Sunday, July 21, 2013

Nada's Escape

A few days ago, we looked at the unspeakably sad stories of two young girls, aged fifteen and eight, who had been forced into devastating, ultimately fatal "child marriages" by Mohammedans in Afghanistan and Syria.  We've seen these cases before, and for every such story recounted in the Western press, there are undoubtedly countless others that go unremarked and unlamented throughout the Muslim world: such is the nature of Islam, the most heartless and brutal "religion" in human history.  But every once in awhile, by the grace of God, a child escapes.  Here is Nada Al-Ahdal, a courageous and bright eleven year old from Yemen, who fled her family to escape an "arranged" (i.e., forced) marriage:


This is no spoiled Western "tween" running away from home because she doesn't enjoy cleaning her room. Nada was truly fleeing a fate worse than death, and perhaps death itself. The plight of her peers in Yemen is sadly chronicled in this story from the Daily Mail. 

God bless her and those who protected her, and it is our prayer that she find shelter, love, happiness, and a long life, far from the clutches of the "religion" that exalts and practices pedophilia and murder, in emulation of their demon-possessed "prophet" Muhammad.  It is also our prayer that she finds ultimate liberation and joy by discovering and receiving the Lord Jesus Christ, the true living and loving God. She is pictured below with her uncle, who probably jeopardized his own life by offering her sanctuary.

1 comment:

  1. Wow. How can you not admire that girl? I pray she and her uncle would find peace in Christ.