Skip to comments.Pakinstani Muslims Abduct Young Christian Woman, Family Says
Posted on 05/10/2010 11:50:42 AM PDT by Patriot1259
Mother beaten on two occasions for trying to recover her; police refuse to prosecute
LAHORE, PAKISTAN - Compass Direct News (CDN) is reporting that Muslims who kidnapped and forcibly converted an 18-year-old Christian woman to Islam, severely beat her mother on two occasions to "discourage her from trying to recover her daughter," lawyers have said.
The CDN story said that Muhammad Akhter and Muhammad Munir on April 25, 2010, broke into the home of 50-year-old widow Fazeelat Bibi while her sons were at work and beat her "because they were upset at her continuous demands that they return her daughter Saira," Christian Lawyers Foundation (CLF) leaders told Compass.
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I wonder if this has happened in Detroit yet.
Let me be the first to say it: Fannie and Freddie do not need more money. They need to be shut down and their assets, such as they may be, sold off.
More from the religion of peace.
Why can’t we all just get along?? sarc
Muslims do worse to Christians and other minority faiths in Egypt Iraq Afghanistan and don’t even mention the Saudi parastate. Should we mention China which we send billion to daily? Or Indonesia ad nauseum.
All states our blood and treasure support...
WTF? Okay, now that’s a new one.
Well, hey, every thread needs a comment from left field, beyond the fence.
I have no idea how I got the wrong article. I can only surmise the page hadn’t finished loading as I clicked on the link.
Looks like someone went to the wrong FR window to post.
“...and their assets, such as they may be, sold off.”
I dunno - fits right in with this thread too!
You win the non-sequitur of the day award.
Well, much as I’d like to claim it was a non-sequiter, that implies actually having paid attention to the conversation, and, for whatever reason, going off on a tangent.
The truth is that I cluelessly posted to the wrong thread.
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