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The document, "Tell My Mother I Miss Her," was highlighted during a recent hearing of the Helsinki Commission, chaired by Congressman Chris Smith (R-N. The commission focuses on religious rights outside of U. They don't take complaints of disappearances seriously, they don't prosecute the cases and there has not been a single conviction of the abduction or forced conversion of Coptic women." This latest CSI report follows a similar one in 2009.
Apparently little has changed for Coptic women in Egypt, no matter who is running the country.
The flyers include the names and contact points for those Muslims who wish to collect their rewards for killing Christians. Elisabeth Sandlund: Skilj p sak och person i religionsdebatten.
Islam kan kritiseras - men muslimer mste mtas med krlek. Forced Conversions and Abductions on the Rise in Muslim World.
The commission says that police registered almost no cases against the Muslim captors and sometimes even co-operated with them.
Religion Today and the Pakistan Christian Post report: Police in Rawalpindi refused to register a fathers complaint against two kidnappers of his daughter.
His success was not due to the depth of his religious insights, but rather due to animating thousands of idled Arabs by the prospect of spoils and sex-slaves on earth and even more virgins and material pleasures in the hereafter. A Brief History of the Muslim Brotherhood by Peter Farmer. The Muslim Brotherhood, Part II Haj Amin al-Husseini by Peter Farmer. The Muslim Brotherhood, Part III Hitlers Imam by Peter Farmer. Men att s r fallet tror inte Migratonsverket och nu sitter de insprrade i vntan p utvisning.
The shortest form of the Shahada would be translated: The first part of the Shahada predates Islam.
A monotheistic Arabian group called the Sabians recited “La ilaha illallah” (“There is no god but Allah”) as their confession of faith.
Christian leaders there have reported that abductions of teenage Christian boys and girls have become commonplace in majority-Muslim Sokoto state, for instance.
In Sudan, there have been cases of fathers forced to convert because their families were threatened by Muslims.
"Unless the Copts and Coptic women and girls are protected," Smith said, "Egypt will not be strong, Egypt will not be stable and Egypt will not be a successful democracy." Unfortunately, abductions and forced conversions of Christians are occurring in other parts of the Muslim-majority world, often with little response from governments, which usually turn a blind eye to the oppression.