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    Kidnapped Swiss Christian Freed Amid Mali's Unrest . Rebels release Beatrice Stockly as country forms transitional government. ISTANBUL, April 27 (CDN) — Separatist Islamist rebels released a Swiss Christian woman kidnapped by a private militia on April 15 amid political turmoil in Timbuktu, Mali, according to a Swiss foreign ministry statement. Armed members of the militant Islamic group Ansar Dine handed Beatrice Stockly to Swiss diplomats on Tuesday (April 24), Reuters reported. Before rebels captured Timbuktu on April 1, most Westerners had reportedly left due to fears of being kidnapped and passed on to Al-Qaeda cells. The terrorist group's North African branch, Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), has been holding Westerners for millions of dollars in ransom payments from previous kidnappings in recent years.
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    Kidnapped Swiss Christian Freed Amid Mali's Unrest. , a Christian social worker in her 40s, had refused to leave Timbuktu, 705 kilometers (439 miles) northeast of the capital, when it fell to Tuareg rebels and Islamist extremists. She was in good health "considering the circumstances," according to the Swiss foreign ministry statement. The Tuareg are a nomadic Berber people and are the main indigenous inhabitants of interior Sahara in northern Africa. Ansar Dine militants took custody of Stockly after a shootout with an unidentified private militia that had seized her and wanted to sell her to AQIM. Ansar Dine, which has imposed sharia (Islamic law) in areas under its control in the north, then handed Stockly to the Swiss government without demanding a ransom, according to Agence France-Presse. Stockly is reportedly safe in Burkina Faso.
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    Kidnapped Swiss Christian Freed Amid Mali's Unrest. Following an army coup on March 22 and political chaos that ensued, Tuareg separatists and Islamist rebels captured the country's vast desert north, calling it the Republic of Azawad. The devastation amid the conflict has driven nearly 260,000 Malians living in the northern regions of Kidal, Gao and Timbuktu to seek safety in the south and surrounding countries, according to sources. The International Criminal Court in the Hague, Netherlands in an online statement on Tuesday (April 24), said it may launch investigations into crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in Mali, including killings, abductions, rapes and conscription of children. Among those who fled the north are hundreds of Christians, most of whom have found shelter in the capital, Bamako, in southern Mali. Local sources estimate about 300 Christians have fled to Bamako.
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    Kidnapped Swiss Christian Freed Amid Mali's Unrest. Local churches are working together to care for them, but an area Christian told Compass by phone that the Christians had to leave their homes and properties and are "empty-handed." "There have been difficulties for Christians in the north," said the source, a Malian. "All of them have left that region for the south. By the grace of God, there were no deaths. Everyone is safe. But it is difficult for those who left their homes. They have many needs. We don't know if the situation will continue, but we are hoping for the re-establishment of peace." The Christian said he had not heard of any Christian being beheaded. The source requested anonymity, pointing out that various extremist Islamic groups are active in the area and surrounding countries. He said that revealing his name would lead to harassment of churches with which he is affiliated, especially at a time when the government's power is substantially weakened.
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    Kidnapped Swiss Christian Freed Amid Mali's Unrest. He asked for prayer for all displaced Malians and for peace in the north. "We don't want violence," he said. "We want a spirit of well-being between all the people groups of Mali... [pray] that a government will be put in place and take things in their hands in good governance." On Wednesday (April 25), leaders appointed after the military junta agreed to stand down finally formed a transitional government that includes three army representatives, according to Al Jazeera. One of the new government's greatest challenges will be to resolve the crisis in the north.
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    Muslim Mob Kills Wife, Children of Christian in Pakistan. Fearing local religious leader, area police refuse to file murder complaint. ISLAMABAD, Pakistan, July 8 (CDN) — A Muslim mob in Jhelum, Pakistan murdered the wife and four children of a Christian last month, but local authorities are too afraid of the local Muslim leader to file charges, according to area Muslim and Christian sources. Jamshed Masih, a police officer who was transferred 50 kilometers (31 miles) from Gujrat to Jhelum, Punjab Province, said a mob led by Muslim religious leader Maulana Mahfooz Khan killed his family on June 21 after Khan called him to the local mosque and told him to leave the predominantly Muslim colony. Jhelum is 85 kilometers (53 miles) south of Islamabad. "You must leave with your family, no non-Muslim has ever been allowed to live in this colony -- we want to keep our colony safe from scum," Khan told Masih, the bereaved Christian told Compass.
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    Muslim Mob Kills Wife, Children of Christian in Pakistan. Masih had moved to Mustafa Colony in Jhelum with his wife, two sons and two daughters and were living in a rented house. Masih said that a Muslim neighbor, Ali Murtaza, told him that area Muslims notified Khan, telling the religious leader, "We cannot allow these non-Muslims to live here, they will be a bad influence on our children." An anxious Masih told his wife Razia Jamshed about the local Muslim response, and they decided to bring their concern to the pastor of a local Presbyterian church, Saleem Mall. "Pastor Saleem said, 'I will also advise you to vacate the house, as it can be dangerous living there -- these people can harm your family," Masih said. Masih's neighbor, Murtaza, confirmed to Compass the response of the local Muslims and related incidents that led up to the murders. Murtaza told Compass that after Masih went to work at 7 a.m. on June 21, his children could be heard singing hymns before breakfast.
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    Muslim Mob Kills Wife, Children of Christian in Pakistan. "Razia sent their eldest son to buy a packet of Surf [detergent], and he was singing a hymn on his way to buy the Surf," Murtaza said. Neighbors saw Masih's s 11-year-old son come into the store, he said. The shopkeeper asked him if he was a Christian; the child responded that he was. "The shopkeeper refused to give him the packet of Surf and spoke very harshly to him, 'I don't sell to any non-Muslim, you are not welcome here, don't you dare ever come to my shop again,'" Murtaza said. The boy went home, upset, and told his mother about the encounter; she grew worried and called her husband, saying, "Jamshed, please come home quickly, the kids and I are very worried, we must leave this house today," Masih said.
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    Muslim Mob Kills Wife, Children of Christian in Pakistan. His neighbor, Murtaza, said that shortly afterward some area residents came to the door with the Muslim religious leader, Khan. "Your son has committed blasphemy against Muhammad, our beloved prophet -- we can't allow him to live, he should be punished," Khan told Razia Masih, Murtaza said. "Razia got scared and said, 'My son couldn't do such a thing, he is only 11 years old.'" Khan became furious and said, "Are we lying to you? You call us liars, how dare you insult us," Murtaza said. "Someone from the crowd hit something hard on her head, and she started bleeding. The children started crying and shouted for help. Razia kept shouting for help, 'Please have mercy on us, please let my husband come, then we can talk.'"
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    Jamshed Masih said his daughter telephoned police as the mob attacked his wife and children. He said he later learned that "the people kept shouting, 'This family has committed blasphemy, they should be killed." Before police arrived, his family was murdered, he said. Murtaza said Masih rushed home and was devastated to find the dead bodies of his wife and four children. When Masih tried to file a complaint against Khan for the murder, Station House Officer (SHO) Ramzan Mumtaz refused to do so, according to Murtaza and Mall, the Presbyterian clergyman. "He said, 'Khan is an influential man, and he said your son has committed blasphemy -- we cannot do anything against him,'" Mall said. Murtaza added, "The SHO just said, 'I am a poor man, I have a family, and I was pressured by higher authorities not to register the FIR [First Information Report] as Khan is a very influential man. I am sorry, I don't have anything in my hands.'"
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    Muslim Mob Kills Wife, Children of Christian in Pakistan. Contacted by Compass, SHO Mumtaz confirmed that he responded to the request to file the complaint against Khan in these exact words. Masih has filed a complaint with the chief minister of Punjab Province begging him for justice, Mall told Compass. "We condemn this brutal murder of innocent children in the name of Islam," Mall said. "This has to stop now. We appeal to the government to let us live in peace."
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Updated5/14/2012 9:54 PM GMT
 
