The father of two girls, who had been abducted and raped by Muslims, was told to forget them. Pakistani police refuse to investigate rape of Christian and Hindu women and their forced conversion to Islam.
The Masihi Foundation of Pakistan reports that two Christian girls of the Punjab region of Pakistan were abducted, raped and forced to convert to Islam. The human rights advocacy group reported that the two sisters, Rebbecca Masih and Saima Masih, were kidnapped in Jhung the district of Faisalabad by a gang of Muslim men.
As explained by their father, Rehmat Masih, a few days ago a wealthy local businessman, Muhammad Waseem, had previously warned that he wanted to marry the two girls, then threatened to kidnap them and convert them by force. Rehmat went to the police to file a complaint, but they did not take action. On May 24 the two girls were waylaid while returning from the market, and men kidnapped and threw them in a car owned by Waseem.
Rehmat rushed back to the police. The officers, after completing the investigation, said that "there are false accusations against Waseem