When NGOs save children who don’t want to be saved

When NGOs save children who don’t want to be saved An interesting article by Neil Howard, from Al-Jazeera.   The Guardian recently featured a heart-rending story about children rescued from trafficking in Togo, paralleling a previous story on the same subject in Benin. Both reports painted a picture that will be familiar to many: ruthless employers exploiting the innocent; parents... Continua »
aprile 28, 2017

Indigenous children of Bangladesh at risk of forced religious conversion

Indigenous children of Bangladesh at risk of forced religious conversion There is an alarming presence of forced religious conversion of indigenous children at the hands of radical Islamists in Bandarban. Muslim fanatics seduce underprivileged families with scopes of a better education and lifestyle for their children, and forcefully convert the children in madrasas in Dhaka without their parents’ knowledge. Over... Continua »
aprile 20, 2017

60-years-old Arab weds three poor indian muslim girls in a row

60-years-old Arab weds three poor indian muslim girls in a row Hyderabad, India: In 10 minutes of one another, Afreen, Farheen and Sultana were married. To a stinking rich 60-year-old sheikh from the Emirates. Mohammed Baquer Khan had gifted the girls “poor parents” – all staying in the Kalapathat slum in the old city of Hyderabad – Rs 10,000 each (130... Continua »
novembre 6, 2016