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Contact Admin. In each case, the family of the woman says she was abducted by a Muslim who wished to convert her to Islam and marry her. All of the disappearances have been reported to the police. However, their families allege that they have often been met with inaction or indifference.
Some have even claimed that members of the police force were involved in the disappearances. Lamie, a mother-of-two from Qalyubia Governorate in north-eastern Egypt, had gone to work at the Civil Status Authority in Banha but never returned, according to her husband, Bahaa Girgis. She blocked this person on Facebook.
When she did not return home, nor answer her phone, her husband started calling relatives and friends, but none knew where she was. She likes Christianity and she is very religious. She loves me and her sons very much; she cannot be away from us. Whenever she returns home after work, she rushes to our sons and hugs and kisses them and tells them how much she missed them. Four days later, on 12 April, Girgis went back to the police station to ask for an update.
She has a strong relationship with God. She is very religious, meek and humble. She loves her family, her church and religion so much. Girgis Zaki, from St. Another recent case involved a year-old girl whose mother, Kawther, was the alleged victim of a kidnapping ten years ago. According to her family, Kawther was forced to convert to Islam and change her name after she was filmed naked and threatened that the video would reach her relatives.
Then on 15 April, Briskam attended school accompanied by her grandfather. However, when he went to collect her from school in the afternoon, he could find neither Briskam, nor her classmate. A second-year student of Sohag University took a tuc-tuc from in front of her house in Tahta, Sohag Governorate, in the early hours of 10 April.