Hindu Girls kidnapped and converted to Islam.

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I find this article highly offensive, untrue and purely false exaggeration. Sites, mags, papers such as this only sell hatred on both sides with lies or if not, 1000000000% exaggeration of few incidents.

It claims various such incidents happen in Pakistan and recently 19 such cases only happened in Karachi. B&^% $@#&. Okay before I loose my temper let me hit the post button.

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22 Comments so far

  1. MOON (unregistered) on November 20th, 2005 @ 4:26 am

    hmmmm the article is written by a Muslim!!
    and Maybe this is happening, we never know… Pakistanis are no less… especially of interior sindh. [sorry, no offense!]

    Anyway, Allah knows better!!

    Moreover, the site is INDIAN… what do you expect from them!!! You’ll find such stuff on lots of other Indian sites…thats one way of their propagandas, so just Ignore!!


  2. JonyBr (unregistered) on November 20th, 2005 @ 6:19 am

    Moon, like i said there may have been few incidents but this is just exaggeration, even things happen in the counties which claim to be best, and have everything in control.

    And about ur other comment, i m sorry, u asked for no offense but i did take it as an offense. It was nothing but generalization. I have relatives/friends in interior sindh and they r as human as we r. Mothers love their kids as much as they do here, their blood is as red as ours. If u have seen few bad ppl that doesnt mean they r inhumane.


  3. raven (unregistered) on November 20th, 2005 @ 7:24 am

    So do you have facts to back up the claim than none of this ever happened? Or should we go by your “loose” temper?


  4. JonyBr (unregistered) on November 20th, 2005 @ 7:37 am

    Raven i dont see a single fact stated in the article. Will the author please mention some source or was he hallucinating it?

    I mentioned in my post & the reply above there may have been a one or two incidents but where on earth things doesnt happen?

    19 cases in recent days? r u kidding me? Karachi is not a jungle 19 girls were kidnapped for the same reason and that too such a sensitive one and there was not a single news in any paper or the news channels? but suddenly guys from IndoLinks dreams about it.


  5. raven (unregistered) on November 20th, 2005 @ 7:48 am

    Hey, the article is hardly a paragon of responsible journalism. But this one case is real, right?

    http://www.jang.com.pk/thenews/nov2005-daily/04-11-2005/metro/k3.htm


  6. Aman (unregistered) on November 20th, 2005 @ 7:50 am

    No no, when he says no offense you can’t take it as an offense, thats breaking the rules :P


  7. JonyBr (unregistered) on November 20th, 2005 @ 8:25 am

    I think I said plenty of times few incidents does happen. BTW in the article u provided, what if those girls really ran away with their lovers and it was not the kidnapping?


  8. neferteeti (unregistered) on November 20th, 2005 @ 11:46 am

    “what if those girls really ran away with their lovers and it was not the kidnapping?”
    Oh please!! this sort of thing happens all the time in Egypt, where Christian girls are kidnapped and forcefully converted to Islam.


  9. abdul basit (unregistered) on November 20th, 2005 @ 12:16 pm

    hey hey nefer… take it easy
    i have come accross many egyptians and i know
    how “strong” muslims they are. they not even gonna
    bother that the girls is mulim or not..so why
    they bear the headache of kidnapping girls
    and coverting them to islam
    and for my hindu brothers ..if you can notice the
    kidnapping of hindu how can you ignore the
    massacre of thousand of mulims in india not
    just one time but sevral times at least we are
    not killing people like you do


  10. zayn muhammad (unregistered) on November 20th, 2005 @ 5:02 pm

    such bullshit–i lived in karachi off and on for a year and found it very future-oriented minus some throwbacks to the days of the sahaba


  11. abdul (unregistered) on November 21st, 2005 @ 6:06 pm

    Actually first appeared in the PAKISTANI press:-

    No news of three Hindu girls kidnapped from Punjab colony

    http://www.jang.com.pk/thenews/nov2005-daily/04-11-2005/metro/k3.htm

    Parents say that the government has to take action

    By Aroosa Masroor Khan

    KARACHI: After the recent earthquake, most Hindu families decided to celebrate Diwali with simplicity this year but Sanao Amraís family had different reasons for observing the occasion with solemnity. Three of his daughters were kidnapped from Punjab Colony, Gizri where they reside earlier this month. The family still does not know where they are hope that they are safe and will eventually be allowed to rejoin their family.

    On 18th October when Sanao Amraís wife, Champa, returned home from work, her daughters were nowhere to be found. Unable to understand what had exactly happened behind her back, she inquired about their whereabouts from her neighbours. The neighbours initially said they had not seen the girls, but later told Champa that the elder daughters Reena, 21 and Usha, 19, were seen rushing out of home towards their younger sister Reemaís school from where perhaps all the sisters were kidnapped.

