Believers in Jesus fear precedent will trigger wave of abductions
By WND News Services February 16, 2020
A ruling from high court judges in Pakistan has allowed a Muslim to force a 14-year-old girl to marry him. And since the girl was Christian, the ruling also is allowing the Muslim to force the girl's "conversion" to Islam. It is Morning Star News that is reporting on the case involve Huma Younus, who was "taken" from her home in Karachi's Zia Colony on Oct. 10. Her parents were away at the time.
The man who abducted her, identified in the report as Abdul Jabbar of Dera Ghazi Khan, Punjab Province, has faced a court case requesting that the forced marriage and conversion be overturned because of the Sindh Child Marriage Restraint Act of 2013, which declares marrying a person under 18 years old in an offense punishable by three years in jail. However, the law is little enforced in Pakistan..........To Read More.....