The Kidnapping, Rape, Forced Marriage and Slavery of Coptic Christians Women in Egypt by Muslims

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I have nothing much to say here, it is not happening here in America or to my wife or daughter, no one cares.

Muslim women are not being kidnapped, Christian men are not raping or selling into slavery Muslim women, no one cares.

Obama is funding this with the billions of dollars he hands to the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, no one cares.

The Muslims that do this are bad Muslims in Egypt, we have good Muslims in America, no one cares.

If a bad Egyptian Muslim came to America, would they then be a good Muslim, no one cares.

If a good American Muslim went to Egypt, would they then be a bad Muslim, no one cares.

No good American Moderate Muslim ever speaks against the bad Muslims in Egypt raping in the name of Allah, no one cares.

No one cares.  No one knows, no one tells us.  Obama knows, he pays for it.  But he wants to look good, so no one knows, so no one cares.

If we knew, we may care, but Obama would not look good, so no one knows.

If we knew the Muslims may not look good, so no one knows, no one cares.

If a Christian kidnapped a Muslim, we would know, we would care, but no, it is just the Muslims, so we don’t care.

If a Jew kidnapped a Muslim in Israel we would know, we would care, but no, it is just the Muslims, so we don’t know, no one cares.

I know, I am not a Jew, I know, I am not a Muslim, I know, I am a Christian, I know, no one cares.

Do the good American Muslims know, do they care, no one care.

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Christian Persecution Info

Egypt Christian Woman “Kidnapped” by Muslim Militants, Contacts Family

CAIRO, EGYPT (BosNewsLife) — There was concern Sunday, February 26, over the condition of a kidnapped young Christian women in Egypt amid reports she is being held in a Cairo apartment and forced to convert to Islam.

The situation of 19-year old Theresa Ghattass Kamal, who disappeared over a month ago, has underscored international concern over kidnappings of Coptic girls throughout Egypt.

Last seen in the village of El-Saff 30 miles (48 kilometers) south of Cairo on January 3, she apparently briefly contacted her aunt on January 24 saying she had not “yet succumbed” to her unknown captors’ demands “that she become a Muslim,” her brother Sa’eed Ghattass Kamal was quoted as saying by Compass Direct, a Christian news agency.

Her phone call contradicted earlier police statements that she had converted to Islam “voluntarily” and did not want to see her family again, the news agency said. Police reportedly made the claims last month following a three-day protest by clergy and lay members of the Coptic Orthodox church demanding her return.

NO RECORDS

Further investigation by Sa’eed Kamal revealed that no official records of his sister’s conversion existed at Cairo’s Al-Azhar Islamic center, Compass Direct said. Egyptian law requires that all conversions be registered at Al-Azhar and then validated with the security police, the State Security Investigation (SSI).

The Kamal family allegedly traced the origination point of the 19-year-old woman’s call to an apartment in Cairo’s Shubra district owned by Muslim Mostafa Mahmood Ali. A local priest who asked not to be named for security reasons told reporters that Ali’s house was “a dangerous place, full of fundamentalists.”

Originally from the village of Wadi El-Natroun 50 miles (80 kilometers) northwest of Cairo, Kamal was living in a church-owned apartment for women in the town of Giza and taking courses at the Secretarial Academy in old Cairo.

MUSLIM FATHER

Her father converted to Islam in 1995 and her mother died in 2003, leaving her and her four adult siblings on their own, Compass Direct claimed. She apparently was kidnapped by Muslims early January while traveling from a Coptic priest with arranging national and student identity cards.

When his sister had not returned home by January 6, Sa’eed Kamal traveled to Giza and the priest’s town of El-Saff to find her. But police in both towns allegedly refused to file a missing person report sending him back to his sister’s home village Wadi El-Natroun. However police officials there were reluctant to cooperate and reportedly threatened to arrest some of the priests protesting against the police inaction between January 11-January 13.  READ MUCH MORE……

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Persecution International Christian Concerns

Christian Girls Kidnapped, Forcibly Converted to Islam in Egypt

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CBN NEWS World

Egypt’s Coptic Women Abducted in the Name of Islam

WASHINGTON — Coptic Christians make up the largest Christian community in the Middle East, which also makes them sitting targets for violence and discrimination.

As Egypt moves toward “democratic reforms,” the situation is deteriorating for the Coptic church, especially Christian women.

Last year’s protests in Cairo’s Tahrir Square inspired hopes for freedom. But one year later, “freedom” seems even more distant for Egypt’s Coptic Christians who’ve seen their churches burned and community abused.

“I kept asking myself, ‘What if this man hadn’t saved me. Where would I be now?'” a Coptic Christian going by the name “Ann” said at a hearing in Washington, Wednesday.

Ann is seeking asylum in the United States and recently testified to a congressional committee from behind a wall to conceal her identity and protect her family in Egypt.

She recounted how a man tried to kidnap her last year.

“I was screaming. I didn’t know what he wanted. I had no idea why he was doing this,” she recalled.

Ann managed to escape. But many victims aren’t that fortunate.

According to a new Christian Solidarity International report, the number of disappearances and abductions among Coptic women is on the rise, all with the goal of converting the women to Islam.

Urge U.S. leaders to act on behalf of persecuted Christians in the Middle East.  Sign the Christian Solidarity International petition here.

READ MUCH MORE………………

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FRONTPAGE MAG

Egypt: Christian Girls Kidnapped and ‘Sold’

Two teenage Coptic girls, cousins, were recently kidnapped and then “sold” in Minya, Egypt—the same region where a Coptic church was recently attacked and desecrated. I tried to find this story in English-language media and, as expected, found nothing, except for one report in Al-Masry Al-Youm titled “Clashes between police and Coptic protesters in Minya”—as if that’s the important story (as usual, the media prefers headlines portraying harried Christian minorities as equally culpable as their Muslim persecutors, thereby justifying use of the preferred phrase, “sectarian strife“).