    Sanao Amra searched for his daughters for 2-3 days after which he went to the police. They turned down his pleas for help by saying that the government had not provided them with proper means of investigation and therefore there was not much they could do. The refusal by the police did not leave much for the family to hope. Then a few days later, one of the neighbours handed some documents to Sanao, which they said that they had received through courier. The documents stated that their daughters had embraced Islam and was signed by them too.

    Suspecting three boys from his neighbourhood, Sanao Amra lodged an FIR against them after which they were promptly arrested by the police. But the court granted them bail because they were underaged for legal punishment. The boys are now free but the whereabouts of the sisters are unknown.

    One of the boys, Abid, had informed the girlsí family that the girls had embraced Islam a year ago, but the father did not believe him. “No sane person would ever fall for that. My daughters were kidnapped on the 18th and the documents state that they accepted Islam on that day itself, if at all.” He said that he had been with his daughters for years and was very well aware of their thoughts and actions. He said they showed no sign of an inclination towards Islam before this, which is why he is sure they were being pressurized. “I donít know what they made my daughters do and how they convinced them to sign those papers but I am sure it was done without their wilful consent,” said the father.

    His wife, Champa, shared his views in this regard. She was expressionless when asked about her daughters. She said: “It has been fifteen days now and Iím still hoping my daughters will return…even if they have embraced Islam the kidnappers should leave them back or at least bring them to us once instead of hiding away like cowards. I would want to see me daughters accept the fact in front of me.”

    She said that they had done everything to spread the news of the daughtersí kidnappings, but no response had come so far. “The kidnappers havenít contacted us either, I have been waiting near the phone just in case my daughters call,” disclosed the mother. They were happy girls content with their lives. The elder daughters Reena and Usha were also engaged to be married soon.

    Sanao added that kidnapping Hindus and making them embrace Islam is not a new practice for their minority. “This has been happening for years, itís just that we belong to a suppressed class and are scared of involving the police and the media which is why such cases werenít highlighted before. This is the first time anybody from my community has taken this step and I am not going to withdraw the case, but I can nothing by myself until I have the police or some government official to help me investigate.”

    His health has been deteriorating as a result of this incident too. The remaining members of the family, which include a young daughter and son, have not eaten well for the past fifteen days. They are waiting all day with the hope of receiving some news about the whereabouts of their daughters. Another fear that is haunting the mother is that her daughters could have been killed, but she chooses to remain optimistic. “I still have faith in God,” she said.

    The father also said that it was ironical that in this holy month of Ramazan, when Muslims generally become God-fearing, there are still some people who are diverted from the real practice of Islam. “I have studied Islam too and really respect the religion for what it preaches. It certainly does not talk about forceful acceptance into the religion. This is no way to persuade…I am surprised at the minimal attention the govt is giving to this issue.”

    One of the cousins of the girls, Raju, added that they have always considered Pakistan as their own country and the kind of discrimination their community has been experiencing now never happened before. The Hindus in Karachi are not recent settlers, they were a part of Pakistan even before partition. Raju said: “We feel now we are not wanted here and can no longer term ourselves as Pakistanis. Leaving the religious differences aside, we are the citizens of this country first then why are we being treated as outcasts?”

    He said the negligence of the government in proceeding with the case any further reveals that they are themselves involved in this. He mentioned that the police are trying to silence the family by telling them that the culprits, like in case of previous kidnappings, will not be caught this time either so they should not bother.

    “How can they be so insensitive? Our community members even held a demonstration outside Karachi Press Club to condemn the kidnapping of my daughters but they turned a deaf ear to our call. I have been watching news on T.V. as well, but not a single channel has talked about my daughters even once,” said the father.

    He pleaded with the government to take note of the situation and consider the rights of the minorities that were promised when the country came into existence decades ago. The case of the three kidnapped Hindu girls once again challenges the concept of enlightened moderation that the government has been propagating for some years now.


  12. SkeTcheR (unregistered) on November 21st, 2005 @ 9:38 pm

    Best way to get to such media is to ignore it.
    More we fret about it more they become famous.


