Imam's daughter in hiding after her*conversion to Christianity*

The daughter of a British imam is living under police protection after receiving death threats from her father for converting to Christianity.The 31-year-old, whose father is the leader of a mosque in Lancashire, has moved house an astonishing 45 times after relatives pledged to hunt her down and kill her.The British-born university graduate, who uses the pseudonym Hannah for her own safety, said she renounced the Muslim faith to escape being forced into an arranged marriage when she was 16.She has been in hiding for more than a decade but called in police only a few months ago after receiving a text message from her brother. In it, he said he would not be held responsible for his actions if she failed to return to Islam.Officers have agreed to offer her protection in case of an attempt on her life.Last night the woman said: "I'm determined to live my life the way I want to because I should have that freedom in this country.


Yet the British government thinks Michael Savage is a problem. :rolleyes:


Robert Spencer and Pamela Geller too.

She should seek the aid of the EDL.




If you knew what the EDL are actually about, you wouldn’t say that. Most Brits consider them to be very bad news.


I totally agree with you…they have a thuggish reputation…they are racist…they want to keep britain white so anybody who is not white or born in britain the EDL wouldnt like at all…they certainly wouldnt help an asian muslim convert to christianity…with the reputation the EDL have id hate to think what they would do to her if she went to them for help…


Rather than pretend that there is no problem, and banning anyone who points out that there is a problem, maybe it would be a better solution would be to move the dad either back to where he came from, or for a long stretch in jail. Moving the daughter 46 times is getting ridiculous.




Praying for this young woman, may God grant her safety and peace of mind, and may He open up the hearts of her family members to the grace and truths of Christianity. Amen!


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