

It said that non-Muslim women are often “regarded as infidels and their conversion to Islam is considered a noble deed among more hard-line Islamic groups.” (With reporting by BosNewsLife’s Stefan J. Bos).

7 thoughts on “The Kidnapping and Rape of Infidel Women”

  1. >>”adolescent girls who were kidnapped and forced into conversion. Seems they did so “voluntarily.”

    Joe Grey>> How amazingly talented these kidnappers are to be able to perceive who’s ready for conversion out of all the masses!! Forget pimping, they should go into the psychic business!!

  2. No surprise here-considering how Koranism treats Muslimahs why should infidel women be treated better?

  3. More proof that Pakistani muslims should not be allowed to emmigate to the west. What will the western world do for two lonely children, kidnapped and sold by muslim thugs, who now have no freedom at all. I will do my best to keep this case active, but given that the gutless bastards in the UN have made anti-islam comments illegal, it will take the efforts of someone in Pakistan to get their release.

  4. kaw

    No matter what its pretensions, the UN is not a legislative body. Ignore it.

  5. Pakistan: Christians abducted in dispute with landowner, police won’t investigate

    Like so many abductions and forced marriages in Pakistan, cases like this show that Christians in Pakistan are now, in practice, virtually non-persons. When they disappear, they are often simply gone, fallen down the memory hole as far as authorities are concerned. The pervasive pattern of behavior toward Christians observable in Pakistan makes this case more than a matter of money or official corruption.

    “Christian farm workers abducted by Muslim landowners for money in Faisalabad,” by Faisal Khan for AsiaNews, October 28:

    Faisalabad (AsiaNews) – Nothing is known of two Christian brothers from Faisalabad (Punjab) who were seized by the Muslim landowning family that employed them. The two disappeared on 14 September. Since then, “We have no idea where they are, whether they are dead or alive,” their mother told AsiaNews. A money dispute between the two Christian farm workers and their Muslim landlords is at the root of their abduction. Police have not yet opened a First Information Report because one of the landlords is a police officer.
    Asif Masih, 23, known as Kali, and Khadim Masih, 35, come from a poor Christian family living in Chak 71, Jaranwala District, Faisalabad. They worked for 2,500 Pakistani rupees (US$ 29) a month for three Muslim landowners, policeman Javed Dogar and his brothers Sajjad Dogar and Rauf Dogar, who hail from Khurrianwala.
    The mother of the two Christian brothers, Basheeran Bibi, said her sons had borrowed 20,000 rupees from the landowners, and were paying the loan back every month, out of their salary.
    However, working for the Dogars was getting harder and harder. Although Muslims, they were often drunk and brutally beat the two Christians for no apparent reason.
    When they found out, the parents of the Masih brothers suggested they pay off the debt and quit. This sparked an angry reaction from the Dogars who stormed the Masih home where they roughed up Niamat, the brothers’ father, who has a heart ailment. After that, they abducted the two brothers in September asking for a ransom of 70,000 rupees, plus the remainder of the debt.
    The men’s mother tried to file a report with police, which refused because one of the suspects is a fellow police officer.
    “Disputes between landowners and tenant farmers are commonplace in the area,” Fr Augustine, a priest in Faisalabad who provides financial and moral help to families, told AsiaNews. A serious and impartial inquiry should be conducted into the affair. “Farm workers are poor,” he explained. “They don’t have money to pay for legal action against landowners.”

    There’s More:

    More Christians in Pakistan forced to convert to Islam

    Most of our readers have heard about Asia Bibi, a Christian who languishes on death row in a prison in Pakistan (‘Muslim-occupied India’) for the capital crime of blasphemy against Islam. But there are also many Christians in that same country who are kidnapped and forcibly converted to Islam. The police and authorities do nothing and have even sided with the Muslim kidnappers in said cases. According to the Christian advocacy group World Vision, these forced conversions are a regular occurrence, not just in ‘Pakistan’, but in many other Muslim-ruled countries. From the World Vision in Progress website, accessed 29 October 2011:

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