Pakistan’s High Court forces Christian to remain with Muslim kidnapper

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By Joseph DeCaro, Worthy Correspondent

ISLAMABAD, (Worthy News)– A girl who had been abducted from Sukkur in Sindh was recently remanded to her alleged kidnapper husband by the Sindh High Court after rejecting all appeals by her lawyer to send her home with her father.

Justice Naamatullah Phulpoto rejected the requests of Rebecca’s father, Younis Masih, and his lawyer, Mukesh Kumar, to return the girl home to Darul Aman. Instead, she was instructed to go home with her kidnapper turned husband, Manzar Daharand; Phulpoto then adjourned the case to early November.

Rebbecca, who remained silent during the court proceedings, was accompanied by the son of Mian Mithoo, a politically powerful member of the National Assembly of the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party who himself has been accused of kidnapping non-Muslim girls and arranging their marriages to servants and friends, according to the Pakistan Christian Post.

President of the Pakistan Christian Nazir Bhatti has accused PPP leaders of being involved in the kidnapping and forceful conversion of Christian and girls to .

He said non-Muslim girls are being kidnapped by PPP members and then either forced to be sex-slaves of Islamic “feudal lords,” or sold in marriage to wealthy Muslims in Sindh.

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