Friday, 24 June 2011


Nancy and Christine: Where is the world's outrage?

Over at FrontPage, the invaluable Raymond Ibrahim provides details of the latest human rights outrage from "democratised" Egypt - an outrage that has been completely ignored by the entire English-speaking media, leaving Ibrahim to summarise the details published in the Arabic media about the incidents:

The two girls, Christine Azat (aged 16) and Nancy Magdi (aged 14) were on their way to church Sunday, June 12, when they were seized. Their abductors demanded $200,000 Egyptian pounds for their release. The people of the region quickly put their savings together and came up with the ransom money; but when they tried to give it to the kidnappers, they rejected it, saying they had already “sold” the girls off to another group which requires $12 million Egyptian pounds to return them.

Ibrahim concludes with the following comments:

Therefore, next time you hear about an Egyptian Muslim preacher boasting that Islam permits Muslims to abduct and ransom infidels as a great way to make a living and own female sex-slaves, or when you hear about a Kuwaiti political activist praying to Allah that Kuwait would formally institutionalize sex-slavery, do not brush these aside as mere words, for here are their fruits.

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