Kidnapped Swiss Christian Freed Amid Mali’s Unrest
Rebels release Beatrice Stockly as country forms transitional government.
ISTANBUL, April 27 (CDN) — Separatist Islamist rebels released a Swiss Christian woman kidnapped by a private militia on April 15 amid political turmoil in Timbuktu, Mali, according to a Swiss foreign ministry statement.


Armed members of the militant Islamic group Ansar Dine handed Beatrice Stockly to Swiss diplomats on Tuesday (April 24), Reuters reported.


Before rebels captured Timbuktu on April 1, most Westerners had reportedly left due to fears of being kidnapped and passed on to Al-Qaeda cells. The terrorist group’s North African branch, Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), has been holding Westerners for millions of dollars in ransom payments from previous kidnappings in recent years.


Stockly, a Christian social worker in her 40s, had refused to leave Timbuktu, 705 kilometers (439 miles) northeast of the capital, when it fell to Tuareg rebels and Islamist extremists. She was in good health “considering the circumstances,” according to the Swiss foreign ministry statement.


The Tuareg are a nomadic Berber people and are the main indigenous inhabitants of interior Sahara in northern Africa.


Ansar Dine militants took custody of Stockly after a shootout with an unidentified private militia that had seized her and wanted to sell her to AQIM. Ansar Dine, which has imposed sharia (Islamic law) in areas under its control in the north, then handed Stockly to the Swiss government without demanding a ransom, according to Agence France-Presse. Stockly is reportedly safe in Burkina Faso.


Following an army coup on March 22 and political chaos that ensued, Tuareg separatists and Islamist rebels captured the country’s vast desert north, calling it the Republic of Azawad. The devastation amid the conflict has driven nearly 260,000 Malians living in the northern regions of Kidal, Gao and Timbuktu to seek safety in the south and surrounding countries, according to sources.


The International Criminal Court in the Hague, Netherlands in an online statement on Tuesday (April 24), said it may launch investigations into crimes against humanity and war crimes committed in Mali, including killings, abductions, rapes and conscription of children.


Among those who fled the north are hundreds of Christians, most of whom have found shelter in the capital, Bamako, in southern Mali. Local sources estimate about 300 Christians have fled to Bamako. Local churches are working together to care for them, but an area Christian told Compass by phone that the Christians had to leave their homes and properties and are “empty-handed.”


“There have been difficulties for Christians in the north,” said the source, a Malian. “All of them have left that region for the south. By the grace of God, there were no deaths. Everyone is safe. But it is difficult for those who left their homes. They have many needs. We don’t know if the situation will continue, but we are hoping for the re-establishment of peace.”


The Christian said he had not heard of any Christian being beheaded.


The source requested anonymity, pointing out that various extremist Islamic groups are active in the area and surrounding countries. He said that revealing his name would lead to harassment of churches with which he is affiliated, especially at a time when the government’s power is substantially weakened.


He asked for prayer for all displaced Malians and for peace in the north.


“We don’t want violence,” he said. “We want a spirit of well-being between all the people groups of Mali… [pray] that a government will be put in place and take things in their hands in good governance.”


On Wednesday (April 25), leaders appointed after the military junta agreed to stand down finally formed a transitional government that includes three army representatives, according to Al Jazeera. One of the new government’s greatest challenges will be to resolve the crisis in the north.



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