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“It’s a curse to be born in an Islamic country”: mother of minor Hindu girl abducted in Sindh, Pakistan

“It is a curse to be born in an Islamic country,” cried the wailing mother of 14-year-old Nasiban, who was abducted in Sindh province of Pakistan last week. Hitting herself with grief, the mother fainted as those around her tried to console.

This tragic story of yet another abduction of a minor Hindu girl for sexual slavery and possible forced conversion was first shared by Pakistani human rights activist John Austin. The incident occurred on 27th June in Saedabad, near Hala town, Matiari district of Sindh.

So frequent are such cases (of Hindu & other non-Muslim girls being abducted by the Islamist mafia) and other forms of persecution against hapless Pakistani Hindus, and so radicalised is the state of Pakistani society that mainstream media there doesn’t even report most such cases. But one Sindhi news channel did cover Nasiban’s abduction.

Recently, a 16-year-old Sikh girl was abducted and forcefully converted to Islam. Last month, we had reported the heart-breaking story of a deaf & mute Christian girl abducted and held as a sex slave in Lahore while her poor family ran from pillar to post.

The Pakistani state is fully complicit in such actions of the Islamists – the country is a modern Nazi state which openly flouts all civilized norms. In the small percentage of such cases which do make it to courts, the girl is sent to some shelter home where she is coerced and threatened by the Islamist mafia, while judges usually overlook age proofs provided by parents and rule in the ‘husband’s’ favour. What happened with Rinkle Kumari would shame any nation, but not Pakistan.

In a rare case and first of its kind judgement, in February a Pakistani court nullified the marriage of minor Hindu girl Mehak Kumari, who was abducted, converted to Islam and married to a twice-married Muslim man twice her age in the country’s Sindh province. The judge ruled that Mehak was underage and was not fit for marriage under section 3 and 4 of the ‘Sindh Child Marriage Restraint Act’. It is pertinent to note that Pakistan still has not been able to pass a law banning conversion of minors, with both attempts at introducing such a law in the Sindh assembly failing due to complicity of mainstream parties with the Islamist cabal.

However, as soon as the courts passed a judgement in favor of Mehak and her parents, Islamic clerics demanded her beheading for ‘leaving Islam’. Now, there are plans to challenge the ruling in higher courts or approach the Shariat court, a parallel legal system for Islamic affairs. In another shocking case, a Sindh court ruled that the forced conversion and marriage of a minor Christian girl Huma Younus is valid as per Islamic Sharia law as she had her first period.

After all, when you are indoctrinated since birth that kafirs (non-Muslims, especially ‘idol worshipping’ Hindus) are inferior beings destined to burn in ever-lasting hell, their conversion to the only true religion of Islam is an act of kindness, or so the thinking goes in Pakistan and pretty much all Muslim societies.

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