At the end of the Al-Masry Al-Youm report, we get a trailing sentence alluding to “claims” that two Christian girls “were abducted by Muslims and forced to convert to Islam” as the reason why Copts were demonstrating and clashing with the police in the first place.   READ MUCH MORE…………..

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American Coptic Union-ACU

Christian Girls Kidnapped In Egypt And Forced To Convert To Islam

Reports of kidnappings and the forced conversion of Christian girls to Islam are common among Egypt’s Coptic community. Only three months ago, Theresa Ghattas Kamal, missing since 6 January and feared kidnapped by a Muslim man, was found living with a Muslim family. Wearing the full veil, she told her brother that she had ‘found the right path’ – Islam. Please pray for these girls and remember the ones who go unnoticed.

Name: Ingy Nagy Edwar
Age: 19
Disappeared: 27 Sept 2003
Ingy (top, right) disappeared the day after her 19th birthday. She was reportedly being held against her will by a Muslim couple, near Cairo, but police showed her family an alleged signed declaration of conversion to Islam.
At a hearing on the girl’s case, Ingy appeared in court dressed in an Islamic veil.
Her family believe she was being given drugs affecting her moods, and her brother said she had spoken of suicidal thoughts.

Name: Marianna Rezk Shafik Attallah
Age: 20
Disappeared: 30 May 2005
Marianna (bottom, left) left work to pick up a patient’s blood sample but has not been seen since.
The owner of the business next door told her fiancé that a Muslim employee of his had kidnapped the young woman.
Rumours spread that she had converted to Islam, but her fiancé dismissed the claims, saying it was her close relationship with God that brought him to a deeper understanding of his own Christian faith.

Name: Heba Nabil Narouz Ghali
Age: 21
Disappeared: 28 September 2005
Heba (bottom, right) was last seen leaving work at a hypermarket in a suburb of Cairo. Staff said she had left as usual on the bus but later claimed she had resigned.
Five days later the family received a letter stating that Heba had eloped with a Muslim man but when they contacted the man, he denied any knowledge of her whereabouts.
The next day, a police source told Nabil Ghali that his daughter had converted to Islam.
On 13 November, he acquired a copy of Heba’s conversion certificate, dated 28 September.

Name: Theresa Ghattas Kamal
Age: 19
Disappeared:3 January 2006
Three weeks after she went missing, Theresa (top, left) called her family, saying she was imprisoned in a Cairo apartment facing pressure to convert to Islam.
Theresa’s brother eventually found her living with a Muslim family. He was allowed to visit on 23 March when he sat with her for 90 minutes.
She spoke only once to say, “I have converted to Islam. I have found the right path.”
Theresa’s family insist that she was kidnapped, but some Christian girls romanced by young Muslim men voluntarily leave their families and convert to Islam to escape poverty and unhappy family situations. CR

READ MUCH MUCH MUCH MORE…………………………………….

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Bulletin of the Oppression of Women

Egypt: Coptic Christian Women Kidnapped and Never Seen Again

In Egypt’s shocking new crime wave, all these women and hundreds more have been kidnapped amidst fears they’re being used as sex slaves.

Amal Sa’ad Bishy, 24, pulls a photo of her younger sister Nevin, 20, from her handbag. “My sister disappeared on her way to college last year,” she says. “We’re sure she’s been kidnapped. We’ll never stop looking for her, but we have no idea where she is – perhaps we never will.”

Amal is one of Egypt’s eight million Copts – the descendents of the original Egyptians. They are Christians who live uneasily side-by-side with the Muslim majority in the Middle Eastern country. Coptic leaders say Islamic fundamentalists in the south of Egypt are determined to drive them out of their villages and take their land.

But in the past few years, a new target for the fundamentalists has emerged – across Cairo and the Nile Valley, police and the media have reported that hundreds of young Coptic women like Nevin have left home under mysterious circumstances or simply vanished. Look learned of 40 cases in the last year alone. Surrounding most disappearances are allegations that the women have been kidnapped by a small number of fundamentalist Muslim gangs or men working on their own, and forced to undergo conversion to Islam through intimidation, violence and rape.  READ MUCH MORE…………

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Worthy Christian News

Egypt Christian Woman “Kidnapped” by Muslim Militants, Contacts Family

CAIRO, EGYPT (BosNewsLife) — There was concern Sunday, February 26, over the condition of a kidnapped young Christian women in Egypt amid reports she is being held in a Cairo apartment and forced to convert to Islam.

The situation of 19-year old Theresa Ghattass Kamal, who disappeared over a month ago, has underscored international concern over kidnappings of Coptic girls throughout Egypt.

Last seen in the village of El-Saff 30 miles (48 kilometers) south of Cairo on January 3, she apparently briefly contacted her aunt on January 24 saying she had not “yet succumbed” to her unknown captors’ demands “that she become a Muslim,” her brother Sa’eed Ghattass Kamal was quoted as saying by Compass Direct, a Christian news agency.

Her phone call contradicted earlier police statements that she had converted to Islam “voluntarily” and did not want to see her family again, the news agency said. Police reportedly made the claims last month following a three-day protest by clergy and lay members of the Coptic Orthodox church demanding her return.

NO RECORDS

Further investigation by Sa’eed Kamal revealed that no official records of his sister’s conversion existed at Cairo’s Al-Azhar Islamic center, Compass Direct said. Egyptian law requires that all conversions be registered at Al-Azhar and then validated with the security police, the State Security Investigation (SSI).

The Kamal family allegedly traced the origination point of the 19-year-old woman’s call to an apartment in Cairo’s Shubra

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