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Egypt: Rate Of Christian Girls Abducted And Attacked By ‘Extremists’ On The Rise


Daniel 11:37a, 38-39a, “Neither shall he regard the God [YHWH] of his fathers [Abraham and Ishmael], nor the desire of women … But in his estate shall he honour the God of forces: and a god whom his fathers [Abraham and Ishmael] knew not shall he honour with gold, and silver, and with precious stones, and pleasant things. Thus shall he do in the most strong holds with a strange god, whom he shall acknowledge and increase with glory …”

In the name of “Allah” the most [un]merciful and most [un]compassionate. In 2012, the National Council for Women revealed that girls were sexually harassed on average 7 times every 200 meters in Egypt, with well over two-thirds of all women suffering harassment on a daily basis. This type of behavior — including rapes, abductions and forced “marriages” — are part and parcel of the Islamist culture that is fomenting throughout the Muslim world …

Qur’an Sura 4:34a, “Men have authority over women because [Allah] has made the one superior to the other …”

Al Rod Al Anf, Volume 2, Page 182: “You see [our god Allah] will soon make you inherit their land, their treasures and make you sleep with their women.” – The “prophet” Mohammed

By Perry Chiaramonte, Fox News – “Young Christian women are facing a greater risk of being kidnapped by extremists, tortured, and even forced to convert to Islam since the Arab Spring ended in 2011.

This year already has seen a spike in the incidents, according to a report by the non-profit advocacy group International Christian Concern. It has been estimated by the ICC and other watchdog groups in the region that there have been 500 reported cases of young women being attacked by Muslim men since 2011, but unreported cases could send the figure much higher.

The girls are often assaulted, raped, kidnapped, forced to change their faith and sometimes killed, the ICC said. Making matter worse, nothing is being done by local authorities to prevent it in provinces across Egypt, according to officials from both the ICC and the Clarion Project, a US-based non-profit think tank and advocacy group.

‘Not only are they turning a blind eye, they are often compliant,’ Issac Six, a spokesman for the ICC told FoxNews.com, citing one incident in which a father was assaulted by an officer for asking too many questions about efforts to have his abducted daughter returned.

‘It’s pervasive; police at the local level are not stopping the abductions. There needs to be more pressure from the top,’ he added. ‘We have seen cases before where we’ve seen victims returned when the police put pressure on the kidnappers. We know it’s possible, unfortunately, the police are often complacent.’

Six added that the problem is largely ignored by the international community and that the U.S. needs to be more vocal about the issue in its dialogue with the Egyptian government.

One reported incident occurred in the city of Luxor as recently as February when 15-year-old Amira Hafez Wahib attended a morning prayer service at a local church, according to the study from ICC. Amira had asked her mother if she could go to a store near the church to buy an item. Her mother let her go but urged her to hurry right back.

But Amira never returned and is still missing.” Read more.

Flashback: Heartbreaking Video Gives Viewers A Taste Of The Growing Plight Of Egypt’s Christians – “A procession of Christians bravely vows to stand firm in the faith of Christ, even unto death. An anguished church leader cries out to the Lord to deliver His people from their turmoil. A Christian mother languishes over the abduction of her daughter. This is but a mere drop in what has now become a sea of Christian persecution …” Read more.

  1. 04/21/2014 at 10:38 PM

    The devil in Islamists knows he has but a short time to live on earth getting more and more enraged. That is what you are seeing with the Muslims.

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