  13. Sabu (unregistered) on November 23rd, 2005 @ 12:34 pm

    Abdul Basit,

    Please dont compare, hindus and muslims or India and Pakistan and say who kills whom. Fact is there had been killings on both sides by the other party in the past – hindus have killed muslims and muslims have killed hindus. I believe those who kill in the name of religion does not belong to any religion. They are not Muslims, hindus or christians..they are plain murderers…Its sad that an educated sounding guy like you compares and says ‘hindus kill and muslims dont’..

    regards,
    Sabu


  14. Sabu (unregistered) on November 23rd, 2005 @ 1:36 pm

    Abdul Basit,

    Please dont compare, hindus and muslims or India and Pakistan and say who kills whom. Fact is there had been killings on both sides by the other party in the past – hindus have killed muslims and muslims have killed hindus. I believe those who kill in the name of religion does not belong to any religion. They are not Muslims, hindus or christians..they are plain murderers…Its sad that an educated sounding guy like you compares and says ‘hindus kill and muslims dont’..

    regards,
    Sabu


  15. Rahim (unregistered) on November 24th, 2005 @ 6:39 pm

    This is so disgraceful. Please help these people find their daughters.


  16. Qamar Hanif Khan (unregistered) on December 5th, 2005 @ 4:17 am

    My dear Brothers & sisters

    If a muslim girl left her house for his love(muslim guy) in Pakistan the family of that girl will report to police as she waz kidnapped by that guy and her family will never report that she was in love with that guy and she left her house for her love.So you can imagine if a muslim girl fall in love with a hindu guy what gona happen??????? These hindu girls were in love with muslim guys and when they left their houses for these muslim guys, the family members of these girls reported to poilce and media as these girls were kidnapped by muslims and they forcefully converted their religion to Islam which is absolutely wrong, these girls have no choice to revert to Islam so that they can live legally with their loved ones.

    ( Whenever the family members of any girl in such incident reports a partricular name/s to police it always meanz that her family already knew about that guy relationship with their girl.In all these hindu girls kidnapping cases their family members reported to police with names of their kidnappers which means that they knew about their relationships)


  17. smith (unregistered) on December 7th, 2005 @ 4:44 pm

    On DECEMBER 18 2005 there is an awareness campaign regardind this set of kidnappings. Any body interested may contact me at shivaparvati_3@hotmail.com. I am arranging it in MA usa


  18. collguy (unregistered) on December 15th, 2005 @ 5:06 am

    Hi Guys,

    I do agree there is a possibility where people elope with loved ones and their parents say their girls are kidnapped. I donít think same thing happened here. Parents are parents even though they are Hindus. Do you need a burkha to speak your parents? I have lots of Muslim friends from India and USA. I never saw any Muslim girl wearing burka to speak to their parents.
    Most of the countries 17 yrs kid is minor. They canít even buy pack of cigs. How can they take their own decision of changing their own religion and decide to live separately from their parents?
    Even if they do how government accept that?
    In my opinion, any religion that demands for separation from the parents, is not a well-defined religion.
    If this incident is not exaggeration and happened for real then people should support parents. If some one thinks religion is bigger than parents then they definitely need help. Just put you or your sister in that situation and think.


  19. HINDU (unregistered) on December 25th, 2005 @ 4:01 pm

    This is typical of Islam. They always feel insecure and want to forcibly convert othere to their religion. Down with such bullshit in the name of Religion.


  20. ganesh (unregistered) on December 26th, 2005 @ 10:27 pm

    its really pathetic that people are discriminating against each other on the basis of caste/religion and color..
    we are just humans. live that way. treat everyone with kindness.
    we are not animals to behave irresponsibily.
    nature which is the true god that has created us…has gifted us with the capacity to think reason and act accordingly.

    please put your fascist thoughts away and accept everyone as your own people.


  21. Hindu (unregistered) on December 27th, 2005 @ 11:58 am

    Typical Muslim action. Cannot tolerate other religions, so what’s the next solution? Wipe them out of course!

    You don’t have the security in your religion that’s why you go on seeking converts from others. If your religion is so great, and your confidence in your religion is so strong, then what is the need to go on trying to force/trap others into converting??!!IDIOTS


  22. Krishna (unregistered) on January 5th, 2006 @ 10:57 am

    a typical islamic mentality. try to convert as many people as you can, if with violence or force let it be. This people are nonbelievers in their own God-Allah. if there has been any message of peace and love in their Quran, they have forgotten it completely, and as there are lot of messages of violence, rape in it, they have remembered it vert well. Hindus, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists understand this demonic faith, this is what is called Demonic religion. in present world, everybody has a moral obligation to fight against this kind of terrorising faith. and you muslims, if you have felt any love in your whole life, may be from your mother, father or sister,brothers try to remember it, and think what love it, and what power it has. hatred, violence, whatever it can do, it can never win!! it is eternal truth.

    converting few hindu, christian, sikh girls by force, shows your mentality – if not yours, your religious leader’s- your mullah’s. you will not be spared for this crime, if you are directly or indirectly involved in it.



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