Just like with the false charges of “Islamphobia” and staged “crimes” in America and across the world, Muslims are notorious for fabricating crimes in order to get what they want out of the legal system.
In a ridiculous case coming out of Uganda, Muslims accused and had a Christian pastor arrested for kidnapping and ritually sacrificing a Muslim girl in order to get her to convert to Christianity in spite of the fact that the woman in question is alive and openly said she sought refuge with him after she told her family that she wanted to be a Christian and her father attacked her:
Police in eastern Uganda on Sunday (Feb. 26) arrested an evangelist after a Muslim accused him of kidnapping his adult daughter, who had taken refuge with the Christian after leaving Islam, sources said.
In an effort to defame Hassan Muwanguzi and stir up Islamist sentiment against him, Nghangha Mubakali accused him of kidnapping and making a human sacrifice of his daughter, Muwanguzi told Morning Star News by phone from his jail cell. He said Namusisi Budadu Biryeri, 21, had taken refuge with him after her father beat her for putting her faith in Christ in 2015.
“I brought Namusisi into my house after receiving messages that she was badly beaten, and that she needed support due to her newly founded faith in Christ,” said Muwanguzi, a lay leader with the Church of Uganda. “But now I am falsely charged and being threatened by many Muslims who want to kill me because of the message that has gone all over that I am kidnapping and sacrificing people’s lives in the name of converting them to Christianity.”
A former sheikh (Islamic teacher) widely known in the area – and long persecuted – Muwanguzi said he was at his home in Kabuna village, Budaka District leading a Bible study with former Muslims when he saw a group of armed police officers enter his compound at about 10 a.m.
“One told me, ‘You are under arrest because of kidnapping and sacrificing Namusisi Budadu Biryeri,” he said. “I was not given time to say anything, but there and then they pulled me out of the house and handcuffed me, then took me to Budaka Central Police Station.”
Officers held him there for one hour, and then took him to Tirinyi police station and filed a case against him, he said.
“Reaching there, they told me to make a statement,” he said. “I told them that the alleged sacrificed girl is still alive, and that she is at school doing a tailoring course in Mbale town.”
On Monday (Feb. 27), several police officers began investigating the charges. Detective Ismail Mabonga, a police assistant identified only as Agaba, a detective identified only as Sgt. Bisaso, and a Nauyo Police Officer-in-Charge identified only as Tai in Mbale took Muwanguzi and Biryeri’s father to the training center where Mubakali’s daughter was studying sewing.
Find Biryeri alive, the officers questioned her about her faith, and she replied that she was no longer a Muslim.
“My father mistreated me when I converted to Christianity,” Biryeri told police. “I was beaten badly and then sent away from home, and Hassan Muwanguzi housed me.”
Biryeri said she was beaten and expelled from home the same day she received Christ, Nov. 12, 2015.
Though police saw that Biryeri is still alive, as of this writing officers were still holding Muwanguzi in custody. Morning Star News did not seek comment from police as it was deemed that it could lead to mistreatment of the Christian in custody.
Mubakali declined to comment on the case to Morning Star News. His daughter said she heard him say to Muwanguzi, “We are going to fight hard until we destroy everything you are doing.”
Muwanguzi, a married father of six children ranging in age from 2 to 14, expected police to release him soon, but he said the kidnapping charge could remain or later resurface.
“I need a lawyer in this case and government protection,” he said. “I also need support for food and accommodation or shelter at this trying moment.”
Several other persecuted Christians have taken refuge with Muwanguzi as their lives were in danger for having left Islam, he said.(source)