Three Christian sisters Najma 20, Bushra 16 and Asiyaa 15 abducted and forcibly converted to Islam in Lahore;
31 Jul 2006
Lahore: July 31, 2006. A Christian father of three abducted daughters who has been forcibly converted to Islam cries for help to ensure justice and release of his daughters from Muslim kidnappers in capital city of Punjab province in Pakistan.
Bushra and Asiyaa are teenagers and need parent or guardian according to law to execute any legal document but Islamic law very openly permits to convert them and give them to marriage to any man of even 70, if these minors have experienced monthly periods.
Christian girl Najma among abducted sisters is 20, who was forcibly converted and given in marriage to Muslim man immediately by Muslim kidnappers.
Someone, must not be surprised of such forcible conversions of Christian women in Pakistan when it is matter of day to day routine. The working class Christian woman are major target of Muslim influential groups in Pakistan weather they are single or married.
Muslim gangsters follow Christian women to their workplaces like hospitals, factories and schools. They pressure poor Christian workingwoman in collaboration with Muslim heads of these establishments to enter in illicit relations with them ad on denial kidnap them and forcibly convert them to keep as mistresses.
Where is law in Pakistan? Where is protection of Christian Minority? Where is clergy? Where are Christian parliamentarians?
Muslims who support such incidents of forcible conversions and protect Muslims run the law and order agencies.
The implementation of Islamic laws protects Muslims not Christians.
Christian clergy is running church as business concerns and not ready to raise voice on religious tolerance.
Christian parliamentarians are puppets of Muslim political parties as selected under controversial Joint election system in Pakistan.
Now, here is recent incident of forcible conversion of three Christian sisters reported by Sharing Life Ministry Pakistan.
"Sadeeq Masih son of Jaqqa Masih, resident of street No. 1 near Mosque Allah Walli Qadri Colony Walton Road Lahore Cantt, approached Sharing Life Ministry and told that, "My three daughters named as Najma 20, Bushra 16 and Asiyaa aged 15 years were doing job at Sajan Beauty Parlor Sadder Bazaar Cantt."
Sadeeq told, "My elder daughter was engaged and we were going to marry her on 10th August 2006 but on 1st July 200, Muslim fellows abducted my daughters. I got FIR (FIR No 857/06, U/S 10/11/7/79, 380) registered in local police station about the abduction."
On 30th July 2006 some one threw a letter and certificates of embracing Islam of Sadeeq's daughters and marriage certificate of Najma, in the house of Sadeeq Masih in which he threatened Sadeeq Masih for life to withdraw the case.
Translated copy of the letter
Bismillah Al Rehaman Al Raheem Ya Mohammad
You have invited your death by moving application in police station Factory Area, against Mohammad Ali and me. Each of bricks of the police station, every constable evens the Station House Officer (S.H.O), all belong to us. You can not cause harm to us. If you want to live any more, withdraw your application from police station immediately. Otherwise we can kill you along with your wife and children. Your (three) daughters are in our custody, we can take any action against you by using them. They have embraced Islam and I got married with Najma Bibi. Now she is my wife, she Muslim now and you are Christian. She can not meet you now. I am sending their embracing Islam certificate and marriage certificate of Najma with me. Let you read it so that you can be satisfied.
Angel of your death
Sadeeq Masih is scared after having letter. Chief Coordinator Sharing Life Ministry met with investigation officer (I.O) named as Sarwar Sub-Inspector and asked him to recover Sadeeq's daughters. I.O called both of parties today (31.07.06) in the police station for interrogation and further legal action. Sadeeq's meeting with his daughters is expected.
Sohail Johnson, Chief Coordinator, Sharing Life Ministry Pakistan