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Pakistan: army intelligence officer abducts young Christian woman

Catholic World News - May 02, 2011

Sehar Naz, a 24-year-old Christian woman who works in the insurance industry in the northern Pakistani province of Punjab, was abducted and repeatedly raped by an army intelligence officer, according to the Fides news agency. The officer threatened to arrest her parents if she discussed the rapes and said “that it is easy to book Christians in any case,” according to the Fides news agency.

Police have not arrested the officer, whom Naz has identified.

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