Noshi, a Christian girl in custody of Muslim kidnappers from one year.

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Sahiwal, Pakistan: February 22, 2009. (NM Gill reports for PCP) The hearing of Noshi kidnapping case is set for hearing in Sahiwal Session Court on numerous petitions filed by prominent Christian lawyer Javeed Sohtra to free her.

Noshi, a 23 years old Christian girl, resident of village Chak 190-9L in district Sahiwal was kidnapped by gang of Muslims in year 2008, who broke in their home and looted 50,000 Rupees and then took away Noshi with them on gunpoint. The father of Noshi was also present in home who was put on hold at gun in other room of house. Maqbool Masih, father of Noshi is living in this village from decades and supporting his family. Sahiwal is district in north western area of Punjab province of Pakistan where Islamic extremism is rising up from a decade due to some ban Muslim terrorist organization with their headquarters in Bahawalpur and DG Khan. The Christian own agriculture land which was acquired by Salvation Army and distributed among Christian peasants before independence of Pakistan in 1947. The Muslims of other villages want to grab this valuable agricultural land of Christians and using Islam for their tactics. In wake of land grabbing Muslim mob attacked and burnet down Christian Village named Shanti Nagar in 1998. It is learnt that Muslim abductors have forcibly converted Noshi to Islam and chained her in any undisclosed place. Maqbool Masih is struggling for freedom of his daughter Noshi and begging for justice on every door of Christian leaders and Bishops but non is supporting him except one Christian attorney Javeed Sohtra who shall appear in Session Courts for production of Noshi in court for statement and punishment of Muslim robbers and abductors.

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