#MyJihad in Kygyzstan: Muslim parents beat, torture, confine girl and burn her face for converting to Christianity

After Western Islamic apologists who assure us that Islam has no penalty for apostasy have finished their work in Khartoum, they can make their way to Bishkek.

“Kygyzstan Girl ‘Burned’ For Faith In Christ,” from BosNewsLife, December 18 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

BISHKEK/BUDAPEST (BosNewsLife)– A young Kyrgyz girl is forced to work in a sewing workshop after being tortured by her parents in Kyrgyzstan because she converted to Christianity, well-informed investigators said Tuesday, December 18.

The troubles began when the girl “accepted Jesus [Christ]” as her Lord and Savior “during a church meeting” despite opposition towards Christians in this heavily Islamic nation, explained aid and advocacy group Open Doors.

“When her parents found out about her decision, they were very upset and took her home to their village” where she was soon mistreated, the group told BosNewsLife in a statement.

“They wanted her to recant and renounce her faith in Christ, so they began to beat her systematically till she lost consciousness.” Yet the girl, who was wrongly identified as “Almas” amid security concerns, “did not give in”, added Open Doors.


“It was winter when all of this happened, so her parents put her into a cold room and kept her there for several days. Still they were unable to break her spirit,” said Open Doors, which is in close contact with local believers.

“They then started pulling her hair and put her face against the stove, burning her face. In spite of this, she remained faithful,” the group claimed.

Her parents reportedly also burned all her Christian literature and decided to closely watch their daughter. “They put her to work in a sewing workshop, where she is forced to work from early in the morning till late in the evening.”

Sewing sweatshops are believed to be widespread in the country where many struggle with crippling poverty. “It has become virtually impossible for Almas to have any contact with her Christian friends,” Open Doors said….

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  1. says

    This is what the Saudis are exporting via Saudi-financed mosques and imams:

    ‘Prosecutors say the Saudi-financed activities of the imams have been spreading religious extremism and that they have used a local soccer team to indoctrinate boys.

    Prosecutors allege that three of the imams were undermining the state by encouraging people to boycott parliamentary elections and spreading religious hatred.

    The other 10 are implicated in working with Al Waqfal Islami, a Saudi-financed charity that built mosques, sent boys on trips to the Middle East and financed religious education in Bulgaria that prosecutors say embraced the Salafist brand of fundamentalist Islam.’


  2. says

    John 15:18-21 …

    “If the world hates you, you know that it hated Me before it hated you. If you were of the world, the world would love its own. Yet because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world, therefore the world hates you. Remember the word that I said to you, “A servant is not greater than his master.’ If they persecuted Me, they will also persecute you. If they kept My word, they will keep yours also. But all these things they will do to you for My name’s sake, because they do not know Him who sent Me.”

  3. says

    On a temporal, physical level, the most immediate and practical way to help people like this girl, is to contribute to groups like ‘Open Doors’, ‘Voice of the Martyrs’ and ‘The Barnabas Fund’.

    In the longer run, we can keep on patiently working away with a view to educating our co-religionists and our fellow citizens, wherever we are, and our religious leaders and political leaders, about the apostasy law of Islam, and about the all-pervasive suppression of freedom of conscience and freedom of religion and freedom of speech within Muslim lands, so that our countries can adopt much more sensible immigration and refugee/ asylum policies, and much more sensible *foreign policy*.