Egyptian Christian Girl, 13, Abducted By Muslims

H/T Fjordman


(AINA) — On December 23, 2012, 13-year-old Agape Essam Girgis from the village of Nahda, el-Ameriya, near Alexandria, went to school as usual. Failing to return home, the family knew that she went out of school accompanied by the Muslim social worker Heba and two teachers, one of the them a Salafist. She stayed missing for 9 days during which the family and sympathizers organized a sit-in in front of the renowned Alexandria Library. The Coptic Church in Alexandria also organized a conference on December 30 on the abduction of Coptic girls, with focus on Agape, which was attended by journalists and the public.

On December 31 state security contacted Bishop Pachomios and told him that they have the kidnapped girl. She was handed over to her family and the church priest where she stayed with his family for some time due to the terrible ordeal she experienced during her abduction.

Bishop Pachomios said in an aired interview with Al Balad TV that what happened to Agape is “heart-breaking.” He said that she went in a taxi with her school’s social worker Heba and two men, and that she was drugged and awakened to find herself in a secluded place with an elderly woman. He said that after she returned home he spoke to her and she said that the Salafists tried to convert her to Islam.

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3 thoughts on “Egyptian Christian Girl, 13, Abducted By Muslims

  1. Scumbags. One day they will be brought to justice, in all likelihood at the end of a rifle barrel, and then it will be their turn to see their own children abducted!
    The children will be liberated and deprogrammed of any Muslim behaviour. Muslim kids need to be re-educated and safely kept far away from the filthy cult of Islam.

  2. I wish more people were aware of this continued crisis, unfortunately the left refuses to broadcast any story about Christians being abused.

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