Hindus in Pakistan, in Continue fear as girls from minority community forced to marry Muslim men.


Karachi- 17th Nov, 2014 : Hindus in Pakistan, in Continue fear as girls from minority community forced to marry Muslim men.

There are about two million Hindus in Pakistan, most of them lives in the southern province of Sindh and belong to lower castes. From last 3 years Hindus girls and businessman were abducted by the powerful Muslim community.

Recently a report issued by the Movement for solidarity and peace that every year 1000 Non-Muslim girls were abducted and forcibly converted to Islam. According to Human rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) every month almost 20 Hindu girls were abducted and then rape and later on forcibly convert to Islam.

I just got this story from my friend that another Hindu girl namely Wali D/o Kanji Kohli was abducted by a Muslims male from Banglani community. However with the efforts of Hindu community Wali was timely recovered.

Wali was one of the lucky girl who was saved from the forced conversion however there are hundreds of vulnerable girls and women who were forced to leave their families and religion.

Keep on lifting your voice for the Persecuted Women.

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Farrukh H. Saif is a dedicated Christian Human Rights activist who founded the Farrukh Saif Foundation in 2009 with a passionate mission to assist marginalized and oppressed minorities in Pakistan. These communities face religious discrimination, blasphemy laws, forced conversions, abductions, rape, and bonded slavery. His primary focus is on liberating bonded laborers working in brick kilns in rural Pakistan. In 2018, the Farrukh Saif Foundation merged with the US-based organization, The Emergency Committee to Save the Persecuted and Enslaved. However, Farrukh H. Saif's efforts have made him a target for radical individuals, leading to numerous fatwas against him for alleged insults to Islam and Pakistan, as well as for aiding those accused of blasphemy. Farrukh H. Saif's work is extensive and impactful. Since 2009, his organization has been actively involved in a range of activities to support the marginalized and persecuted people of Pakistan


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